A Lull Ticket Giveaway

Written by  //  January 9, 2012  //  Music, Music in Brief, The Conservatory  //  No comments

Six-piece avant-pop outfit A Lull released their debut LP, Confetti, on Mush Records last May, and now that they’ve flown the coop from their native Chicago to bring their music on the road, you have the chance to see them this Friday at Denver’s own Hi-Dive. Better yet, your exalted status as a Donnybrook reader qualifies you to snatch up some of the free tickets we’re giving away. A Lull’s energetic, percussive music promises to be great in a live setting, so email somethin’ nice to GoDonnybrook@gmail.com now to get a hold on these free tix!

Below, check out the awesomely strange video for “Weapons For War,” the opener of their 2011 album Confetti:

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Thaddeus Q.Q. Bonham-Coddington

Thaddeus Q.Q. Bonham-Coddington is a gentleman who enjoys repetitive music, lap steel guitar, that grunt Rick Ross makes before he starts a verse, long instrumental buildups, the video for “Take Time” by The Books, blue notes, rappers talking about “eating up MCs,” four-part harmonies, and the song “Randy Described Eternity” by Built to Spill.

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