Saturday night turned into one big joint-effort between Megan Hamilton, Cofresi and Bass Physics. You don’t always get to see all the artists on a lineup participate in one another’s sets, but Cervantes is a venue where the evening spread is set up family style. The camaraderie between all the performers was certainly apparent, going on and off stage to jam out with one another all throughout the night. Despite it being a busy festival season, everyone came prepared to deliver brand new music and the crowd ate it up, always leaving room for more.Read More
“The Village Hidden in the Bass is a community-driven promotional company. We select talent from our pool of DJ’s/producers out of our nearly 2300 Facebook members. People audition for the opportunity to perform at our resident show, The Shinobi Sessions. This event is held at the Black Buzzard underneath the Oskar Blues Brewery near the 16th st. mall.”Read More
Chicago transplants based out of Denver, Kyral and Banko have been making waves in the bass music scene for the last couple of years, most notably their “Focus EP” which saw release on UZ’s Quality Goods imprint last year. Their new single ‘Scovie’ with fellow Denver producer Mport really shows their diversity into the experimental bass realm. With crazy bouncing percussive leads, into huge resonant basses with wonky counterparts, Scovie is sure to set some venues on fire like the worlds hottest pepper, The Carolina Reaper.