Flashbulb Fires, I Sank Molly Brown
3295 S Broadway
Englewood, CO, 80113
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is all ages
In early 2009, a group of friends got together and started writing music. Eventually, they decided to call it DEERPEOPLE. Over the following year, they refined the songs by playing house parties and small local venues in Stillwater, OK where the audience could be right on top of them. In addition to playing shows with Oklahoma's own Evangelicals, Starlight Mints, Mayola, The Uglysuit, Sherree Chamberlain and Jesse Tabish (Other Lives), they were invited to headline the Opolis stage at the 3rd annual Norman Music Festival in Spring 2010. The DEERPEOPLE EP was recorded at Trent Bell Labs with Trent, who has engineered many stand out projects including last year's re-imagining of The Dark Side of The Moon by The Flaming Lips. Upon completion, the EP was released independently.
Known for their distinctive brand of emotionally rich American indie-rock, Flashbulb Fires has a genuine conviction to push the boundaries of popular music. The Denver band’s knack for combining dynamic song structures with beautifully magnetic arrangements is instantly recognizable, while their live show is immediately captivating, blending polished artistry and raw electricity. With an energy akin to the Arcade Fire and lyrical sketches reminiscent of Pedro the Lion and The National, Flashbulb Fires’ music is both evocative and meticulously crafted.
I Sank Molly Brown
"In the same way the world has embraced the work of great thinkers like Plato, Socrates, Tolstoy and Tolkien, the world will soon respect the work of I Sank Molly Brown. Their labor and success in the fields of metaphysics, numerology, quantam mechanics and massage has been unparalelled in their generation and even their species. Indeed, they could have stopped with their highly respected thesi, 'The hermanutic contextualization of Geddy Lee for the layman' and 'A jugga-wugga observed', but (praise be) no! they continue on, even into this late hour, primitive tools in their hands, improving the human world with their song of science and passion."
--Dr. Jeremy Withersfield, PhD, Oral Roberts University.