Last Saturday's #MusicMasquerade was a huge success! A big thank you to the bands and those that joined us at the rockin' Studio 700 show. It was a good night of music in Boulder and BolderBeat was on hand for the event, detailing the night so you don’t miss a beat. Check back with us soon to hear about Studio 700's next show! Until then, here's our recap:
Everyone's mask game was on point.
Three-piece Noctogon started the night out with a fresh sound for Boulder. Their melody-driven vocals and use of keys over some very heavy guitars lit up Studio 700.
Noctogon getting the party goin'.
Full bar with a masked tender.
Villain Baritone brought the party together, first with their groovin' originals and then with a little help from their friends...
Andrew Sturtz and Hunter Stone shared the stage with the trio, keeping the tunes flowing. Sturtz powerfully crooned the crowd for his entire appearance. The group's rendition of "Sex and Candy" was a sweet treat.
Whiskey Autumn really got people moving! The band has been settling into a more eclectic set recently, and their indie/R&B sounds had the crowd swaying in all the right ways.
The WA boys were a stage-breaking good time (right David?).
Note from Hannah: Ah! Another successful event in the books- we love you Boulder! A huge thank you to Joshua Thomas, Hunter Amabile, Buckles, all of the amazing people at Studio 700, Whiskey Autumn, Villain Baritone, Noctogon, and all of the music-loving, masked souls who came and rocked out with us! The night was a real win for local music and we're so glad we got to spend it with you. Thanks for sharing a show with us Studio 700- DIY game sooo stronggg...
All photos per Hannah Oreskovich. This feature was edited for brevity and clarity by BolderBeat.