SNBRN at Temple Denver

Kevin Chapman’s introduction to dance music was at age 12 when he stumbled upon music from the likes of Fatboy Slim and Moby. In 2008 he got his first copy of the digital production software, Reason, and started producing his own dance music. Slowly but surely, he began to immerse himself in the LA and San Diego club scenes.

By 2013, Kevin had completed multiple professional degrees in audio engineering and production. Shortly thereafter the vision for the SNBRN brand emerged and Kevin embarked on a new creative path. Recognizing the increasing popularity of deep house, indie dance, and nu disco Kevin envisioned a brand that combined all the best elements of each sub-genre while remaining instantly accessible.

In May of 2014 the SNBRN project was launched with a series of viral covers and remixes. He was quickly met with a series of career milestones including: multiple HypeMachine chart topping releases, garnering tens of millions of plays on SoundCloud and YouTube, and direct support from Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. With official releases on Atlantic, Astralwerks, Spinnin’ Records, Ultra, Republic and Sony, the SNBRN brand has rapidly solidified itself as an overnight sensation in the indie dance and house music worlds.

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A L.A. based one-woman show, ELOHIM is an electronic/alternative act that guarantees to grab your attention and not let go. She is the entire package – Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Producer, and DJ with a unique and intriguing vision for her music. Her live show demonstrates both her musical prowess and ability to connect with fans on a deeper level.




Temple x Global Dance Present
Herobust @ Temple DENVER
Tickets Available on Friday Aug, 11th
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Hayden Kramer, better known as Herobust, is a Bass Music Producer from Atlanta, GA. Most notable releases include “Skurt Reynolds” via Mad Decent, “Sheknowshebad” via SMOG, and “Pump This (with Snails)” via Owsla. It was in Atlanta that Herobust started off making Hip – Hop inspired tunes. After climbing the ranks of the local music scene, Herobust noticed that his music slightly resembled elevator music when placed before an EDM set. As a self – proclaimed rule bender, it was this realization that triggered an overhaul of his creative process focused on integrating the filthiest sound design from Hero to date. “I’m Aloud” is Herobust’s latest EP, released via Mad Decent. “I’m allowed to make whatever I want, so it works in that way,” he says about the album. With the help of this release, Herobust skyrockets as a pivotal face in the bass music movement. Armed with his arsenal of new sounds, techniques, and confidence, Herobust takes a visit back to his roots. His new releases will be inspired by Hip – Hop, with plans to include some of the hottest names in Rap music. Herobust is touring throughout the US this summer with appearances at EDC NY, Hard Summer Festival, and Imagine Festival to name a few. And recently, Herobust has been commissioned by the likes of Kill The Noise, Barely Alive, and NGHTMRE for official remixes. Herobust was innovative on his path to get on the radar of these momentous acts. “Even if DJs love your track, they may pass on playing it if it’s difficult to mix” he explains. He started to arrange his tracks in a way that made them convenient to play out. With time, he garnered the support of Diplo, Skrillex, Bassnectar, Flosstradamus, Destructo and others. This success sent Herobust overseas for international touring and on to play showcases for Mad Decent and Buygore during Miami Music Week 2016. Herobust has been featured on BPM Sirius XM, Billboard, Rolling Stone, MTV and many others. “I’m Aloud” debuted at #22 on Billboard Electronic Charts, and Herobust has recently surpassed 100,000 fans on Facebook. On musical influences, he states – “What you’re hearing come out of me is just really an amalgamation of all the music I’m around, and because I legitimately like it, I’m going to throw it in. I couldn’t even stop it.” Through it all, Herobust cites Outkast, Skrillex, Kill The Noise, and Flosstradamus as key influences to his production. YourEDM includes Herobust in their “Top 5 Best Trap Artists 2016” and Insomniac credits him as “one of the hottest voices in the trap-dance movement”. With accolades such as this, he vows not to disappoint with his future releases. If this much is clear, 2016 proves to be a definitive year for Herobust.



Open Art Night

Come connect and collaborate with our local creative community at Open Art Night! This monthly event invites live painters, vendors, and creatives of all kind to come together. We invite you to network with the group, shop around, sip on cocktails and converse! Maybe you are a lover of art and don’t know where to get started… or just want to hang out and soak up some creative energy.

Mirus Gallery wants to open its doors to Denver’s Art Scene! Yes that means you! This is how we create community around art! Each month we will highlight a different style of music and a DJ will set the vibe with juicy beats and cocktails to keep the creativity flowing. This is a time to network, practice and play! You owe it to your art practice to join this growing community and do your part in showing the Denver scene what is most important to you!

7pm doors , the gallery will remain open past 10pm for Temple Night Club in LVL

Free entry before 10pm, 21+





Temple x Global Dance Present

Borgore @ Temple Denver
Borgore is one of electronic music’s most popular and polarizing artists. Called the enfant terrible of bass culture and happy to name himself the man who “ruined dubstep,” the LAbased, Tel Aviv-born producer’s genre-destroying “gorestep” and maniacal live shows have made him an iconic character in the modern bass scene. His upcoming release #NEWGOREORDER, out July 8th on his own Buygore record label through Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, will certainly only bring that fame to new heights. Noisey describes the first single “Ratchet” as “a devastating cock-trap breakdown that rattles both your teeth and sense of self before ricocheting back to the perverse eye of the storm.” The suggestion that the song, which rewrites the children’s classic “If You’re Happy And You Know It” into a wobbling, dirty, bass anthem will “destroy your childhood” is one that Borgore, eternal provocateur, heartily enjoys.
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Bhaskar at Temple Denver
DJ, producer and, above all, artist. Bhaskar has shown in recent years why he plays a key role in the evolution of electronic dance music in Brazil. Being the son of renowned DJs Swarup and Ekanta, at a very early age Bhaskar was already performing at several national gigs and soon enough internationally in several countries. USA, Australia and Thailand are some of Bhaskar’s solid fan-bases across the globe.
On the tour side, Bhaskar has been part of important festivals and clubs around the world, such as Rock in Rio, Lollapalooza Brazil, Hï Ibiza and Green Valley, becoming one of the main electronic music artists representing Brazil.
Talking about his releases, some of the highlights were “Infinity” (350 million plays), Fuego (270 million plays) and songs like “Rumours” and “Banzai” that charted high positions on Beatport (Top 4 Progressive House and Top 15 Melodic Techno and House, respectively).
Throughout his career, Bhaskar collaborated with and remixed relevant artists of the music industry, like Tomorrowland resident Yves V, Moguai, Vintage Culture, Dubdogz, Wankelmut, Lucas Estrada, the Brazilian pop star Anitta and his brother Alok.
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