Things to do in Denver tonight, Feb. 8: Test Kitchen, comics and feminist, transgender punk rock

Hip hop, punk rock and comic books.

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The crowd is illuminated at Queen City Fest at City Hall. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The crowd is illuminated at Queen City Fest at City Hall. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Test Kitchen is back for its second official round of local hip hop at the Black Box, 314 E. 13th Ave.

This week, Damien Madison as G-Slick, Ave Grim, ASM, Taurean M Nelson as Taurean of NDE,  Flow Mane, Daego Gold and Lo-Pez will each get a two-song shot at impressing the crowd and a panel.

For a free look into the future of Denver hip hop, get over there at 9 p.m.


Over at Lost Lake Lounge, 3602 E. Colfax Ave., it’s the right time of week for bingo and show.

Happy hour bingo starts at 6 p.m. and tickets to see Thundercat, Los Campesinos, Tennis and more are on the line.

At 8 p.m., Ludoesmusic and Rotten Reputation take the stage ahead of Flower Crown Me A Queen — “punk rock, feminism, anti-capitalism, and rapist killing anthems coming from a couple of transgender cuties.”

Tickets are $10.


Mutiny Information Café, 2 S. Broadway, is hosting a live recording of it’s Mutiny Comics podcast from 7 to 9 p.m.

Charlie and Jeff LaGreca will be discussing their lives in and out of comic books, their music and how they created their indie comic convention, DINK.

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