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Music Video Casting

Music Video Casting

Would you like to do something special for your lover? Ever considered surprising your special someone with a singing telegram? Custom Singing Telegrams is offering a handful of Denver area lovers the unique opportunity to gift their significant others a singing telegram, free of charge. What's the catch? Singing telegram recipients would be filmed for the purposes of an Orange peel moses music video. If you think your lover would be thrilled about being ambushed for the purposes of a music video, send an email to yello@orangepeelmoses.com describing the nature of your relationship (including 3-5 pictures), amount of time you've been together, specific locations (office, park, workplace, house, hospital, restaurant, etc.) where you would want to surprise your lover (getting permission to film there would be essential), along with a link to expressive video footage of the proposed recipient with “Music Video Casting” in the subject field by Monday, October 29.

Let’s make something worth sharing:)

Graphic Designer Wanted

Graphic Designer Wanted

Citric Acid Records is on the hunt for a graphic designer to design and layout artwork for an upcoming Orange peel moses single release. Interested candidates can email a portfolio or website link to yello@orangepeelmoses.com 

Singing Leprechaun

Singing Leprechaun

Know someone who was born on St. Paddy's? Wanna embarrass someone just for the fun of it? Check out the Irish-ish singing telegram that Orange peel performed at Webroot a few years ago:)

Envision Festival in Costa Rica

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Envision Festival in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a biodiverse place. Five percent of the world's plants and animals call the relatively small Central American country home. Still, you'll rarely see a zebra in Costa Rica—especially since the government announced plans to shutter its public zoos in recent years. Envision Festival attendees experienced an exception last Sunday morning when a quad stilt version of the stripey African steed ambled through the crowd during Random Rab's sunrise set, climaxing on stage with a game of Pin the Tail on the Zebra beneath the sizable driftwood jaguar above. Image courtesy JB Photography.

READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE

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