A pyro feature in front of Ganja White Night's Dark Wobble

Ganja White Night brought their beloved mascot, Mr. Wobble, to Red Rocks on May 6th and 7th for Wobble Rocks II. This two-night event was a follow-up to the original series that took place in 2021. Through impressive projections on the rocks, Mr. Wobble danced alongside fans to Ganja’s iconic, wobbly dubstep.

Night one kicked off the event with a star-studded lineup. Plus, new feats of visual production transported the audience into the world of Ganja White Night and its zany characters.  

The Wobble Rocks II Lineup

Fellow Belgian producer R.O. opened the first night. He was the perfect choice to kick off Wobble Rocks II since his collab with Ganja is one of the first tracks on the new album.

Next came LYNY, who has become a sensation since the release of his breakout hit “Noxious.” LYNY honored his beloved track by playing the original, then bringing out Jon Casey to drop his “Noxious” flip. Even more, LYNY faked out the audience by dropping his hit track directly into “Country Riddim” by HOL! (a song that is now an infamous meme thanks to none other than Four Tet).

To round out the lineup on May 6th, Sicaria Sound traveled far from the U.K. to present her classic take on dubstep. Kumarion switched up the tempo to show off his drum and bass chops, including a DnB bootleg of John Summit’s “Where You Are.” Lastly, EazyBaked took the stage to show off an impressive range. The duo traversed many moods, from a downtempo tribute for the late Charlesthefirst to upbeat bangers like Detox Unit’s “Simon Says.”

GWN Presents Unity

Two weeks prior to this event, Ganja White Night dropped their tenth studio album, Unity. The LP was released on their very own label, SubCarbon Records. It features collaborations from some of the biggest names in bass music. The duo, comprised of Belgian producers informally known as Bamby and Erwan, used night one of Wobble Rocks II to show off their new music.

First, their set opened with the intro on Unity: “Infinity” with CloZee. GWN created a cinematic opening with this song’s epic string sections. Another moment from Unity was “Dark Light” with New Zealand duo Truth. This song built up the energy with the killer pre-drop vocal: “What can two men do against a gang with a spaceship?”

Closeup of dubstep duo, Ganja White Night, made up of Bamby and Erwan

While night one explored Unity, GWN never failed to show off their classic wobble sound. They played fan favorites like “Mr. Fix It” with Caspa and “Flava” with Boogie T — a breakout hit from both artists back in 2017. The set went even further back, as far as “Blue Sage” from Ganja’s 2015 Hybrid Distillery, accompanied by a beautiful blue laser show.

Beyond the music, the production was out of this world at Wobble Rocks II. The show featured explosive pyro and animated visuals by none other than GWN’s longtime collaborator My Name is Ebo. Ebo’s famous characters (like Mr. Wobble and Dark Wobble) were both depicted on the screens and projected on the rocks. Fans (otherwise known as “buds”) danced the night away while Mr. Wobble boogied right alongside them. It made for a special and very wobbly night.

Photos by Mike Rampi

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