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Eptic Melts Faces at the Ogden

Eptic Melts Faces at the Ogden

Janelle Watson

December 2nd, 2019

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Belgium native Eptic, returned to Denver for a Black Friday Bass spectacular. A longtime EDM producer, he has tracks dating back to the late 2000s. He ventures into a myriad of heavy bass genres with themes in space and adventure. Recently, Eptic’s 2016 Overlord EP was released on Zomboy’s label, Never Say Die.

Eptic did not hold back in his return to Denver by bringing a stacked lineup for his Flesh and Blood tour. He brought both local Colorado artists Yoda Popz and Green Matter, as well as heavy hitters AFK and Tynan.

To start the night off, Denver local Yoda Popz came in with a vengeance with a set of all original tracks. A substantial crowd showed up early to head-bang with the up and coming producer. He also played an easy mixture of Future Bass to even out his sound. Green Matter, another Denver based DJ, followed with a set full of deep Dubstep. Green Matter’s team handed out green light toys. The audience immediately became enthralled with this entertainment and managed to add a green hue to her minimal visuals. One of the first songs she dropped, was Blunts and Blondes remix of “Lift You Up” by Zeds Dead and Delta Heavy. Both local artists set the tone for the remaining three artists.

Yoda Popz

Green Matter

Originally, the lineup boasted Oolacile as support. However, Eptic tweeted that there was a delay in his flight to Denver. AFK agreed to fill the slot. Much to the enjoyment of the crowd, the Dallas based producer hit the decks hard with drop after drop. With many throwbacks like Skrillex and Habstrakt’s song “Chicken Soup,” AFK managed to keep the mood both heavy and upbeat. As the sets transitioned into Tynan, the vibes switched back to those deeper undertones. The visuals were kept low as he pushed the crowd to hit the rail with every buildup and subsequent drop.




Finally, the visuals changed to the alien overlord logo signature of Eptic’s brand. The lasers blasted the crowd in a way only possible from the two-leveled viewing at the Ogden. The energy levels only intensified as the headliner played a wide range of benchmark Dubstep tunes. Many trap tracks were thrown in with RL Grime mixed in frequently. Eptic even played his own remix of RL Grime’s “Era.” The visuals were consistent in depicting his space theme, and the decibel level hit the audience with perfect face-melting properties for this type of show.

Overall, Eptic’s Denver stop of his tour did not disappoint for those finding something to do after Thanksgiving. Those Bass fans always in the mood to dance showed their support for both their local talent and some core Dubstep producers. The Ogden proved a perfect backdrop for this event. Eptic once again showed Denver that he knows how to melt faces.

Photos by Emma Rojo

Find Artists On:

Eptic: Facebook, SoundCloud

Tynan: Facebook, SoundCloud

AFK: Facebook, SoundCloud

Green Matter: Facebook, SoundCloud

Yoda Popz: Facebook, SoundCloud

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