SHIFT Thursdays At Cervantes In March

Electronic music lovers are in for a treat this March. Five SHIFT Thursdays at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom will showcase an array of artists. This month, start your weekend early! Tickets from $10 to $20 offer a vast variety of music. The double-sided venue stacks its SHIFT evenings with both well-known and up-and-coming artists. Ultimately, the dual-venue is Denver’s most unique.

Check out all of the upcoming shows below!

March 10th: Tech House Nigh

Guz and Offaiah headline Cervantes on March 10th. Prepare for a night of masterful tech house! Opening the night is Stereo Nine of Denver House Music. Headliner Guz hails from the Netherlands. His sound started as a small studio project before blowing up with the massive single, “Dancing Kinda Close.This past week, he’s been performing in London with Toolroom Records. Represented by the Sink or Swim Label, Guz will bring full-on party vibes to Cervantes. Check out a clip of one of his past sets here!

He’s joined by Offaiah of the Defected label. The DJ has more than 400,000 monthly Spotify listeners. Offaiah grew up in East London. Considered a phoenix-from-the-ashes story, his stage name is a play on the words “all” and “fire.” He’s been producing hits since 2000. His debut, Trouble, was one of 2016’s biggest dance records. A helicopter crash in 2017 took the artist out of commission for a bit, but the DJ is back on the scene in full force right now. His most recent single Up All Night is out now. Don’t miss this frontrunner of progressive house music.

March 17th: VCTRE + A Whole Lot More

March 17th continues stacking the eclectic SHIFT music collection. This night, see multiple artists on both sides of the venue! This will be an evening of signature dub and dance blends. VCTRE and Sumthin Sumthin headline the Ballroom. These two have a recent song together, check out Flutter. VCTRE pops off with his guttural bass and boisterous swagger. Get hyped for special guest Saka! Saka brings bass music from Hong Kong. Click here for Saka‘s song with Sumthin Sumthin, Damage.

Simultaneously, see Somatoast, Drrtywulvz, Dillard, and Quite Possibly perform on the Other Side. Somatoast takes listeners on a “multi-instrumental voyage through wacky circus dance music, expansive jazzy nuances, and left-field sound design.” Drrtywulvz brings his take on glitch and psydub music. Check out his newest album here.

March 24th: Black Carl & Player Dave

Next on March 24th, Black Carl and Player Dave headline. Hailing from Alabama, Black Carl has opened for Boogie T, Liquid Stranger, and more. He offers neurotic bass, both classic and progressive. Player Dave is an innovative artist from San Diego. Check out his latest release, Dumb.

Additionally, Oakk and Chmura are the featured guests. Performing first is Chmura from Vermont. This month, Chmura is performing in Salt Lake City, Dallas, and Denver. Don’t miss this popular artist’s set! Then, all the way from Canada, comes Oakk. He’s a master of blissful, organic tunes.

March 31st: Zeke Beats Digital Death Tour

Finally, the Zeke Beats Digital Death Tour closes out on March’s Shift Thursdays. Zeke Beats‘s new EP came out last month, check it out here. He blends hip-hop and grime into signature bass. The talented Australian musician is playing eleven shows across the U.S. this year. If you’re a fan of Blunts & Blondes or Shanghai Doom, you’ll love this headliner. Huxley Anne supports with her unique sound. She mixes abstract hip-hop, heavy bass, experimental electronica, and textural ambiance. Anne opened for Nghtmre and Slander‘s Alchemy Tour. This DJ is also a famed creative director. She’s directed videos and sets for Vince Staples, Migos, and Kehlani. Check out her creative video work here!

Cervantes and River Beats offer a plethora of amazing electronic music this month. From local Colorado talent to European stars, every artist is a master of unique sound. If you’re out of state, SHIFT Thursdays are well worth a trip to Denver.

Grab your SHIFT tickets here!

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