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Candy Warpop & 710 Visuals performance 11/2015

Candy Warpop recently put on a righteous show at 11th Street Records in Downtown Vegas and invited us to throw light at them. We happily obliged, and here’s some of the results!
Josh, their guitarist, was a bit under the weather but still managed to do an excellent job of it. He even threw in a pretty rad solo later on!
“Exterminating Angel”

“Transcendence”

“Mecca 888”

“Sunday in Hell”

Josh’s solo, as promised!

“Pigs” by Candy Warpop.

“Wild Boy”

“White Rabbit”, cover of the song by Jefferson Airplane.

“March of the Pigs”, NIN cover.

All around great night an an excellent show!
Hope you enjoyed the photos & videos, thanks for stopping by!

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Las Vegas: Electric Coronation w/710 Visuals @ the Womb Room 2015-10-03

And to the headlining band, Electric Coronation!
This highly talented group was celebrating the release of their album, so naturally 710 Visuals had to bring the lights for this momentous occasion.
Electric Coronation is comprised of: Joshua Chévere Cohen & Brian Gathy – Guitars, Assorted Trickery Ethan Gathy – Synth Torture Ramy Almerie – Percussive Time/Space Manipulation

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Las Vegas: 710 Visuals performance at First Friday 2015-10-02

Oh, Photo Bang Bang, I should write a love ballad to thee.
The photo gallery/studio/event center/stage/lounge/artistic haven is a bustling hub of creativity that brings people of all types together. Lying on the outskirts of the official First Friday event, there is a lot of foot traffic that filters through, but on other days of the month the venue still attracts musicians, photographers and make up artists.
As 710 Visuals, Antho and I have been collaborating with them for several months now and are always happy to participate. 

With such an inviting frontage, who could blame people for being curious?

Antho rocking his fancy new tie-dye shirt we picked up at a thrift store in Boulder City. 🙂

The rooms are divided into themed sets, offering a wide array of options for photo shoots. 
It’s really pretty cool, each corner of the room has a completely different look!

The Life is Beautiful festival had wrapped not long prior, so the boys behind Photo Bang Bang moved one of the art installations to the performance area. 
Stacks of TVs with different “motivational” quotes glued to their screens with static (or other media, more on that later) playing behind them…

Time for the show!

 All in all it was a great evening!
Does your area do anything similar?