In the mood for a funky night with an electro-soul vibe? Warm up your winter night and see Maddy O’Neal as she headlines the Ogden Theatre. On December 1st, you can catch her serving the crowd original music with her iconic funky, heavy bass sound.
The Denver-based artist started her career as a self-taught music producer, incorporating elements of hip-hop, funk, and soul into her music. Her creative process often includes chopping samples into drum kits and laying synthesized sounds over a keyboard melody. Growing into her unique sound from music production, O’Neal pursued DJing and has toured alongside other big-name artists such as Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, Griz, The Floozies, Opiuo, and Liquid Stranger.
The electro-soul talent collaborated with bass queen Clozee for their single “Zest Please.” Released alongside a vibrant, animated music video by Kmotion, the song sends listeners through a trippy adventure accompanied by chilling vocals and progressive synth and bass sounds.
In her most recent album Mind Over Matter, O’Neal presents four tracks with heavy bass and spirited movement between them. The album represents the theme of controlling your own reality and allowing yourself to let go just enough to find your perfect flow state. With this theme, the EP encapsulates a trance-like sensation along with chill energy that will leave the listener inspired to sync into their own personal groove.
Maddy O’Neal recently paired up with singer-songwriter Torii Wolf for her latest single “Wide Awake,” released in September. With a catchy buildup of horned instruments and Wolf’s high notes, the beat uniquely blends elements of hip-hop, dubstep and trance.
O’Neal’s music has been hitting heavy with music lovers who resonate with her passionate and genre-bending sounds. Growing greater success and recognition after many years of hard work in the industry, she has been headlining performances across the United States as part of her Mind Over Matter tour. She has performed in several recent music events, including Cascade Equinox, Ursa Major, and Same Same But Different festival.
In a recent interview with MP3 Mag, Maddy O’Neal emphasized that the magic she’s felt from the community has resonated with her music, and how she hopes to keep building that collective energy moving forward. You can catch her at her Odgen Theatre performance alongside opening artists Chmura, JAENGA, Mantra Sounds and CatParty.
Don’t sleep on catching this funky princess at her Mile High Stop. Purchase tickets via AXS.
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