Ravenscoon The Ogden Theatre

It’s no secret that Denver loves bass. We are absolute suckers for an insane sound system and visuals accompanied by, of course, the filthiest of drops.

Though there’s always plenty of bass to go around, certain shows stand out as the best of the best. One of those took place last Friday and Saturday. This past weekend, Ravenscoon brought his two-night special event to The Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado. Each night had a theme, the first being “Wave Night” and the second being “Rage Night.”

The energy did not stop the whole night.

Friday, March 8th, he kicked off the weekend with the former. Opening up the night was a back-to-back between Djedi and w/out. Djedi is the co-owner of vibe.digital, which specializes in “the best in emotional bass music” and his set perfectly implemented this idea. His music mixed with w/out’s own unique style of bass made for a really special way to start the night.

Next up, KTrek and REMNANT.exe came out for their b2b. KTrek specializes in everything deep and dark, and REMNANT.exe brings his own cyber-futuristic vibes to the table. Together, their set felt like a look into the future between the music, energy, and visuals.

After the two incredible opening back-to-back sets, brothel. donned the decks at the Ogden next. brothel. was a real treat to see in Denver before he embarks on his international tour with Skeler and others hitting stops such as Poland, Austria, Hungary, and Germany. This tour, which brothel. describes as “a mix of dark, sexy sad boy vibes” combines lots of his original music and loads of collabs. It was great to see what he had in store for us on the special night.

The audio and visuals for this night were unmatched.

For direct support, we got to witness the one and only barnacle boi set the stage before the main event. barnacle boi is also a part of the European tour with brothel. and Skeler. He has been gaining lots of popularity in the last few years all over the world, but in Denver especially. Between opening for lots of iconic artists and playing all-night after parties, the Bass Capital has definitely welcomed barnacle boi with open arms.

All the openers played phenomenal sets, but nothing compared to the moment Ravenscoon stepped on stage. Thanks to what was said to be the largest Hennessy Sound System setup ever installed in Denver, the bass immediately rattled the entire audience the second the music began. If you stood close enough to the stage, you could feel every organ rattling inside you for the entire performance.

The set itself was an incredible mix of unreleased music, Ravenscoon original favorites like “Drowning” and “Dissolve” as well as lots of other music from iconic artists like Jade Cicada, Eric Prydz, Dank Frank, OkayJake, and many more. All of this was accompanied by insane “wavey”-style visuals and a top-notch sound system. And of course, his set included a special tribute to the late CharlestheFirst, an artist who had a lot of impact not only on Ravenscoon but the entire bass music community as a whole.

The lasers added to the incredible visual experience.

This night was a truly memorable one for Denver, the bass music family, Ravenscoon, and all of the other talented artists who performed at the Ogden. If you didn’t make it out, don’t worry! Ravenscoon and many of the others have lots of other dates set already, and lots of new music is sure to come our way soon.

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