My friend and Denver-boy done good TJ Miller recently released a ridiculous, tongue-in-cheek rap album called the “Extended Play EP.” If you didn’t get the joke in that title, stop, read it again, then proceed. It should tell you all you need to know about what to expect in this album. The 41 tracks are all fucking insane but perhaps my favorite is TJ’s love-letter to his home town, “Denver.” Of course TJ filmed a bunch of music videos for his album and I was pleased as goddamn Mile High Punch (Coors with a lime in it) to participate in the filming of the video. The illustrious, Ichabod Crane-like Nix Brothers filmed it and dare I say, they’ve outdone themselves. If you’re aware of the work of the Nix Brothers you know this is no small statement. If you’re not aware of the work of the Nix Brothers go ahead and suck y’own dick. The video, while hilarious, is a tribute to my city – alebeit a bizarre one. But in Denver, The Little City That Could, it just seems to fit. This city constantly searches for an identity – the search is half the fun – and a schizo tour through its haunts via TJ Miller is as good a take as any. “Denver” the music video was premiered at a sold-out Red Rocks last week and people lost their minds, applauding wildly at every location change. It was awesome. I love this video and was proud to be involved. Hope you enjoy. Shout-outs to all the great Denver comics in the video, and to TJ, the Nix Brothers and Andy Juett for making this thing happen. East, East, Angels, Hey-lo-lo, Hey lo-lo, Hey!