LIPGLOSS | Mike Barnhart's B-Day Bash & Flare Crohn's Benefit | Free tix to The xx and Marina & The Diamonds
608 E. 13th Ave.
Denver, CO, 80203
Doors 9:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
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.
People say DJ Largechild plays all the good music you forgot that you loved. He got his first set of tables back when he was a kid and has been on them everyday since. Not only is he a DJ, but he is also a classically trained Pianist, a real man of many talents! His love and knowledge of music as enabled him to DJ events with artists like Snoop Dogg, Talib Kweli, Gang Starr, Binary Star, Pharoahe Monch, Del tha Funky Homosapien, Mix Master Mike of The Beastie Boys, DJ Z-Trip and The X-Ecutioners to name a few.He also has several major events and club residencies under my belt such as The Winter X-Games (Aspen, CO), Shag Lounge (Denver, CO), The Basement (Denver, CO), The Goose (Boulder, CO), The Walnut Room (Denver, CO), Casselman's (Denver, CO) Loyal Brothers (Glenwood Springs, CO), BETA (Denver, CO)...He can not be contained to one genre of music.He loves to spin Underground Hip-hop, original mashups, Old Skool, Dance, Soul, Funk and just about anything else you can think of.He is currently working with Under Armour and Monster Energy as a music producer and consultant for the companies to help create and produce content for their sponsored athletes.His ambition will ensure his influence in the industry for years to come.His own personal motto: "The more that you love music, the more music you love"
DJ Largechild has been heard all over the U.S. From Las Vegas to Los Angeles, Aspen to Denver, & Whistler, B.C. to Maine…not to mention, mixing it up at parties for companies such as Burton, Monster Energy, Under Armour, Target, Red Bull, Volkl Skis and Akomplice Clothing. DJ Largechild is currently one of Colorado's most versitile DJs and is not to be missed.
House / Melodramatic Popular Song / Techno