By The Denver Egotist / / In early December, Denver-based artist Thomas “Detour” Evans unveiled pieces from his new series Art and Decibels at Cold Crush Lounge. Each piece in the collection featured technology that transformed the paintings into instruments for DJs, music producers and other attendees. With the backdrop of Denver’s urban music scene, the collection featured prolific Denver-based hip-hop artists and iconic hip-hop instruments as subject matter. Here’s a look at how it all came together. Video by Eazy Media.
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