Comic: Four Colorado jazz legends you should know

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By Noah Van Sciver. Bigger images are below.
Editor's note: Each week, illustrator Noah Van Sciver asks a Colorado band or musician four questions and then draws their conversation. Sometimes he does other stuff. We call the resulting comic "4 Questions: Comic Strip Interview" either way, for some reason. You can see more of Van Sciver's work and even buy it on his website.

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The best advice Carrot Eater Music has ever heard

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All illustrations by Noah Van Sciver
Editor's note: Each week, illustrator Noah Van Sciver asks a Colorado band or musician four questions and then draws their conversation. We call the resulting comic "4 Questions: Comic Strip Interview" because we have no use for obscurity. You can see more of Van Sciver's work and even buy it on his website.

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Black Lamb's non-medical cure for depression: "Sex or drugs or rock and roll."

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All illustrations by Noah Van Sciver
Editor's note: Each week, illustrator Noah Van Sciver asks a Colorado band or musician four questions and then draws their conversation. We call the resulting comic "4 Questions: Comic Strip Interview" because we have no use for obscurity. You can see more of Van Sciver's work and even buy it on his website.

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Grease Pony on solitude and selling out

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All illustrations by Noah Van Sciver

Editor's note: Each week, illustrator Noah Van Sciver asks a Colorado band or musician four questions and then draws their conversation. We call the resulting comic "4 Questions: Comic Strip Interview" because we have no use for obscurity. You can see more of Van Sciver's work and even buy it on his website.


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You'll have to work until you and your shit life end: An uplifting comic

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All illustrations by Noah Van Sciver
Editor's note: Each week, illustrator Noah Van Sciver asks a Colorado band or musician four questions and then draws their conversation. We call the resulting comic "4 Questions: Comic Strip Interview" because we have no use for obscurity. You can see more of Van Sciver's work and even buy it on his website.

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The Good Gracious comic interview: "I can give you the notes, but I can't give you the courage"

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All illustrations by Noah Van Sciver
Editor's note: Each week, illustrator Noah Van Sciver asks a Colorado band or musician four questions and then draws their conversation. We call the resulting comic "4 Questions: Comic Strip Interview" because we have no use for obscurity. You can see more of Van Sciver's work and even buy it on his website.

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Ned Garthe on stupid ways to end up in jail: Comic

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All illustrations by Noah Van Sciver
Editor's note: Each week, illustrator Noah Van Sciver asks a Colorado band or musician four questions and then draws their conversation. We call the resulting comic "4 Questions: Comic Strip Interview" because we have no use for obscurity. You can see more of Van Sciver's work and even buy it on his website.

This week, our subject is "Denver's sonic wizard" Ned Garthe. Iggy Pop and jail time are involved.

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