I’ve been on a huge Late Night Radio kick recently and pulled up this older track of the Denver native. Showcasing some sick sampling and some heavy drops, this up and comer proves again why he is making noise in the glitch hop game…
Flosstradamus may be known for their hood-influenced trap bangers, but on their newest remix they serve up a different sound that channels some of the vibe that has been coming out of Australia in recent months. While it is different for this duo, it does prove that they can do more than just “turn up” …
The newest original mix for upcoming producer Garth Vader who livens up a Monday with a heavy electro-house banger infused with a little Melbourne bounciness. Who needs to wait for the weekend?!
EDM perpetual prankster and moombahton powerhouse Dillon Francis releases a new remix ahead of his upcoming studio release. This track gives fans a hint of some of Francis’ new sounds, with an upbeat electro house vibe. Give it a listen!
If you know anyone who was at the Ogden Theater last night, you probably heard about the incredible performance Break Science put on for the Colorado crowd. The PLM members had more than a few tricks up their sleeves, including a full-live setup featuring an impromptu superjam of sorts with several of the members of the funk band Lettuce.
The Shady Horns and Eric Krasno enhanced Break Science’s already insane set by adding incredible play on the saxophone, trumpet, and electric guitar. An added cherry on top was the Denver debut of Manic Science, where the Break Science fellas brought out Manic Focus to drop some glitch hop bangers.
Overall, an unbelievable night filled with some of Break Science’s old and new jams showcasing their electro-soul production style. Bummer you couldn’t be there right? Don’t worry, Break Science is coming to a city near you so be sure to check them out! Still want more? Break Science just dropped a new mixtape so be sure to give it a listen!
This Thursday, Break Science (Borham Lee and Adam Deitch) are brining their unreal live set to the Ogden Theater in Denver, CO. Anyone who has seen Pretty Lights’ live set has experienced the sheer awesomeness that Break Science can bring to the keys and drums. This Thursday’s show will kick off Break Science’s fall tour and they are showing Colorado mad love with a 3 night run throughout the state. With their see-it-to-believe it take on a live EDM show, Break Science is sure to have the crowd rockin’ on Thursday. Get tickets now to avoid missing out on this amazing live performance!
Wisconsin hip-hop/bass production guru Artifakts drops his newest sample of downtempo, bass-heavy instrumental glory. Bump this as the leaves start changing and the temps start dippin… #gobadge
Made in Heights drops their newest track, Ghosts, which features Sabzi’s unique bass production with Kelsey Bulkin killing it on vocals per usual…
The producers who have ties to the Pretty Lights Music label tend to always create some of the most unique and soulful sounds in the game. Today, we have a new collab between PLMs Eliot Lipp and longtime CO Steez ambassador Michal Menert, which features that signature glitched out sampling and sultry beats…
This past Saturday the Sweaty team finally got to check out a group that we’ve been super pumped to see live, Bass Physics. The duo, comprised of A.P. Adair and Luke Sims, have been one of the most exciting new sounds out of Colorado and after seeing them perform live at Boulder’s Fox Theater we can see why they are generating so much buzz.
Their set was an excellent showcase of their unique sounds and overall take on what a live EDM performance looks and feels like. The two seamlessly mixed countless genres and tracks together to create a performance that moved fans up, down, and everywhere in between. Arguably the most intriguing part of their set was the incorporation of live instruments, including A.P. shredding the guitar and keyboards. It was awesome to see the organic addition of live instrumentation to bring their set to the next level and help separate them from some of the other movers and shakers in the EDM scene.
After making a splash last year, this performance proves that Bass Physics is poised to make so serious moves in 2014. Make sure to check their tour page and catch B.P. next time they roll through your town!