Lost Lake and Glasss Records Present
"2 OUTS" an electronic songwriter gathering ft.
Pearls and Perils, Mirror Fears, And I, Keldari Station, church fire, Gold Trash, EVP, Panic Priest, Blackcell, Strange Powers, Lady of Sorrows, Juniordeer, $addy, eHpH, Nighttimeschoolbus, Luxary Herse, Voight
Doors: 3:00 pm / Show: 3:00 pm
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.
Pearls and Perils
Written, produced and performed by Pearls and Perils (Synth, programming, bass, drums, guitar, xylophone, vibes by: Liv Perez) unless otherwise noted.
Mirror Fears is solo experimental electronic performer Kate Warner from Denver, CO. Bright vocals infuse modern dark ambient arrangements with a haunting, reflective intimacy
Keldari Station is a synth duo based in Denver, CO comprised of Darren Douglas Danahy: Keyboards, Guitars, Voice, Programming/Sequencing and
Kelley Donovan: Samplers, Synthesizers, Signal Processing, Melodica, voice
Darkwave distorted witchy luminous synth- noise-pop electronic duo based in Denver, Co.
GOLD TRASH is electroclash gold from Amanda G.(princess dewclaw) and Vahco (demoncassettecult).
E V P is an experiment of electronic music tropes re-contextualized as symphonic pop music.
Death, sex and doomed romance. Panic Priest is the project showcasing the Darkwave-centric songs of singer / songwriter / multi instrumentalist Jack Armondo (My Gold Mask). A combination of self produced home recording and in-studio polish, aided and abetted on record by friends and guest musicians alike. Centered around Jack’s deep crooning vocals while weaving together dream-like guitars and synths, Panic Priest creates midnight melodies that won’t soon leave your memory once dawn breaks.
Lady of Sorrows
Toby & robin make music together.