March 3, 2011
Greetings to you this March and may the mass changes around us move you into your dreams. This month, symbolic insight productions presents textures ambient showcase, featuring live performances by Bright Birds and Brocken Spectre on Sunday, March 13 at 7 p.m. at The Gypsy Housecafe, 1279 Marion St. Denver. These two local sound artists are both very active performing live and releasing new music and we are very excited for their textures debuts.
http://www.myspace.com/textures and find us on facebook
The fifth annual transistor sound art festival is NOW accepting submissions for those acts interested in performing at this years events. http://transistorfestival.com/submissions.htm
If you are interested in taking part of 2011's festival send us an email to email@example.com and include the following information;
1) Name of the project / act
2) Name of each member in the project (*please specify anyone under 21 years of age)
3) Websites & links to music posted online
4) Brief description of your genre (4-5 words)
transistorfestival.com - find us on facebook.
Here is a little info about our 2011 transistor festival venues.
The Walnut Room, 3131 Walnut St. Denver (21+)
The Walnut Room is Denver's premiere American-Pizzeria, serving up great food, affordable drinks, and today’s best live music. Our intimate concert venue has become a second home for the best local entertainment, as well as some of the hottest national touring acts, including Howie Day, Gavin DeGraw, The Flobots, Jewel, Chris Isaak & The Fray. The Walnut Room has been voted Denver’s "Best Small Venue" by Westword Newspaper & The Denver Post. http://www.thewalnutroom.com/
The Walnut Room Pizzeria, 2 Broadway ave, Denver (all-ages)
The intimate setting provides the perfect arena to enjoy a slice of your favorite ingredients: mouth-watering flavors, refreshing beverages, and a friendly atmosphere. http://www.thewalnutroom.com/venue
The Gypsy Housecafe, 1279 Marion St. Denver (all-ages)
Situated on the southeast corner of 13th Avenue and Marion Street, it isn't just the place to get some of the best chai in town and relax in a calming bohemian setting. On the second Sunday of every month, it also hosts Textures, a showcase for underground ambient music and sound art from around the country and beyond. http://www.gypsyhousecafe.com