Lost Lake, Denver Psych Fest (Synesthesia), UMS, Denver Open Media & Desert Daze Present


DeCollage, King Eddie

Tuesday, 6/19

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10 - $12

This event is 16 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.

JJUUJJUU is a rotating ensemble of domestic & international collaborators, wrangled by Los Angeles based musician, Phil Pirrone. He began his career as a touring musician at the age of 15, playing bass. In 2011, Pirrone borrowed an SG and a DL4 and began his exploration of recording looped based music. He later brought song ideas to life with the rhythmic companion of friend and then collaborator, Andrew Clinco (aka Drab Majesty mastermind Deb Demure). Around the same time Pirrone launched the Moon Block Party and Desert Daze festivals, and Space Agency Booking. By then, a veteran of multiple bands and several years of touring, he shifted much of his attention and vision to organizing festivals around Southern California and booking North American tours for an artist roster that includes SUUNS, Acid Mothers Temple, Ulrika Spacek, Follakzoid, L.A. Witch, Holy Wave, Imarhan, Khun Narin, and more.
If Salvador Dali’s paintings were music, they would sound like déCollage. déCollage is a 4 piece psych pop project that has recently shared stages with Of Montreal, Dan Deacon {at Meow Wolf}, Animal Collective, Deerhoof, & played Red Rocks this summer. Their upcoming record, ACTUATOR, is a convergence of the creative struggle and breaking through mental barriers. It’s been recorded four times at four different studios and is set to release late this Spring. Formed in 2009 by Moon Magnet Studio’s ringleader, Reed Fox, déCollage is hardly a four-piece, as over 20 of Denver’s most creative musicians chose to participate on their last album, including members of Rose Quartz, Sound of Ceres, Ancient Elk, Rubedo and many more. déCollage released their third full length on Misra Records/Sub Pop Licensing, it peaked at #16 on the CMJ Radio Electronic charts (and charted #20-35 for 5 weeks). It's what Impose Magazine describes as "A kaleidoscopic avant-pop anthem from the grandchildren of Elephant 6." Their shows are theatrical, free-spirited parties; interactive to the point the audience gets doused in space blankets and mapped moon projections include live footage of the audience. People dress up for their shows and a giant oyster made by one of Flaming Lips & Miley Cyrus's costume designers, Natalie Wetzel, dance in the crowd with a slew of other costumes. Reed’s lyrics navigate our fragmented, post-modern world through metaphysics, surrealism, abstraction, and most of all wonder! déCollage is interested in sounds for their own sake; in this way their music is World, the world of sound, the world’s sound.
King Eddie
King Eddie is a Denver-based psych rock & VR multimedia project fronted by Jay Mars. The band’s new album, Holographic Universe [Moon Magnet Records] uses Virtual Reality as a metaphor for self-delusion. Facing a grave family illness immediately after the birth of his daughter, Jay navigates this duality through a sort of zen futurism to ask: if reality is maya, or illusion, can we create our own hologram?

Jay relocated to Denver from Detroit to begin sessions for King Eddie’s second album, Holographic Universe, in 2016. The album debuted this winter on Colorado Public Radio’s Open Air with a brand new lineup including bassist Velvet Adams, guitarist Benjamin Buttice, drummer Linton Wright, and keyboardist Kevin Netz.
Venue Information:
Lost Lake
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80206