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Buy Tickets: www.spreadthewordfest2015.com Spread the Word Music Festival is pleased to announce its third annual extravaganza, happening this year at Quixotes True Blue on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015. Featuring 14 of Colorado's premier up-and-coming bands on 2-stages, the festival is sure to turn some heads and shake up the CO music scene. Music lovers of all types will appreciate the variance throughout the festival with styles ranging from rock, jam, funk, reggae, hip-hop and everything in between. Further festival info, tickets, and news is available at www.spreadthewordfest2015.com. Spread the Word Fest 2015 is sponsored by Grassroots California, Blackspy Marketing, The Marquee and Colorado Concerts. Music connoisseurs and party people alike will be pleased with the constant music playing on both stages from 7 pm to 2 am. In addition to the 13 bands from all over Colorado, Spread the Word Fest will feature multiple live painters and other visual artists. Festival goers will also find Quixotes True Blue to be the perfect location due to its’ close proximity to downtown Denver, incredible layout of fore mentioned stages, and of course it’s notorious Grateful Dead inspired patio. For updated announcements, videos, photos, music and more, check out Spread the Word Music Festival’s official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/spreadthewordfest. Be sure to get your discount early bird tickets at www.spreadthewordfest2015.com.
Sounds Like: Animal Collective, the Books, The Mars Volta, Frank Zappa, Tom Waits
Label: Empordå Triangle
Bio: If Salvador Dali’s paintings were translated into music, they would sound like déCollage. déCollage is a community of artists and musicians held together by its founding member, Reed Fuchs. Their shows are known for being theatrical, avant-garde, and free-spirited. Artists paint during their set ...See Full Bio
: Got home from Austin psych fest Tuesday and banged out an EP with Champagne Charlie then produced an https://t.co/a2g90MGcAQ
“I have a field recorder I take everywhere and I record all the samples myself because I feel like it’s more personal and sentimental. "The Telos Amaranthine" has a train theme throughout, so there are a bunch of samples of trains that I recorded in Durango and Silverton. I’ve sampled Zippo lighters opening and closing; typewriters and zippers are so much fun to make beats out of. The raddest things I’ve made custom instruments out of include circuit bending and my tongue synth invention.”