Fly July at Temple Denver

This summer, we have been blessed with some amazing concerts, shows and festivals and now we have even more fantastic music at Temple! 14 amazing artists will be hitting the stage this month and we are ready to party the night away with them. With different vibes and sounds every week, there is sure to be something for everyone! 

Rusko July 1st

Kicking off the month is Rusko. He is hitting the stage Friday, July 1st. Born in Leeds, Rusko grew up with the amazing English Drum n bass scene. Bringing that hometown sound with him through music school, Rusko brings his own grimey dub-step vibe over to us. His most recent hit, “Butcher Shop” is an absolute drum n bass banger and we can’t wait to get down with him!

Klingande July 2nd

Following Rusko, Klingande will be taking over Temple Saturday, July 2nd. All the way from France, Klingande will bring the saxy sounds of tropical house with him. His first album “The Album” is full of some amazing house music and definitely worth a listen!

Deerock July 7th

The next week at Temple starts with Deerock, who is getting the party started on Thursday, July 7th. This East Coast producer is mostly known for his “Get Up It’s Gameday” mixes on Soundcloud, but his newest track, a remix of the Chainsmokers’ “High” is absolute fire!

Culture Shock July 8th

Next on the Temple stage is Culture Shock, playing Friday, July 8th. Hailing from across the pond, Culture Shock is no stranger to drum n bass, growing up listening to the genre on Britain’s various pirate radios. He released a compilation of songs earlier this year, but “Recombine” with Sub Focus is our favorite! We are excited to hear him spin!

Niiko x Swae July 9th

Also playing this weekend is Niiko x Swae. This duo will be bringing the heat July 9th. Hailing from LA, this duo recently dropped, “ Save Me” ft. JRM on Soundcloud. It has a real dancey vibe to it and is sure to be a summer anthem!

GLOBAL DANCE FESTIVAL PRE-PARTY: YELLOW CLAW

This Amsterdam duo is taking the stage July 14th for the official Global Dance Festival Pre-Party. The duo’s music is a mix of a wide range of genres and often incorporates elements from trap, hip hop, dubstep, and more. Yellow Claw’s latest Soundcloud track, “Deep Inside” is a heavy, high energy slammer that is sure to get anyone who listens to it pumped up!

Softest Hard July 21st

True to her name, Softest Hard is bringing the hard beats July 21st. The LA producer brings a unique history to her sound. Being Vietnamese-American in Vermont, she always aspired to be bigger than her town. Her song, “La Luz” just dropped back in April and it is a heavy trap banger! 

Bad Girls Club – Hard Candy Burlesque Show July 21st

The Hard Candy Burlesque girls are back July 21st, with their Bad Girls Club. The show starts at 7, so grab some friends and see some bad girls making all the moves, and then head to the main stage for Softest Hard.

Open Art Night July 21st

The Open Art Night is happening July 21st. Come meet and network with other Denver artists. Hosted in the Mirus, bring your artist friends, sip some cocktails and look at the local art. The doors open at 7!

Chapter & Verse July 22nd

Chapter & Verse is bringing the tech house heat July 22nd. Making waves in his UK hometown, Chapter & Verse is a quickly rising tech house star. He just dropped his song, “Taking Over Me” a little over a week ago, and we are loving it!

Sippy July 23rd

Sippy is coming on July 23rd with her Down Under Sound. Don’t be fooled by her appearance. Sippy makes the grimiest dubstep! Her most recent song, “Trippin” actually just dropped today, 6/22 on Beatport and we are OBSESSED!

Wehbba July 28th

This international producer, Webhha is hitting the Temple Decks on July 28th. Since he is traveling all the way from Brazil, you know he will be bringing the heat. He’s an international techno superstar and we are beyond excited for his techno beats!

Party Favor July 29th

No stranger to the party scene in Denver, Party Favor is returning July 29th.This Bass music producer is a veteran in the music industry and always puts on a good show! His song “Spirits Part 1” just dropped on June 17th and it’s another Party Favor banger!

Party Pupils July 30th

Wrapping up the month, Party Pupils is hitting the stage July 30th. LA based, this future house artist is bringing the technicolor neon vibes of LA to the stage. “Renegade” with Big Gigantic is a banger of theirs that came out at the beginning of the year and it absolutely slaps!

July Wrap Up

No matter who you see in July, be sure to make Temple one of your stops! There are tons of fantastic artists playing and it’s sure to be a party this July! 

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Imagine Music Festival: The Wait is Over – Phase 2 Lineup

It has been 2 whole years since we have gotten to experience Imagine Music Festival. The pandemic and Mother Nature can’t keep us away forever and with that, we are stoked to announce the return of Imagine this year. Imagine Music Festival has moved from the Atlanta Motor Speedway to Kingston Downs, an amazing property. Keeping up with the new changes, Imagine is also celebrating the release of the first chapter of their graphic novel, “Tears of a Fallen Star.” With an all new venue, a stacked lineup and the same fantastic Imagine community, this is a festival you won’t want to miss!

Imagine: What’s New

 Going along with the new theme, “A Brave New World”, Imagine Music Festival has found a new home at Kingston Downs. Sitting 45 minutes from Atlanta, Kingston Downs has 5000+ acres of woods, trails, fields, and river access. With the new venue come some amazing new perks. There will now be forest bathing available, a new style of pool and so much more. The camping area has also grown and has a new layout and new entertainment. If you get too hot, you can also hit the lazy river to tube or the Aqua Day Club. There are also tons of new vendors, exhibits and places to eat and explore. If this doesn’t have you rushing to buy tickets, the lineup definitely will.

Imagine: the Lineup

Phase 1 of the lineup has been released and it’s already looking super stacked. To kick off the party, Seven Lions is headlining the pre-party with support by Mitis and more. On the lineup for the festival are Excision, Griz, Kaskade, Gorgon City, Shiba San, SNBRN, and special guest ZHU just to name a few. On top of the main stages, there will also be pool parties at the Aqua Day Club headlined by Kaskade and Adventure Club. The cherry on top is that there are also going to be stage takeovers by the labels Mau5trap, Wakaan, and Ophelia. There are also some super rare b2bs on the lineup including, Borgore b2b Riot Ten and also Boogie T b2b Dirt Monkey.

If Phase 1 wasn’t enough for you, Phase 2 was just announced! Illenium will be playing Imagine, as well as Gorgon City and Said the Sky. Also on the Phase 2 announcement were John Summit, Sidepiece, and Dombresky. LSDream is also going to be getting weird too! If you want some house, Dom Dolla is a set you aren’t going to want to miss. Whether you want bass, sad boi vibes, or some house music, there will be an artist for you to see!  

Imagine: Ticket Details

With a stacked lineup and some amazing new experiences, Imagine Music Festival is definitely worth traveling to. 3 Day GA Passes start at $249, with no fees and only a $20 deposit for a limited time. All GA Passes now include GA Tent Camping and early Thursday arrival. If you want to splurge and make the most of Imagine, VIP gets you express entry into the festival grounds, a VIP club at the main stage, access to the Mermaid Lounge, VIP Pool entry and tons of other perks. For ticket and festival event info, visit Imagine’s official website. This is a festival not to be missed, so grab your tickets now!

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Neon Project: Making Civic Center Park Glow

With the return of concerts and festivals, Colorado has a stacked summer. If you don’t want to travel for shows or festivals, the local spots will be fully stacked with amazing shows! One of these shows is the all new Neon Project, happening June 18th at Civic Center Park. This event is organized and sponsored by Party Troopers, a new production company that started in 2020. This is an all new event with a stacked lineup, so let’s chat about the details.

Neon Project: The Glowing Locals

With 20 artists on the lineup for Neon Project, there will be something for everybody to jam out to. We have 15 local artists supporting the show including: Rage-Bot, Rawkn, Jwubba, Nghtsky, SLWMO and more. These artists all have a unique bass sound and are sure to be a crowd pleaser. Since Denver is the Bass Capital, you know these artists are going to bring the heat and make Colorado proud.

Neon Project: A Glowing Lineup

Also playing Neon Project is KLAXX. The LA-based DJ dropped his latest melodic banger, “The One” featuring NGHTMRE and we absolutely love it! Up next on the lineup is ETC!ETC!  Also from LA, ETC!ETC! mixes that West-Coast hip-hop sound with electronic music to make a fantastic, trap and bass house sound! He has been posting a series of hour long mixes called #NOTMYTEMPO. The most recent two came out about a month ago on Soundcloud and are absolutely sick. We definitely recommend checking them out!

LAXX is also slated to play Neon Project. This British Dubstep producer made waves in the dubstep scene. Bringing that grimey UK sound with him, his set is sure to be heavy and full of headbanging. Arius is also going to be performing. The California couple are definitely super adorable, but don’t get it twisted; their sound goes hard in the paint. Their most recent release, “Death on the Dancefloor” with ZABO is a dope electro house jam and you definitely need to peep it. 

Vultron: A Glowing Headliner

Finally, the headliner for Neon Project is none other than the amazing Yultron. Hailing from California, Yultron has been making music for years and didn’t even start in EDM. In college, he worked with various rock and hip hop artists like YG. Now making all sorts of EDM, Yultron has that same versatility and doesn’t strictly make one genre. His newest track, “Escalate” is sure to be a hard house anthem this summer. So with such a sick lineup, let’s chat about the show details.

The Show Details

On top of the music, there will be several food trucks and vendors there, but please note that there will be NO alcohol sales for this show. It is BYOB and guests are limited to 1 CANNED 6 pack each (no glass allowed). The event goes from 2 to 11 and tickets start at only $40! Bring a blanket and grab a spot in the grass and party with your friends!

Party Trooper NFTs

Party Troopers is doing something cool worth mentioning. They are offering our NFTs as “Lifetime VIP Access Passes” to all future Party Troopers music festivals!  With the NFTs, you’ll be able to access all Party Troopers music festivals as a VIP guest, and come with tons of cool perks. These perks include: VIP parking lots, entrances, camping and viewing areas, fast pass to skip the lines and discounts on the event’s food, drinks, and merch and hotel discounts . But these aren’t even the coolest part.. The NFTs also come with meet and greet privileges for the headliner! They are only releasing 8000 of these NFTs too, so they are pretty limited. They are dropping next month so keep an eye out for them! 

Wrap Up

Bass heads everywhere, be sure to grab your tickets! This is one outdoor bass show you just can’t miss. For more info on the event, the NFTs and to buy tickets, visit the Party Troopers website.

Gridlife: Alpine Horizon Fest: Cars and a Stacked Lineup

Do you love cars, racing, video games, or music? Then we have just the festival for you. Alpine Horizon Festival is taking place this September 9th through 11th. It guarantees 72 hours of jam packed goodies, including car culture immersion, music, camping, and more. This festival has a goal of merging multiple cultures under one badass festival. We all have more than one hobby so why not get to enjoy all of our favorite things in one place? With 14 artists on the lineup and tons of car experiences, this is gonna be a festival for the record books.

Festival Details

 For the car junkies, there will be 100s of racecars, world renown drifters, and car shows.There are also track days available if you want to give your car a run or two. There are three different track options depending on your level of experience and all include both classroom and track sessions.  If you aren’t quite car crazy yet and want to do more than look at cars or drive cars, there is a video-game barcade, rc drifting, a crazy craft drifting course and a killer lineup with music Friday and Saturday. So who all is playing?

The Lineup

With 10 artists playing between Friday and Saturday, this lineup is sure to have something for everyone. Headlining the event is Trippie Redd. He is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. Mostly known for his SoundCloud bangers, he has over 1 million followers on the platform. His most liked song on the platform, “Dark Knight Dummo (ft. Travis Scott)” has gained over a million likes.

Also on the lineup is Sueco. Former beatmaker turned performer. Sueco has grown his rap career successfully, with artists like Offset, Illenium and Trippie Redd collaborating with him. Rap duo City Morgue is also performing. Formed in 2017, this duo has been through the game and back. Their first sold out show was in 2018 and they have only gained more of a following since then.

Lineup Part 2

Next on the lineup is Xavier Wulf. Born in Memphis, based in LA , Xavier Wulf is a founding father in the “trap-metal” genre. During the 2010s when it was just in its infancy, it went hand in hand with BMX culture. Xavier Wulf released his first solo project in 2012, although it wasn’t until the release of Blood Shore Season 1 in 2014 that Wulf started to develop the sound that he’s so well known for.

Up next, Coming all the way from Canada is Night Lovell. First going viral in 2014, Night Lovell is no stranger to fame and notoriety. He has been busy in the studio this year with his song, “Mr. Make Her Dance” that just dropped in April. Alabama rapper Jake Hill is also on the lineup. Most known for his diss track against Jake Paul’s, “It’s Everyday Bro”, his hype sound is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Haarper is also set to perform. Hailing from the Bay Area, Haarper has been on his grind and rise to top. His hard beats and grimy sound have led him to being a trending artist on SoundCloud. Wovvoka is also on the lineup. Getting her name from the shaman who created the Ghost Dance Movement, her music is described as high energy and you know she’s going to bring that same energy level to her set.

Adding some flavor to the mix, Puppet is bringing his punk-pop EDM sound to the festival too. Hailing from Chicago, Puppet is no stranger to the punk and grunge scene. Bringing the sounds from his childhood to the new sounds of EDM, Puppet has a unique sound. Wrapping up the lineup is the band Cliffdiver. Cliffdiver is an elevator emo pop band from Tulsa, Oklahoma. On their first tour since the pandemic, they are beyond excited to perform! 

Lineup Part 3 & Thriller Records Takeover

Lastly, there will also be a Thriller Records Takeover with 4 of their artists slated to play. First up is Call Me Karizma. His new song, “Sad Money” dropped on SoundCloud on May 20th.  His blend of hip-hop and punk music makes him a perfect addition to the lineup. Next on the Thriller Records lineup is Rain City Drive. Formerly known as Slaves, this band is no stranger to the limelight. Their song ,”Talk to a Friend” has over 17 million plays on Spotify.

Also on the lineup is AVOID. They are a band who avoids categorizing their sound into one genre. Known for being edgy, wacky and erratic; this is one set you are going to want to see.  Wrapping up the Thriller Records Takeover is Not a Toy. Not a Toy members consider themselves a genre-bending collective versus a rock band. Their new self-titled EP is out now and gaining traction among listeners.

You’ve Got the Lineup Let’s Chat Tickets

So, now that you’ve heard all the cool fun things happening at Alpine Horizon, and you’ve been introduced to the sick and stacked lineup, let’s chat about ticket prices. GA tickets start at $95. It includes access Friday to Sunday. Events included in this event are the Paddock, Barcade, Showcase, and access to the music.

If you want to get fully immersed in the festival, VIP tickets start at only $195. They get you all the GA stuff, plus an EXTRA day. That’s right!!  You will get early access on Thursday. On top of that, you also get a limited edition swag bag, a drift taxi raffle entry, a VIP only viewing area and bar.  There is also camping available. Vehicle camping passes are $125 for the regular sized lots and $195 for the XL vehicle sites that want more than one tent set up. RV passes are also available for only $195.  

Wrap Up

With camping, all things car lover, a barcade and a stacked lineup. This is one festival you just do not want to miss. With something for everyone, this is sure to be a banger! For more info and to purchase tickets, visit the Gridlife website.

Temple Denver: Jumping June

Concert season is here and people are craving live music after not having it for almost two years. Temple Denver is giving the people exactly what they want with a fire lineup for June. Between the fantastic environment and even better beats, these shows are definitely going to be bangers, so let’s get into the lineup.

Montell2099 on Thursday, June 2nd

Starting our monthly lineup is Montell2099. Hailing from Auckland, New Zealand, Montell2099 brings his housey vibes to Temple’s LvL. Montell2099 has been making music since 2010 where he first started making music in his grandparents house. His music has grown since then. He has been playing Summer Camp Festival before coming to LvL, so you know that he is going to bring that same festival energy to LvL.

Kromi on Saturday, June 4th

Next on Temple’s lineup is Kromi. Born and raised in China, Kromi’s music is the perfect blend of tradition and the new age. A former pop singer turned producer and DJ, Kromi is classically trained in music theory. Bringing this knowledge to her house music, every song she makes is an absolute banger. She is one of many new self made artists that are emerging from Asia.

Nostalgix on Friday, June 10th

Bringing the fire to the Friday lineup is Nostalgix. 25 year old Nostalgix hails from Vancouver. This bass house DJ has made quite a name for herself, playing multiple festivals, most recently being EDC just a few weeks ago. If that wasn’t cool enough, she also just dropped her latest high energy single, “My Type” a few weeks ago.  Bringing the same high level of energy to every show, Nostalgix is one show you just can’t miss.

Laidback Luke Saturday,  June 11th

Laidback Luke is a music industry veteran, with over 20 years of music experience under his belt, including being the founder of MixMash Records. Born in Manila and raised in North Holland, Laidback Luke brings his global sound to the main stage of Temple. Known for his dance music, Laidback Luke was nominated for “Best European DJ” in 2012 by the Dance Music Awards.

Tisoki Thursday, June 16th

Opening the weekend in LvL is Tisoki. Born in the UK, now living in LA, this bass house producer and DJ is bringing the heat. His most recent song, “TELL ME” just dropped on the Monstercat Soundcloud on May 9th. Also known for his tracks on the game, Rocket League, this is one producer you know is bringing that energy.

Charles D Thursday, June 23rd

The following week, Charles D is bringing the New York techno heat to Temple. On top of his weekly techno radio show, “Synthesized Radio”, Charles D is known for his chart topping song, “You.” He has most famously toured with Eric Prydz and also had several song releases under Eric Prydz’s music label, Pryda Recordings.

Wenzday Friday, June 24th

Party like it’s Wenzday on the 24th. A bass house DJ from the Bay Area, Wenzday has made waves in the industry. Graduating from Icon Collective Music School, she brings the music theory and knowledge to her wubby house beats. She also has a weekly radio show on Dash Radio, called “Everyday is Wenzday.” She has had several releases under the Insomniac label and helped to co-found the bass label 40oz Cult.

Lucati Thursday June 30th

Wrapping up our lineup for June is Lucati. Coming from the underground rave scene in LA, this house producer and DJ has over 10 years as a performing artist. He helped to co-found Kolme Records. Most recently, his song, “Crowd Go” dropped on May 13th. On top of that, he is also playing Beyond Wonderland Music Fest before crash landing at Temple!

Wrap Up

The month of June has tons of different artists performing at Temple. Whether you are looking for techno or bass house, there is an artist to see at Temple! For more info on these events, visit Temple’s website.

Drum N Bass: 5 Female Artists You Need to Hear

Like most electronic music, drum n bass is dominated by male artists. If you don’t know drum n bass aka Dnb is 160 – 180 beats per minute songs consisting of breakbeats, heavy basslines and synthesizers, you are really missing. Its roots go back to the UK in the 90’s and now has grown into several subgenres. With these subgenres come amazing artists and sounds. Here are 5 female dnb artists you need to check out.

1) Nvrsoft

Hailing from Washington DC, this 28 year old brings the heat. Nvrsoft is signed to AudioPorn Records. Nvrsoft was the first US woman to perform at the renowned London nightclub, Fabric. She is mostly known for her liquid drum n bass. Liquid drum n bass is atmospheric, chill and highly melodic. This can really be heard in her song, “Falling.” She also recently dropped a teaser that she would be making and releasing some new music soon.

Nvrsoft

2) Kyrist

From across the pond, Kyrist has made waves in the Bristol drum n bass scene. Kyrist has wanted to be a DJ her whole life, even going as far as attending a DJ school while she was on summer break from her primary school. With a degree in music production, Kyrist came out swinging. You can hear how perfectly produced her latest track, “Translation” is. It really channels the dark, techy drum n bass she is known for.

Kyrist

3) Mizeyesis

Not only a woman, but a woman of color, Mizeyesis is giving a voice to a whole group of minority drum n bass listeners. From Boston, Mizeyesis believes in music for a cause, with a song featured on “Junglist Resistance” which was an international EP that raised money for various charities. Her Junglist vibe can be heard in her song, “Soundbwoy Haze.” Mizeyesis also announced that she will be visiting Denver sometime in July at a venue to be determined.

Miseyesis

4) Flava D

Flava D is a DJ and producer of almost all bass genres, but her dnb is just absolutely gnarly. Hailing from London, Flava D has been going to dnb bars since she was just a teenager. She is mostly known for her liquid and garage style. Garage is more soulful but still super high energy. It is also known for being heavy while not being aggressive. This can be really heard in her song “Bandicoot”.

Flava D

5) Alion

The last woman on our list has a sound that travels all the way from New Zealand. Alion is relatively new to the dnb scene but her sound has an old Junglist soul. She just got signed to Kaitiaki Records back in January. With the announcement of her new label, Alion also released two new songs, “Square” and “History Repeats.”

Alion

All in all, these 5 women are creating waves within the drum n bass scene. Whether they have a jungle or liquid vibe, they are definitely worth listening to. Let us know what other female artists you are playing.

The Return of Block Party Eagle

After a two year hiatus, Eagle, Colorado is welcoming back the Block Party Eagle! A small mountain town  west out on I-70, Eagle is a laid back town with amazing mountain views! Known for being “Classically Colorado”, Eagle and music festivals go hand-in-hand. Block Party Eagle will take place June 3rd- June 5th in downtown Eagle. With 13 bands and three stages, there will be plenty to see and do. And to end the event, Sunday is designated for a Bloodies and Bluegrass Brunch.

The Lineup

Block Party Eagle boasts 3 outdoor stages to host the 13 different bands on the lineup. Spread out throughout Downtown Eagle, you will get amazing mountain views paired with the perfectly curated lineup.   Currently, they have announced Thievery Corporation, the new band Heavy Breathers (ft. George Porter Jr, JoJo Hermann, and more). Also on the lineup are Ripe, Common Kings, Sam Bush, Keller & The Keels, Eric Krasno & The Assembly, Rebirth Brass Band, Liver Down the River, The Runaway Grooms and Trees Don’t Move. The Bloodies and Bluegrass Brunch has Leftover Salmon performing as well. With everything from electronic to bluegrass and rock, there is something here for everyone’s ears to enjoy. 

New for 2022

There are tons of new things happening at Block Party Eagle this year! For the first time, there will be tent, car and RV camping available at the Eagle County Fairgrounds. Located a half mile away from the festival, this is a great option to keep the fun going after the music ends. Also new for 2022, is the upgraded VIP experience. There will now be a complimentary bar, VIP designated viewing areas, catered dinner each night, VIP tent, and private VIP porto facilities.

Bloodies & Bluegrass

On Sunday, there is an opportunity for the perfect festival send off: Bluegrass, Bloody Mary’s and Brunch. Your Bloodies & Bluegrass ticket grants you access to the full brunch buffet, endless Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas, an open bar, and music performed by Leftover Salmon. This ticket is $119 and separate from the music festival, but makes the perfect add-on to end a perfect festival in a perfect way.

Ticket Details

So let’s talk about the details. The upgraded VIP tickets are $259 and include access to the music on Friday and Saturday along with all the other perks we talked about above. 2 Day GA passes are $129 and include access to the music Friday and Saturday. Camping passes range from $49 to $129. Bloodies and Bluegrass is $119 and gets you brunch, booze and bluegrass. Kids 12 and Under are free in GA, and they have teen passes available. For other travel and ticket information, check out the event webpage. This event looks amazing and is definitely one event you should not miss! 

Temple: Come What May

Concert season is heating up and Temple Denver is bringing the heat to their lineup in May. Bringing their Vegas style club, Temple has thousands of LED lights, a custom surround sound and three stories of entertainment and fun. The lineup details are below.

Borgore 5/6

Borgore is opening the month of May at Temple, crashing the party on May 6th. Born in Israel and now residing in LA, Borgore has a unique sound that helped him become a global dubstep pioneer. Self-described as “Gorestep”, his music mixes triplet drum patterns along with heavy sounds to create his unique vibe. Known for “Decisions” featuring Miley Cyrus, Borgore is coming ready to party and bringing music from his own record label, Buygore with him.

Biscits 5/7

Next on the lineup is Biscits. Traveling from across the pond, Biscits is hitting the decks May 7th. Born in Southampton, UK, Biscits is no stranger to the tech-house scene. He has already played festivals this year, including Beyond Wonderland, so you know he is bringing the heat. He also has a brand new track, “The Judge ” that dropped April 15th. This is one show you don’t want to miss.

Hard Candy Burlesque- Spring Fling 5/12

Come for a night of flirty fun featuring Colorado’s Hard Candy Dancers. A collaboration of professional dancers and pole artists; this body-positive, POC-owned troop is bringing you into a secret garden of good and evil. Some of the exotic flowers you will see look pretty but have a mean bite. So come explore and see our rare flowers in full bloom.

QRTR 5/12

When you’re done at the Spring Fling, come back for QRTR. This Brooklyn badass is hitting the decks on May 12th and she’s bringing her unique sound with her. QRTR is known for mixing various electronic styles with a house vibe. She attributes her unique ear and sound to her previous studies in film, where she was given access to tons of sound libraries.  She just released her latest track, “Minha” on April 15th, so she is definitely going to be bringing that vibe to Temple.

Throttle 5/13

Hitting the decks on Friday, May 13th, Throttle is bringing the heat. This young Australian prodigy was signed to Monstercat when he was just 14 years old. Reinventing disco singlehandedly, he is the only known DJ that has been allowed to use original music from the band Earth, Wind and Fire. On top of reinventing music genres, Throttle has played at many festivals and even toured with the late Avicii.

Elephante 5/14

Saturday is the day for some sweet house music. Hailing from Michigan, Elephante is no stranger to electronic music. Now residing in LA, this Harvard grad can throw down some amazing progressive-house. Elephante is bringing his Heavy Glow Tour to Denver and some of his friends along with him, so this is one show you need to snag tickets to ASAP!

Open Art Night 5/19

Are you an artist looking to connect with other artists over cocktails and amazing beats at an art gallery? Look no further! On May 19th, Mirus Art Gallery is hosting an Open Art night where you can come hang out, connect with other artists and make art. Grab your canvas, flow toys or whatever medium you choose and head down to Temple.

Imanbek 5/20

Friday May 20th, is going to be a real treat. Imanbek will be hitting the decks. We’ve all heard his “Roses” remix, but have you seen it live? This Kazakhstan born producer is bringing the heat to Temple on May 20th. Imanbek is the first Eastern European producer on the Top 5 of the US Billboard Hot 100 list. If that wasn’t enough, he also won a Grammy for the “best remixed song.” Grab your tickets and come hear the heat that Imanbek will be throwing down.

Forte Nights: Airglo 5/28

Wrapping up our month Temple is Forte Nights featuring Airglo.  Held in the Mirus Art Gallery, this drum n bass night is one you just can’t miss. On top of Airglo, Saltee, Saint VII, Ms Toxiic, RumbleJunkie and MC Relyt will also be in the house! This is a stacked dnb lineup! Make sure you wrap up your month with some beats! Get your tickets now! 

Some of these artists are traveling far, but luckily, you don’t have to! For more info and tickets, visit Temple’s website here. 

 Nite Rinse: Bringing Global Electronic Music to Cinco de Mayo Weekend

Nite Rinse, a group of LA-based creatives are back once again for another amazing night of electronic music. In Denver, they are known for their fire underground parties. With past performances from John Summit, Steve Darko, VNSSA and more the lineup is guaranteed to be stellar. 

That said, their parties are more than just music; they are a journey. By mixing art, music and mood, Nite Rinse curates the most visceral and immersive experiences. Their new party is going to be no different. With more lasers, lights, a Funktion One and new stage design, this is one show you will not want to miss! Because of the new production design, Nite Rinse is bringing the heat with the lineup, so peep the details below.

The Who, What, When & Where

To help keep the Cinco de Mayo celebration going, Nite Rinse is bringing Mat.Joe, Cut Snake, and MUUS to Reelworks Denver on May 6th. After its renovation and rebrand, Reelworks Denver is bringing the heat. First, the warehouse space features a custom sound system. It also has visual mapping projectors along all the walls, as well as plenty of dance space. Hosting all sorts of events, this flexible warehouse space is the perfect location for Nite Rinse and their next event. 

 Now let’s chat briefly about the artists. MUUS is a renowned tech house producer and DJ hailing from Chicago. His songs are no stranger to the Beatport Top 100 Tech House lists. Next on the lineup is Cut Snake. Hailing from Australia, this house producer has a versatile sound. His new song, “Skeg Head” that dropped two weeks ago has an indie dance vibe to it. Last but not at all least on the lineup is Mat.Joe. A duo hailing from Germany, these teenage friends have grown their house sound together for years. These three artists are sure to bring fun and fire house vibes to Reelworks!

Wrap Up

If the new production design wasn’t enough to convince you to travel to Reelworks Denver, this fire lineup definitely should. For more info on the event and tickets, click here.

This Month at Temple

Chromeo Astonishing Electro-Funk At Temple

Temple Nightclub is one of Denver’s hottest nightclubs. With a whopping 3-story building, there is an area inside for everyone. The main room holds over 50,000 LED bulbs, making a fully immersive visual experience. Paired with all the visuals is a custom Funktion One Sound System that makes the music sound clean, crisp and full.

Next up is the Mirus Art Gallery. Curated by Paul Hemming, this gallery provides a space to listen to music and get lost in different art and hosts various events, including fashion shows and naughty bingo. Lastly is LVL, the lower level of Temple. A sleek and smaller version of the main room, LVL has stylish columns, a light up floor, a smaller stage and a separate VIP section. With all of this amazing space, you know Temple is going to bring some fire artists. Here is a breakdown of the events going on this month at Temple.

Week of April 4th:

Color of Fashion @ Mirus Art Gallery 4/7: You saw some of these designer pieces back in September of 2021. Now, they are back and available for purchase. With designs from MENEZ, Brooks Luby, Alejandro Gaeta, Hannah Jane, SDVR, Aida Kaas, this is an event that you definitely aren’t going to want to miss. Grab your tickets and start your Thursday off right! 

Nala 4/7:  Once you’re done at the fashion auction, head over to the main stage for Nala. Hailing from Miami, Nala is ready to bring the hottest deep house to Temple’s crowd.

Morten 4/8: After you’ve recovered from Thursday, grab your friends and come back around for Morten on Friday. Traveling from Denmark with his unique electronic sound, Morten is hitting the decks on the Main Stage. 

Green Velvet 4/9: If you still want even more music, come wrap up the weekend with the housey vibes of Green Velvet on the Main Stage.