Experience Denver DIY: Fifty Videos of Rhino, Glob and Club Scum

As an endcap to the coverage of the tenth anniversary of Rhinoceropolis it is only fitting that we share some video footage of events at the venue. There are far more than fifty videos that you can find on YouTube alone that were shot at Rhinoceropolis, but collected here are some of the better, more representative of those, which display the experience or the bands that played. Included are the mock episode of MTV Cribs with Travis Egedy of Pictureplane and Pete Bell's high school project documentary, the excellent Neon Savant and the Silent Trajectory from 2012 (full disclosure: I appear in part four of the documentary). The sound quality isn't always there with the live footage, particularly not from the videos I shot for my Happy Monkey 7 channel on YouTube. But included are some of the HD footage I shot in the last year and a half. So take a sampling or dive in for the long haul at your leisure. 

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Tom Murphy is a writer, visual artist and musician from Aurora, Colorado. He was a prolific music writer for Westword and a documenter of the Denver music scene.

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