Lipgloss | JUNIOR BOYS (DJ Set) | SCI-FI Costume Party | Presented by PBR

Lipgloss | JUNIOR BOYS (DJ Set) | SCI-FI Costume Party | Presented by PBR

Fri, October 26, 2012

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$7.00

This event is 21 and over

PBR Presents: Lipgloss | JUNIOR BOYS (DJ set) & Sci Fi Costume Party

We're excited to announce that we have rescheduled Junior Boys from their canceled performance at the Lipgloss 11th Anniversary. And since they missed the Anniversary, we brought them for the next best thing: our annual Halloween party!

Our Halloween parties always pack out, and with a guest DJ like this it's going to get crazy, so presale is HIGHLY recommended.

Presale is available at: http://www.denver3.com/event/144621/

Sci Fi is the theme. We'll have deals for anyone in costume, and even better deals for those who fit the theme, so start figuring it out now.

See you there!

Junior Boys
Junior Boys
Junior Boys formed in 1999 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Originally a duo of Jeremy Greenspan and Johnny Dark, Junior Boys created a sound that would reconcile their influences. Years of collaboration followed and a demo was produced, but after many rejections and near-misses, they were resigned to being bedroom beat constructors. Soon after, Johnny Dark left the band to pursue other interests. Eventually KIN Records heard their demo at the end of 2002 and commissioned more work from remaining member Greenspan. Hooking up with his engineer, Matt Didemus, he began again, writing more material and pulling an album together.

The first release Birthday/Last Exit came in October 2003 — a four-track EP with a remix by Fennesz which brought them near-unanimous acclaim[citation needed]. The High Come Down EP followed in February 2004 with a Manitoba (now Caribou) remix and word began to spread. Their debut album, Last Exit (recorded at the end of 2003 by Greenspan and Didemus in Hamilton), was released September 21, 2004 on KIN Records. A reissue on Domino featured the Manitoba mix of Birthday, a Fennesz mix of the same track, and a new track.

Junior Boys' most popular track, Birthday, was featured in Sander Kleinenberg's high acclaimed mix CD This Is Everybody Too.

The duo has since embarked on a number of tours with Caribou.

As of 2006, Junior Boys have reappeared with new releases. A remix of "The Loving Sounds of Static" by Mobius Band was released on the Ghostly International Idol Tryouts 2 compilation on March 7, 2006. "Max", a new original song, was released on the Paper Bag Records compilation See You on the Moon! on March 21, 2006. Their second full-length album, So This Is Goodbye, was released in August 2006 on Domino Records.

2007 saw the Junior Boys embarking on a North American tour, and then headed to Europe for numerous festivals, continuing into the summer. The remix EP The Dead Horse EP was released in April containing remixes of tracks from So This Is Goodbye. An iTunes exclusive live EP was also released, reminiscent of a John Peel recording, with four live tracks.

Almost a year after its initial release So This Is Goodbye was re-released as a bonus edition including the original album, and remixes from the singles and the live tracks from the iTunes session.
Hollow aka boyhollow
Hollow aka boyhollow
Hollow aka boyhollow is an old goth that plays music for hipsters, indie-rockers, bass-heads, gays, party kids, trannies, meat-heads, woo girls and even the occasional hippie. He doesn’t believe in writing bios containing a bunch of cliches about what an awesome DJ he is. He’d rather be making you dance.

He is the founder of Lipgloss (est. 2001), Denver’s longest running and most awarded club-night. Lipgloss pulls in over 500 people a week and consistently runs at capacity. Lipgloss was instrumental in - if not arguably responsible for - creating Denver’s indie dance scene. He is also resident DJ at Scumbag Sundays at Shag Lounge and founder and resident DJ of both Girls and Boys Denver and Porn and Chicken Denver.

He has worked with, performed at and produced parties with some of music’s biggest names: Passion Pit, The XX, Girl Talk, Miami Horror, The Juan Maclean, Miike Snow, Yeasayer, !!!, MSTRKRFT, Autoerotique, Figure, Mars Volta, Simian Mobile Disco, Steve Aoki, Bloody Beetroots, Chromeo, Calvertron, Le Castle Vania, Treasure Fingers, VHS or Beta, Le Tigre, Felix Cartal, Fake Blood, Blondie, Interpol, Phoenix, Boys Noize, Crookers, LCD Soundsystem, Guns'n'Bombs, Mustard Pimp, Junkie XL, LA Riots, The Faint, K.I.M. (The Presets), Chuckie, Cool Kids, Muse, Tommie Sunshine, The Klaxons, Devo, The Cars, Toxic Avenger, Daedelus, Snowden, RAC DJ's, The Motherfucking Gaslamp Killer, The Rapture, Airborne Toxic Event, Ghostland Observatory, The Bravery, She Wants Revenge, Mickey Avalon, Electric Six, Paparazzi, Paul Anthony, Bird Peterson, Hot Pink Delorean, Ladytron, Blaqk Audio, Peter Hook (Joy Division, New Order), Tim Burgess (The Charlatans), Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce (The Smiths), Spencer Moody (Murder City Devils), Marky Ramone (The Ramones), Stellastar*, Nadastrom, Anna Lunoe, Keane, Blondie and many more that have fallen into the drunken haze of time.

Currently involved in some exciting production and remixing work with artists like The Chaotic Good and Paul Anthony, keep your eyes and ears peeled for the new movement in Denver’s dance scene. It’s going to be a coup d'état of massive proportion.
option4
option4
Born in Colorado and transplanted to California, Brennen Bryarly, otherwise known as option4, has brought back to Denver a surge of music in every direction a grooving rhythm can go.

Growing roots in California's Bay Area hip-hop, to Denver raves, to New
Orleans' brass instrumented soul, to Texas' live music, and back to
Colorado again, option4 received and reciprocated as his reputation stemmed from a massive expanse of live venues.

Led into original productions by his cinema scoring father, option4's work was quickly drawn on by Girl Talk and DJ Kemistry. Full-scale option4 remixes of classic radio hits were thumping across club dance floors.

Founding Jrumatic Records in January of '09, option4's growing podcast with fans from as many places as he's lived brought fuel to the record
label's fire. Now focusing on the blossoming electronic scene in Denver, option4 is soaking up and churning out the rocky mountain culture with a wide array of local talent.

Signed on by State51 distribution in London, England, option4's debut
single, "Sunset Blvd", was picked up by dozens of music services and
featured on itunes' pan-european new releases page.

A national television appearance with the Dallas Mavericks, and sets
including Monolith Festival's Mainstage or other indie dance acts such as Holy Ghost!, sums up just the short amount of work he has sprinkled in while finishing up with his fast-approaching debut album.
Venue Information:
Beauty Bar Denver
608 E. 13th Ave.
Denver, CO, 80203
http://thebeautybar.com/denver/