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Friday, 3/1 at 6pm -> The Art Of Records II Opening at the Meadowlark, co-curated by Dunn The Signtologist & DJ Low Keyâ€¦Plus, a built-in afterparty at The Solution w/DJ Low Key & Lazy Eyezâ€¦
FRIDAY, 3/1 at 6pm + afterparty from 10pm on-> #TheSolution6 closes out with the opening of the second Art Of Records show, co-curated by Dunn the Signtologist and DJ Low Key, which features some of Denverâ€™s top artists flipping classic hip hop albums covers in all sorts of incredible directions, all while DJ Low Key rocks at all vinyl set of the records that inspired the pieces.Â Last yearâ€™s show at Family Affair was RIDICULOUS (see pics here) and things are shaping even even crazier for 2013, so please join us at the Meadowlark as we recognize and pay homage to the talented assortment of artists that make The Art Of Records such an indelible part of loving music.Â After 10pm, things switch over to The Solution w/DJ Low Key & Lazy Eyez and the party continues on with the best in hip hop & more til 2am, so plan to make a night of it.Â Check out a few pics from last year and more info on the show below. 21+/No cover until 11/$5 after/2701 Larimer St.
Over the last few decades album art has gone from a 12â€ canvases to a 2â€ screens, and thatâ€™s usually the best-case scenario for the often incredible art that accompanies music releases.Â Landmark albums like A Tribe Called Questâ€™s Low End Theory, Nasâ€™s Illmatic and De La Soul is Dead have instantly recognizable covers that are embedded in music and art loversâ€™ psyches forever, but the 12â€ as a canvas has become a rarity in the public eye.Â Everyone from music and art lovers to average people on the street still connect to both the album art and 12â€ format, yet we rarely take the time to honor the truly great ones.Â The Art Of Records is an exhibit that aims to do just that; focusing on the legacy of exceptional art accompanying exceptional music and the idea of introducing both to a new generation.
The Art Of Records combines art, music and tradition to celebrate and honor the rich history and mystique of record cover art, 12â€³ vinyl and the artists that create it (both musically and graphically). Curated by Dunn the Signtologist and DJ Low Key, the exhibit features a series of classic 12â€³ album and single covers re-imagined and recreated by top artists in Denver.Â The 12â€ covers will also be on display and the concept comes full circle with DJ Low Key playing an all vinyl set of the featured records as the nightâ€™s soundtrack.