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    •     6.    Not A Girl to Keep
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    •     8.    Cabin Fever
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4/20/18

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We're a week away from FoCoMX X (April 27th and 28th, 2018), and if you're anything like us you're stoked. It's hard to believe the Fort Collins Music eXperiment has been around for a decade. At this point it's probably safe to say the eXperiment has been more like a runaway success, but not without a lot of hard work by the members of FoCoMA and the assorted volunteers. The sheer scale of the thing is considerable - this year there are over 300 performances in two days. Let that sink in. Venue lineups are always varied and even the most well-planned personal calendar (the website allows you to build your own schedule, check it out at http://focomx.focoma.org) will likely be discarded after you find yourself with a great spot by the bar, or you're suddenly blown away by someone you've never heard of before. That's the beauty of the whole thing. You will start the weekend dead set on seeing five of your favorite bands play, but by Saturday night you'll have several new favorites (and you'll probably be a little giddy off Odell's AMP - a special brew they whip up in honor of FoCoMX). We've played the Surfside 7 the last two years, but this year we are at the Downtown Artery's stage, 9:15 on Saturday. Truly, the lineup is diverse and amazing. Music starts at 1:45 with Noel Thomas, then Emma Marie, then Open to the Hound, followed by Guerrilla Fanfare and then The Lollygags at 6:45. We are then preceded by the meteoric Denver rock duo (and sometimes trio) The Velveteers. They just released their first EP, and it's a slab of fuzzy riffs and catchy vocal hooks with a lovely layer of doom. Seriously can't wait to see them. Then we play. We have a fun cover in store for everybody. Only hint we can give is that the video for the song involved a hawk. After us, Wire Faces. Crip has a standing request to join their band and be their hype man. As in dress up in a bear costume or something and dance on stage all night long since every one of their songs rips. They're a perfect amalgamation of artistic songwriting, technical ability, and powerhouse performance (with a nice dose of weirdness). I think anybody that sees/hears them instantly becomes a fan. After Wire Faces, Jello Biafra's Incredibly Strange Dance Party. Yes, THAT Jello Biafra. Ben remarked one time that The Dead Kennedy's Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables was daily listening for him in his younger years. We hear Jello's set is aptly named, and occasionally audiences will get souvenir vinyl. We consider ourselves so lucky - how many bands can say they've played with The Velveteers, Wire Faces and Jello Biafra in the same night? And that's just one venue on Saturday night. There are 30+ venues showcasing music over the FoCoMX-mas weekend. Trust us when we say you should just volunteer somewhere if you haven't already purchased a wrist band. There are still slots available, view them here: http://focomx.focoma.org/schedule/vol_venues In the meantime, we look forward to seeing you out next weekend!