VCTRE And Sumthin Sumthin Co-Headlines SHIFT Thursday’s
Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom hosts their weekly installment of SHIFT on Thursdays. Each Thursday, Cervantes showcases an array of artists for electronic music lovers. Gracing the stage(s) at this unique dual-venue recently this month include, Guz, Offaiah, and Denver local Krushendo.
On March 17th, both sides of Cervantes were open, creating a special night. On the Otherside, Somatoast, Drrtywulvz, Dillard, and Quite Possibly took the stage. In the ballroom, VCTRE and Sumthin Sumthin co-headlined the evening with support from Saka and Omnist.
Art & Vendors
By the bathrooms, individuals were greeted by vendors selling numerous crystals, jewelry, artwork, and other small items. On both sides of the venue, there were talented live painters creating the perfect divine pieces. In addition, a few people with flow toys, including hoops and poi.
Starting the night off was Denver local Omnist. The floor started to fill up as he played some deep wubs for the crowd to get down to. Just last month, Omnist released a two-track EP, “Expressions” with single “Concrete“. Overall, this up-and-coming artist certainly set the tone for the magical evening. To keep up to date with Omnist, check out his Soundcloud here.
Following right after, was an experimental bass producer and DJ, Saka. Hailing from Hong Kong, Saka has had an extraordinary time so far. With releases via Cyclops Recordings, Gud Vibrations, and more, Saka was sure to have the venue moving. He has been releasing heat after heat, with “Damage” with Sumthin Sumthin three months ago. And just seventeen days ago, Saka released a single “Masamume” via Gud Vibrations. Saka‘s remarkable crafted sound with rippling melodies, and distorted basslines, brought smiles to individuals throughout the ballroom.
At this point, the floor and upstairs were crowded with individuals preparing for what was to come. Next up, was co-headliner Sumthin Sumthin. Just nine months ago, Sumthin Sumthin released a single, “Flutter” with VCTRE. He graced the stage and started off with his unique experimental bass sounds. In addition, Sumthin Sumthin shared some new and unreleased tunes with the crowd. As well, he remixed the beginning of popular dubstep artist Svdden Death‘s single “Behemoth“, which got fans hyped.
Closing the evening was highly-anticipated VCTRE. He brought major heat with experimental tunes getting people moving with songs like “Dufflebag“, and his collaboration with Eazybaked “The East “. To make it an even more special night, Omnist, Saka, Sumthin Sumthin, and VCTRE, did a b4b.
Overall, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom held a very special evening. A dual-venue show filled with bass, unique vendors, and live painters, created an unforgettable night for individuals. We certainly can’t wait to see where these artists continue to flourish in the experimental bass world. Check out what the next two SHIFT Thursdays at Cervantes are for this month here.
Photos by Ethan Klement
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