ATLiens started and finished the night strong.

There’s never a shortage of bass music in Denver. Something about the Bass Capital brings the filthiest artists, from riddim to deep dub to everything in between. This past weekend was yet another one for the books. ATLiens brought next-level production to Mission Ballroom in Denver alongside many other incredible artists.

This show took place on Black Friday and was the perfect way to spend a holiday weekend. Though ATLiens are no strangers to Denver, this night was unique because of the stacked lineup that opened up the night.

The production was incredible from start to finish.

First up was High Zombie. Though he’s a Denver local, High Zombie has been growing in popularity in dubstep communities everywhere. With huge festivals like Lost Lands and EDC Las Vegas under his belt, it’s safe to say High Zombie fully deserved to be part of this special night at Mission.

Next, Cyclops and Beastboi took the stage for a back-to-back set. Both of these artists are also Lost Lands veterans and have songs that any basshead will likely recognize, such as “Tear Jerker” and “Too Turnt.” Their B2B set was nice and heavy, and the crowd continued to pour in with high energy despite the cold temperatures outside.

Samplifire B2B Phiso was next on the roster, which made for another heavy yet unique set. Samplifire is at the tail end of his iconic THE FIRESTORM TOUR, and he is showing no signs of slowing down! Phiso has also been hard at work this year, throwing down on countless dates of his “Divergence” tour with Ubur all while continuing to make new music at the same time. Their set certainly delivered for their fans, with lots of headbang-worthy tracks both new and old.

Subdocta and Space Wizard stepped up to the plate for their direct support set. This was one of the most anticipated performances of the night, and it certainly exceeded all of our wildest expectations. Though Denver has had lots of opportunities to see both of these talented artists, a back-to-back between them was a special and unique treat. We got to hear lots of bangers from both artists, old and new.

Subdocta and Space Wizard going in for their legendary b2b.

By the time ATLiens took the stage, the crowd had done their fair share of dancing and headbanging — but the night was far from over! ATLiens came out with lots of pyro, crazy light fixtures, and of course, filthy bass tracks unlike anything we’d ever heard before.

ATLiens is a duo of talented DJ/producers from Atlanta (hence the name). They rose to popularity in the bass scene with the help of big names like Skrillex, RL Grime and many others who have supported their music over the years. They are known for their alien masks that they always wear on stage, as well as their celestial bass music that keeps their fans coming back for more every time.

This masked duo from Atlanta knows how to bring the bass!


ATLiens is sure to be back in the the bass capital sooner than we know it! To keep up with their tour, music, merch, and more, check out the ATLiens website or give them a follow on their social media!

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