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Poster for The Color of Noise

The Color of Noise

Director: Eric Robel Run Time: 145 min. Format: Digital Rating: NR Release Year: 2014

Starring:  The Melvins, Boss Hog, Coop, Ed Fotheringham, Frank Kozik, Helmet, Shepard Fairey, Today Is The Day, Tom Hazelmyer, Unsane

Music Driven presents a special screening of THE COLOR OF NOISE featuring a Q&A with director Eric Robel and Amphetamine Reptile Records founder Tom Hazelmyer (aka Haze XXL), moderated by Noisey’s Fred Pessaro.

The Color of Noise is a full-length documentary about the artist Haze XXL (Tom Hazelmyer) and his label Amphetamine Reptile Records. The film highlights many of the label’s bands (The Melvins, Helmet, Unsane, Boss Hog and Today Is The Day) and visual artists (Shepard Fairey, Frank Kozik, Coop and Ed Fotheringham) through mini bio-pics weaved throughout Tom’s story. The Color of Noise is an exceptional look at the integrity of the American underground starting in the late 80’s through the mid 90’s, specifically targeting forerunners of the grunge movement, the collision of punk rock and printmaking, and beyond.

Before the show, see the latest installment in HAZE XXL’s (Tom Hazelmyer) ongoing exploration of art intersecting music in our upstairs lobby! Prints and records will also be for sale before and after the screening!