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Photos: PANTyRAiD at the Fillmore with NiTGRiT, Project Aspect and Miraja, 11/19/11


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PANTyRAiD at the Fillmore | 11/20/11


Well, it's safe to say that

Marty Folb and Josh Mayer

successfully raided the Fillmore's panties last night. Debuting their new stage set-up, created by a Denver based design group, the mysterious duo brought their heavy, glitched-out hip hop and bass music to Denver, showing us all how to get sexy on a cold night. Were your panties raided? Check out some highlights from the scene last night, and then check out the full

PANTyRAiD at the Fillmore

slideshow.



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