February is the month of love. For music lovers, the calendar at Temple Denver is fantastic. With the first phase of headliners announced, this is sure to be a banging month! Peep the shows and deets below.

Kutski: February 2nd

Opening the stage, Kutski is playing on February 2nd. Known for his U.K. hardstyle and hardcore sound, the DJ and producer has certainly kept busy. He has played BBC Radio 1 and QDance Radio in addition to hosting his own podcast, Keeping the Rave Alive. His most recent episode, #563, is absolute fire.

Slushii: February 4th

No stranger to Denver, Slushii is returning to the Mile High City on Saturday, February 4th. An L.A. bass music producer, he’s known for high-energy EDM. His track “We’re Falling,” released last year, is absolute gold. Slushii’s concert season is just warming up. He will play Sunset Music Festival in Tampa at the end of May.

Callie Reiff: February 9th

The youngest DJ ever to perform at Webster Hall is hitting the Temple Denver stage on Thursday, February 9th. Callie Reiff, a New York producer, is known for her indie pop vibe and unique sound. If you want a sneak peek of what to expect, check out her song “Crash Into Me,” which dropped last year. It’s an absolute banger!

Pretty Pink: February 11th

Traveling from Germany, Pretty Pink is performing on Saturday, February 11th. Spinning tech and deep house sounds, she is an absolute master behind the decks. Besides performances, she hosts a weekly radio show called “Deep Woods.” It’s well worth checking out.

Lilly Palmer: February 12th

Afterhours Anonymous is bringing Temple Denver another special Sunday show headlined by Lilly Palmer on February 12th. Hailing from Amsterdam, Lilly Palmer is bringing that raw techno sound. To get a sneak peek of what to expect, head to her SoundCloud and check out the set recorded at the “Hertz Chamber” that came out last month.

Open Art Night: February 16th

Head to Temple Denver a little earlier than usual and you’ll be able to catch the Open Art Night in the Mirus Gallery. Bring a small setup and make art with other locals, check out the local art on display, or get down to beats. The event goes from 7:00-10:00 PM!

Koven: February 16th

Transform is bringing Koven to LVL on February 16th. This project is by U.K. producer Max Rowat and U.K. vocalist Katie’s Ambition. Together, they make some of the filthiest drum and bass. Their track “Lions,” which came out last month, is drum and bass gold.

Imanbek: February 17th

Imanbek is coming back to Denver on February 17th. Hailing from Kazakhstan, he rose to fame with his “Roses” remix, which won him a Grammy for “Best Remixed Record.” He has kept busy since his win. Imanbek’s electro house anthem “Ocean of Tears” with DVBBS dropped last year and is absolute fire.

Kill Script: February 23rd

On February 23rd, Kill Script is hitting the decks. This Dutch producer is bringing the techno heat. Kill Script works on his Advisory Radio show when he isn’t performing. If you want to listen to some of his bangers beforehand, make sure to check out the remix of the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s track “Heads Will Roll” that dropped last month.

Öwnboss: February 24th

Öwnboss is bringing the Brazilian heat to the stage at Temple Denver on Friday, February 24th. This house producer knows how to make banger after banger. His remix of Dimitri Vegas’ “The Drop” is a masterpiece. Right now he is on tour, with Temple marking an intermediate stop and the last being back home in Brazil.

Ship Wrek: February 25th

Ship Wrek, AKA the captains of the club, are bringing the party to Temple on Saturday, February 25th. This L.A. duo are known for their electro-pop and high-energy dance music. Their song “Metaphysical,” released last year, is a dance music anthem!

Lucy: February 26th

This month we get a double dose of Afterhours Anonymous. On February 26th, they’re bringing Lucy to Temple Denver. He is no stranger to the music scene. He has been spinning techno for over a decade and founded his label, Stroboscopic Artefacts, in 2009. One of our favorite of his tracks is “Wanton Witch 9 (Nervous Burial),” which dropped about a year ago.

Temple Denver February Wrap-Up

These fantastic artists on the calendar have us obsessed with Temple Denver this month. Get your tickets now and catch the artists you love. Head to their website to snag them and check out the rest of what Temple has to offer.

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