Have yourself a Merry little December

December at Temple Denver will be hotter than chestnuts roasting on an open fire! This month, the holidays have come early! We’ve got a sick lineup for Temple Denver, with even more artists planned to be released. Whether you like house music or bass music, there is a special treat for everyone! Peep Phase 1 of the lineup below.

Sam Wolfe Dec. 1st

Sam Wolfe, an Atlanta-based producer, is hitting the decks on Thursday, Dec. 1. He has been hitting the road for his Disruption tour, and it’s sick that he decided to stop here in Denver. If you want a little taste of the awesome to expect, peep at his track “Mind State” on Soundcloud, which dropped about a year ago.

No Mana December 2nd

No Mana is next on the lineup, taking the stage on Friday, Dec. 2. This So-Cal electro house producer is signed to Deadmau5‘s Mau5trap label and has some super banging house tracks. Last week, he dropped the track “Space” featuring Ill-Esha, and it’s all gas!

Kream Dec. 3rd

Kream, a pair of Norway brothers are next on the lineup, playing for us on Saturday, Dec. 3. These bass house bros have accumulated over 40 million streams on their Soundcloud, which is full of fire tracks! Most recently, they released the track “Rendezvous” featuring Marlo Rex just last month.

Flosstradamus December 9th

No stranger to Denver, Flosstradamus is taking the stage on Friday, Dec. 9. Hailing from Chicago, Flosstradamus is known for his ultra-heavy, grimy trap. His remix of Major Lazer’s Orignal Don” was released over ten years ago and had over 10 million streams. His latest track, “Blast Yo Head,” dropped back in October & it’s a beauty!

Wilkinson Dec. 10th

Wilkinson is bringing the heat to Temple Denver on Saturday, Dec. 10. Hailing from England, he is bringing his legendary drum and bass. He’s recently started touring again after deciding to take a break after “Cognition” was released, and we are so excited! For a sneak peek, peep at his track “Used to This,” which dropped about nine months ago.

Matt Sassari December 11th

Afterhours Anonymous is bringing Matt Sassari to Temple for an exceptional Dec. 11 performance. This Marseille-based techno producer is no stranger to the scene. He has had several number-one spots all over Beatport. Most recently, he dropped the track “Say What” two weeks ago, and it is absolute fire! 

Ghastly Presents GHENGAR Dec. 16th

Ghastly is bringing his latest project, GHENGAR, to the stage at Temple on Dec. 16. This LA producer is keeping with the wubs, and his new project is very dubstep heavy! If you want a sneak peek of the head-banging awesomeness, head to Soundcloud and check out his latest track, “Disrespect,” which dropped last month.

KSHMR December 17th

December 17th is going to be hot, with KSHMR hitting the decks. This dance music producer hails from California and is no stranger to Colorado. KSHMR has been working on new music recently, with the track “The Devil You Know” dropping just last month!

Very Holiday Trivia Dec. 22nd

Temple Denver wants to celebrate the holidays with you! Head over to the Mirus Gallery on December 22nd from 6-10 for holiday fun! They’ll have warm & fuzzy hot drinks, an ornament-making station, and holiday trivia with lots of fun prizes to win!

BYOUSB: Open Decks December 29th

Temple Denver is bringing you another round of its open deck nights on December 29th. If you’re a DJ, local, or visiting from around, prep your thumb drive and head to Temple to sign up for a slot! They have 15-minute set times and the opportunity to win an opening slot for Transform!

December Wrap Up

It may be snowy and chilly this December, but this lineup proves that Temple Denver is always hot! If you want to buy tickets to these shows or see the rest of the Temple Lineup, head to their website!

Go Big or Gourd Home with Temple Denver

Fall is heating up here in Denver. With another month, there is another amazing lineup at Temple Denver. The first phase of the October lineup has been announced, and it is JUICY! Peep the details below!

Borgeous, October 1st

Kicking off the month is Borgeous, who is hitting the stage Saturday, October 1st. Hailing from Miami, he is bringing the heat with bass house. Known for his amazing stage presence and great music, this party is gonna be popping. For a sneak peek, peep his track, “You’re Not Mine,” which dropped earlier this month. It is a banger!

Naughty Ball, October 1st

Kicking off the Halloween madness is the 22nd anniversary of Kevin Larson’s Naughty Ball. Grab your Halloween costume and head to Temple! This ball isn’t your ordinary ball. Rather it is an evening full of exotic and interactive events for your senses. We welcome you to the Art Gallery and invite you to partake in the interactive activities. Descend to experience the ethereal Nightclub and ascend to the VIP floor filled with unique experiences and delights.

Calussa, October 8th

Next on the lineup is Calussa, who are hitting the decks on October 8th.  This Miami duo is bringing the beach party to Denver with their Afro-house. You can hear their Cuban roots in all of their tracks. Their track, “Damelo”, dropped earlier this year and is so smooth!

Lucy Presented by Afterhours Anonymous & Temple Denver, Oct. 9th

Afterhours Anonymous is partnering with Temple to bring a very special Sunday evening to Temple on October 9th. Lucy, an Italian-born techno DJ, is hitting the decks. His track, “Wanton Witch 9 (Nervous Burial),” dropped earlier this year, and it’s so good! Known for his unique, industrial techno, this is sure to be a rager!

Sam Feldt Presented by Global Dance & Temple Denver, Oct 15th

Global Dance and Temple are partnering to bring another fun night with Dutch DJ Sam Feldt. Known for his feel-good and uplifting sound, this is gonna be one happy dance party. For a glimpse at what the party is gonna be, peep his track, “Future In Your Hands,” featuring Aloe Blacc, which dropped last month.

Lil Jon, October 29th

WHAT!? OKAY!!! wrapping up the Phase one lineup for October is Lil Jon. He is bringing the crunk party Halloween weekend to Temple with a renowned DJ Set! Known for his hyphy songs, such as “Turn Down for What” and “Vamos a Beber,” this is sure to be a party you don’t want to miss!

October Wrap Up

This is such a hot first phase of the October lineup at Temple Denver. With more artists to be announced, this is one month you will want to spend every weekend at Temple Denver! For more info on the shows and to purchase tickets, visit their website.

September Time to Fall into Temple Denver

Fall is upon us, and that means cooler temps and hot beats! This month at Temple, we have some fire artists to keep the party going. Whether you like house, rap, techno, or dance music, Temple is sure to have something for you. Check out the details on the September lineup below.

Eden Prince – September 1st

Kicking off the September lineup is UK artist Eden Prince. After studying music at Leeds College of Music, Eden Prince followed his dream of becoming a house music producer. Now with over 250 million streams on Spotify, he has solidified his place on top of the music charts. His most recent track, “Back to the Sound” dropped earlier this year and is an absolute banger.

Kastra – September 2nd

Next up on the September lineup is Kastra. Hailing from the Jersey Shore, Kastra is no stranger to nightlife and club music. He has worked with some amazing artists, including Timmy Trumpet and Borgeous. His recent track “ Infinity” features Borgeous and Luxtides. He also has the banger “Make You Stay” on Spotify.

Regard – September 3rd

Keeping the party going, Regard is hitting the decks on September 3rd. From Yugoslavia, Regard used TikTok to get his unique dance music out to the rest of the world. He has now reached 2.4 million streams on Spotify. His song, “Hallucination,” dropped earlier this year.

6lack – September 4th

Closing up the first weekend of September and helping us celebrate Labor Day, 6lack is playing Sunday. An Atlanta-grown rapper, 6lack has grown quite the fan base, with over 10 million streams on Soundcloud. His song, “Rent Free,” dropped at the beginning of this year, and it’s fire! His shows are a blast by bringing his unique perspective and high energy to the stage.

Denver House Music Takeover – Sept. 8th

The second week of September is fully stacked! Opening the week is the Denver House Music Takeover. A local collective of 47 rotating artists, Denver House Music is sure to have all the houses you could want and more. In this round, they have Silhouette, Djuric, PharmDJ, and Cizzle hitting the stage.

Green Velvet – September 9th

Keeping the party going, Green Velvet is performing on September 9th. Originally studying to be a chemical engineer, he left school to pursue his dreams of being a house music producer. Making music since the early 90s; he is no stranger to the music industry and has released several chart-topping hits. His recent song, “Wurk” with Mihalis Safras featuring Dojae, was released two months ago. It is such a house hit!

Black V-Neck – September 10th

Black V-Neck, a Miami duo, will keep up the vibe, hitting the decks on September 10th. Known for their amazing tech house, Black V-Neck has climbed the charts. Earlier this month, they reached 1 million streams on Spotify. Their recent track “Day N Night” with Afrojack ft. Muni Long dropped earlier this month, and it is a tech house anthem for sure!

Speaker Honey – September 15th

The third week of September is looking HOT! Up first, Speaker Honey is set to perform. Playing multiple instruments, Speaker Honey has a unique ear for music and is known for her raw and heavy sounds. Signed to the Mau5trap label, Speaker Honey has no plans of stopping anytime soon. Her most recent track is the “Skyscraper” remix that dropped on her Spotify earlier this year.

Layton Giordani with Charles D – Sept. 16th

Up next is Layton Giordani with Charles D, playing September 16th. Layton Giordani is an ambassador for New York’s techno new school scene. He spent much time being trained by many music legends, including Adam Beyer. His song “Digital Age” dropped in August. Charles D also drops some mean techno. He has a monthly radio show called “Synthesized” that comes out on the first Friday of every month. Episode 47 dropped out on Soundcloud earlier this month, and every moment is mesmerizing. 

Foreign Family Presents: Golden Features – Sept. 17th

Foreign Family is an independent record label founded by Odesza. They are bringing the Australian legend Golden Features to Temple on September 17th. Besides donning a Golden mask when he performs, Golden Features is known for dropping golden beats! He’s played at many festivals and co-produced an album with Odesza called Bronson. His recent song “Touch” featuring Rromarian, dropped earlier this year and is phenomenal.

Hannes Bieger (Live) by Afterhours Anonymous – Sept. 18th

Afterhours Anonymous is a local event group specializing in unforgettable events, and they are hosting Hannes Bieger at Temple on September 18th. Known for his melodic techno, Hannes Bieger is going to throw it down! He released his song “Black Tourmaline” last year, and it’s a banger!

EDDIE – September 22nd

Bringing the heat from down under, Australian dance music producer EDDIE is performing on September 22nd. EDDIE is another music industry pro, performing at many festivals and touring with Deadmau5. Signed to Mau5trap, EDDIE keeps releasing banger after banger. Most recently, his song, “Guiding Light” featuring Voicians dropped earlier this year, and it brings the electro house heat.

Color of Fashion – September 23rd

Temple will transform into a black-tie garden party on the 23rd. This is sure to be an elegant extravaganza that is held by Denver’s elite designers who are showcasing their new designs. With designs from Menez to Society, Art of Hannah Jane, Alejandro Gaeta, and accessories by Nelly Bernal, this is one fancy event you absolutely cannot miss!

Max Styler – September 29th

Wrapping up the September lineup, Max Styler is taking the stage on the 29th. Max Styler from Nevada knows how to ensure the party never stops. He has played tons of huge shows and festivals, including Tomorrowland. Lastly, he has also partnered with the PGA to make music. His remix of the LCD Soundsystem song, “I Can Change,” is the perfect song to end your summer!

Wrap Up

The party never ends at Temple! If you want to get tickets or learn more about the events happening in September, visit their website.

Fly July at Temple Denver

This summer, we have been blessed with some amazing concerts, shows and festivals and now we have even more fantastic music at Temple! 14 amazing artists will be hitting the stage this month and we are ready to party the night away with them. With different vibes and sounds every week, there is sure to be something for everyone! 

Rusko July 1st

Kicking off the month is Rusko. He is hitting the stage Friday, July 1st. Born in Leeds, Rusko grew up with the amazing English Drum n bass scene. Bringing that hometown sound with him through music school, Rusko brings his own grimey dub-step vibe over to us. His most recent hit, “Butcher Shop” is an absolute drum n bass banger and we can’t wait to get down with him!

Klingande July 2nd

Following Rusko, Klingande will be taking over Temple Saturday, July 2nd. All the way from France, Klingande will bring the saxy sounds of tropical house with him. His first album “The Album” is full of some amazing house music and definitely worth a listen!

Deerock July 7th

The next week at Temple starts with Deerock, who is getting the party started on Thursday, July 7th. This East Coast producer is mostly known for his “Get Up It’s Gameday” mixes on Soundcloud, but his newest track, a remix of the Chainsmokers’ “High” is absolute fire!

Culture Shock July 8th

Next on the Temple stage is Culture Shock, playing Friday, July 8th. Hailing from across the pond, Culture Shock is no stranger to drum n bass, growing up listening to the genre on Britain’s various pirate radios. He released a compilation of songs earlier this year, but “Recombine” with Sub Focus is our favorite! We are excited to hear him spin!

Niiko x Swae July 9th

Also playing this weekend is Niiko x Swae. This duo will be bringing the heat July 9th. Hailing from LA, this duo recently dropped, “ Save Me” ft. JRM on Soundcloud. It has a real dancey vibe to it and is sure to be a summer anthem!


This Amsterdam duo is taking the stage July 14th for the official Global Dance Festival Pre-Party. The duo’s music is a mix of a wide range of genres and often incorporates elements from trap, hip hop, dubstep, and more. Yellow Claw’s latest Soundcloud track, “Deep Inside” is a heavy, high energy slammer that is sure to get anyone who listens to it pumped up!

Softest Hard July 21st

True to her name, Softest Hard is bringing the hard beats July 21st. The LA producer brings a unique history to her sound. Being Vietnamese-American in Vermont, she always aspired to be bigger than her town. Her song, “La Luz” just dropped back in April and it is a heavy trap banger! 

Bad Girls Club – Hard Candy Burlesque Show July 21st

The Hard Candy Burlesque girls are back July 21st, with their Bad Girls Club. The show starts at 7, so grab some friends and see some bad girls making all the moves, and then head to the main stage for Softest Hard.

Open Art Night July 21st

The Open Art Night is happening July 21st. Come meet and network with other Denver artists. Hosted in the Mirus, bring your artist friends, sip some cocktails and look at the local art. The doors open at 7!

Chapter & Verse July 22nd

Chapter & Verse is bringing the tech house heat July 22nd. Making waves in his UK hometown, Chapter & Verse is a quickly rising tech house star. He just dropped his song, “Taking Over Me” a little over a week ago, and we are loving it!

Sippy July 23rd

Sippy is coming on July 23rd with her Down Under Sound. Don’t be fooled by her appearance. Sippy makes the grimiest dubstep! Her most recent song, “Trippin” actually just dropped today, 6/22 on Beatport and we are OBSESSED!

Wehbba July 28th

This international producer, Webhha is hitting the Temple Decks on July 28th. Since he is traveling all the way from Brazil, you know he will be bringing the heat. He’s an international techno superstar and we are beyond excited for his techno beats!

Party Favor July 29th

No stranger to the party scene in Denver, Party Favor is returning July 29th.This Bass music producer is a veteran in the music industry and always puts on a good show! His song “Spirits Part 1” just dropped on June 17th and it’s another Party Favor banger!

Party Pupils July 30th

Wrapping up the month, Party Pupils is hitting the stage July 30th. LA based, this future house artist is bringing the technicolor neon vibes of LA to the stage. “Renegade” with Big Gigantic is a banger of theirs that came out at the beginning of the year and it absolutely slaps!

July Wrap Up

No matter who you see in July, be sure to make Temple one of your stops! There are tons of fantastic artists playing and it’s sure to be a party this July! 

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Temple: Come What May

Concert season is heating up and Temple Denver is bringing the heat to their lineup in May. Bringing their Vegas style club, Temple has thousands of LED lights, a custom surround sound and three stories of entertainment and fun. The lineup details are below.

Borgore 5/6

Borgore is opening the month of May at Temple, crashing the party on May 6th. Born in Israel and now residing in LA, Borgore has a unique sound that helped him become a global dubstep pioneer. Self-described as “Gorestep”, his music mixes triplet drum patterns along with heavy sounds to create his unique vibe. Known for “Decisions” featuring Miley Cyrus, Borgore is coming ready to party and bringing music from his own record label, Buygore with him.

Biscits 5/7

Next on the lineup is Biscits. Traveling from across the pond, Biscits is hitting the decks May 7th. Born in Southampton, UK, Biscits is no stranger to the tech-house scene. He has already played festivals this year, including Beyond Wonderland, so you know he is bringing the heat. He also has a brand new track, “The Judge ” that dropped April 15th. This is one show you don’t want to miss.

Hard Candy Burlesque- Spring Fling 5/12

Come for a night of flirty fun featuring Colorado’s Hard Candy Dancers. A collaboration of professional dancers and pole artists; this body-positive, POC-owned troop is bringing you into a secret garden of good and evil. Some of the exotic flowers you will see look pretty but have a mean bite. So come explore and see our rare flowers in full bloom.

QRTR 5/12

When you’re done at the Spring Fling, come back for QRTR. This Brooklyn badass is hitting the decks on May 12th and she’s bringing her unique sound with her. QRTR is known for mixing various electronic styles with a house vibe. She attributes her unique ear and sound to her previous studies in film, where she was given access to tons of sound libraries.  She just released her latest track, “Minha” on April 15th, so she is definitely going to be bringing that vibe to Temple.

Throttle 5/13

Hitting the decks on Friday, May 13th, Throttle is bringing the heat. This young Australian prodigy was signed to Monstercat when he was just 14 years old. Reinventing disco singlehandedly, he is the only known DJ that has been allowed to use original music from the band Earth, Wind and Fire. On top of reinventing music genres, Throttle has played at many festivals and even toured with the late Avicii.

Elephante 5/14

Saturday is the day for some sweet house music. Hailing from Michigan, Elephante is no stranger to electronic music. Now residing in LA, this Harvard grad can throw down some amazing progressive-house. Elephante is bringing his Heavy Glow Tour to Denver and some of his friends along with him, so this is one show you need to snag tickets to ASAP!

Open Art Night 5/19

Are you an artist looking to connect with other artists over cocktails and amazing beats at an art gallery? Look no further! On May 19th, Mirus Art Gallery is hosting an Open Art night where you can come hang out, connect with other artists and make art. Grab your canvas, flow toys or whatever medium you choose and head down to Temple.

Imanbek 5/20

Friday May 20th, is going to be a real treat. Imanbek will be hitting the decks. We’ve all heard his “Roses” remix, but have you seen it live? This Kazakhstan born producer is bringing the heat to Temple on May 20th. Imanbek is the first Eastern European producer on the Top 5 of the US Billboard Hot 100 list. If that wasn’t enough, he also won a Grammy for the “best remixed song.” Grab your tickets and come hear the heat that Imanbek will be throwing down.

Forte Nights: Airglo 5/28

Wrapping up our month Temple is Forte Nights featuring Airglo.  Held in the Mirus Art Gallery, this drum n bass night is one you just can’t miss. On top of Airglo, Saltee, Saint VII, Ms Toxiic, RumbleJunkie and MC Relyt will also be in the house! This is a stacked dnb lineup! Make sure you wrap up your month with some beats! Get your tickets now! 

Some of these artists are traveling far, but luckily, you don’t have to! For more info and tickets, visit Temple’s website here. 

This Month at Temple

Chromeo Astonishing Electro-Funk At Temple

Temple Nightclub is one of Denver’s hottest nightclubs. With a whopping 3-story building, there is an area inside for everyone. The main room holds over 50,000 LED bulbs, making a fully immersive visual experience. Paired with all the visuals is a custom Funktion One Sound System that makes the music sound clean, crisp and full.

Next up is the Mirus Art Gallery. Curated by Paul Hemming, this gallery provides a space to listen to music and get lost in different art and hosts various events, including fashion shows and naughty bingo. Lastly is LVL, the lower level of Temple. A sleek and smaller version of the main room, LVL has stylish columns, a light up floor, a smaller stage and a separate VIP section. With all of this amazing space, you know Temple is going to bring some fire artists. Here is a breakdown of the events going on this month at Temple.

Week of April 4th:

Color of Fashion @ Mirus Art Gallery 4/7: You saw some of these designer pieces back in September of 2021. Now, they are back and available for purchase. With designs from MENEZ, Brooks Luby, Alejandro Gaeta, Hannah Jane, SDVR, Aida Kaas, this is an event that you definitely aren’t going to want to miss. Grab your tickets and start your Thursday off right! 

Nala 4/7:  Once you’re done at the fashion auction, head over to the main stage for Nala. Hailing from Miami, Nala is ready to bring the hottest deep house to Temple’s crowd.

Morten 4/8: After you’ve recovered from Thursday, grab your friends and come back around for Morten on Friday. Traveling from Denmark with his unique electronic sound, Morten is hitting the decks on the Main Stage. 

Green Velvet 4/9: If you still want even more music, come wrap up the weekend with the housey vibes of Green Velvet on the Main Stage.

Week of 4/11:

James Hype 4/15: Bringing that house vibe from across the pond, James Hype is hitting the main stage with all the UK House you can handle. 

Breathe Carolina 4/16: Calm your old emo hearts and come get down with Breathe Carolina and their new electronic sound! They’re wrapping up the weekend on the main stage! 

Week of 4/18:

Forte Nights ft. Evol Intent & Xeela 4/22 @Mirus Art Gallery: Come get your drum n bass fix while looking at some badass art. Beats will be provided by Evol Intent and Xeela.

Week of 4/25:

Capozzi 4/28: Newish to the house scene, Capozzi is crashing the main stage of Temple with her banging house beats.

Morgan Page 4/30: Temple is wrapping up the month of April with Grammy-nominated producer Morgan Page. Come listen and dance the night away! 

With all of these hot shows happening at Temple, which shows are we going to see you at?

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HEYZ – The Man, The Laughs, The Legend

Mike Hayes, a.k.a HEYZ, has been seen gracing the recognition and labels of MAU5Trap, Circus Records, and Deadbeats, just to name a few. The energetic (and particularly hilarious) social media star brings an energy to his performances and a sound design that is highly underrated, and hard to come by. The multi-faceted creative and bass music producer hails from Greensboro, North Carolina, and is rising to the very top of the electronic music scene with no plans of slowing down. We had the opportunity at Party Guru to chat with the viral legend as he prepares for his Temple Nightclub debut this Thursday. Check it out below!

The Official Interview

Party Guru Press: Maddi

Artist name: HEYZ

Temple, Denver

October 21, 2021

1. Hey Mike! It’s great to finally meet you and watch your come up as an artist. From MAU5Trap, Circus Records to DeadBeats…how would you say your journey as an artist has evolved since you began? You were recently here this summer opening up at the DeadBeats BBQ… how have you applied your knowledge/experience towards your sets here?

Nice to meet you too! Oh man, from mau5trap to now Deadbeats, my journey has changed a lot. I got signed to mau5trap so quickly after I started making music I was thrown into figuring out what kind of artist I wanted to be and what music I wanted to make WHILE just starting my journey. So I’ve pretty much changed in every way possible from when I started to where I am now, just growing and getting better and figuring out who I am! The DB BBQ was sweet! I just know Denver is spoiled with good bass music so every time I play here I know I need to and WANT to bring my absolute A-game. Temple is about to get it 😉

2. We’ve got some questions for you about Denver here. How do you feel about playing Temple Nightclub tonight? [It is your Temple debut…?]

It is indeed my Temple debut and I couldn’t be more excited. It’s my first Denver headline show so that makes it extra special. I see a lot of amazing artists playing Temple so I definitely want to come in and throw down and that’s exactly what I plan on doing. I’ll be playing a ton of cool edits and a bunch of unreleased music!

3. What makes Denver, Colorado stand out in your eyes?

The amount of amazing music that comes through Denver is incredible. I landed the other day and checked my BandsInTown and there are like 10 shows a night with quality stuff, it’s almost overwhelming lol. The FOMO must be strong here! Beyond that, I just really like the city and the people. Great vibes all around and there is a ton of fun stuff to do on a daily basis.

4. Denver is nationally recognized as being the Bass Capital of the U.S. Got anything planned in your set tonight for us? We hear your style has evolved into a very bass-forward sound, which has been awesome to watch over the years. Tell us a little about this.

I’m pretty much playing all my favorite bass records with a number of edits I’ve made to spice it up. I just try and pack my set full of energy and always leave covered in sweat and very happy and hope that goes for the crowd as well! My sound evolved from a Techno to a Bass-forward sound because it just felt more “me”. I love the energy and genuinely geek out over bass music records, and it’s super fun to make. It’s definitely more my world.

5. Can the Mile High City expect to see you here in Denver before the year ends? Or should we be on the lookout for next year?

I doubt by the end of this year BUT, I’m probably going to move here next year so expect to see me A LOT haha!

6. So, the funny thing is — I know I myself and others actually have found you on TikTok first. Explain a little bit about your journey on social media. Your TikTok has earned you over 361,000 followers, and 6 million-plus liked videos.

Yeah…it was insane. It was a result of boredom during quarantine and my strange personality, which apparently resonated with Tiktok. I started blowing up and yeah, now it’s just part of who I am I guess. I definitely want to branch out in the type of content I make but Tiktok makes it hard. They pretty much reward you for repetition and making more of the content you originally got virality from. I do really love Tiktok though, once you tailor your feed enough there is some absolutely hilarious stuff on there.

7. What is a dream collaboration you’d like to see happen? At a show going b2b, or on a project/song?

A dream collab for me would absolutely be Zeds Dead, hopefully, one day I can make that happen! I also love GRiZ and LSDream and think they bring a unique style to bass music which is really refreshing. I would love to do a b2b with one of my best friends Sippy just because I know we would absolutely go wild on stage together haha.

8. Tell us a bit about the musical plans you have planned for the rest of this year, and possibly into next year? Can we be looking out for any new music on the way?

I have a very sick Halloween mix coming out with Deadbeats next week that I’m stoked for. Beyond that, I have a lot of music lined up for next year with the first release coming very early 2022. I think next year is going to be big for me, the music I have planned and finished is definitely the best I’ve ever made.

9. Have any merch or special drops (any NFT’s?) this year?

Merch next year for sure! Haven’t explored the NFT space yet but feel like I’m missing out haha.

10.  Be honest – do you think you’re the ultimate Party Guru?


We can’t wait to see HEYZ perform at Temple Nightclub this Thursday. Make sure to check out his socials below to keep up to date with HEYZ!

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An Interview with Wormhole Entertainment

Wormhole Entertainment is owned and operated by Benji Hannus and Gleb Tchertkov. Party Guru Press recently had the opportunity to do an email interview with them to learn more about how Wormhole Entertainment came about, the talent they bring, their past events, and their most recent collaboration with Temple San Francisco and Temple Denver. Read the full interview below!


Party Guru Press: How did Wormhole Entertainment come about? How long have you guys been around?

Wormhole Entertainment began almost 9 years ago on the patio of an Oakland bar named Portal with the first ever Wormhole Wednesday and a small group of friends with a shared vision of bringing more bass music centered activity to the East Bay. In these early days, Wormhole Wednesday was a little 5-10PM happy hour style affair. After a couple years of ons and offs and bouncing from ill-fitting venue to ill-fitting venue, Wormhole suddenly found itself thriving each and every week with proper night time hours at Era Art Bar, before moving to a more permanent home at The New Parish. Throughout the years, we began to additionally through more and more elaborate productions outside of our weekly shindig between one-off events around the Bay Area to hosting our Untz Festival stage year after year. By 2018, we were throwing upwards of 75 events a year on top of our own active careers, so we decided to put a pause on the weekly to focus on our larger one-off events. Until now…

Party Guru Press: What is your goal with Wormhole entertainment? 

The goal of Wormhole has always been to gather a true community of music and art aficionados around a fully immersive audio and visual experience. The musical taste has always been bass heavy with the visual aesthetics widely considered psychedelic, and we have always placed a huge emphasis on creating an environment that stimulates all senses with DJs, VJs, painters, vendors, and more all with a huge value placed on community building and harm reduction. 

Party Guru Press: What talent do you bring?

Some of the many musical acts we’ve worked with over the years include CharlestheFirst, CloZee, Of the Trees, Yheti, G Jones, Noisa, EPROM, Stylust, Koan Sound, Chee, The Librarian, Supertask, Shlump, Secret Recipe, Duffrey, Bricksquash, Gladkill, Potions, The Widdler, Dela Moon, Amp Live, V E I L, Ternion Sound, Frequent, Conrank, Ivy Lab, and so many more. 

Party Guru Press: What is your Wormhole Wednesday event series like? 

Wormhole Wednesday features an eclectic mix of scintillating bass music that balances a fine line between melodic and heavy with a heavy emphasis on experimentation all set to next level visuals and accompanied by a warm and welcoming crowd of friendly faces. 

Party Guru Press: Wormhole entertainment recently collaborated with Temple San Francisco and Denver, could you tell me a bit more about that? 

We are honored and ecstatic to be teaming up with Temple Nightclubs to reintroduce Wormhole Wednesday to a world in two different cities. For now, we will be hosting one Wednesday a month in each city while we work tirelessly with the wonderful staff at these venues to provide some of our most engaging and all encompassing events to date. 

Party Guru Press: What talent do you plan on bringing for your debut at Temple Denver and Temple San Francisco? 

We just kicked off Wormhole Wednesday SF with Yheti, Potions, Honeybee, and Rook and this week we kick off Denver with Gladkill, LabRat, Rook, Womprat, and Reishio b2b Blissai. For everything still to be announced, you’ll just have to wait and see…

Party Guru Press: Besides, the upcoming new monthly event series with Temple Night Clubs, you guys have put on more monthly series, like Wormhole Thursday, could you share more about that? Where are those? Also, what do you bring to those events? 

Wormhole Thursday is a monthly event we just launched at The Big Dirty in Eugene, OR that will feature a nearly identical structure and ethos to our concurrent Wormhole Wednesday events. 

Party Guru Press: Does Wormhole entertainment have resident DJs? Do you plan on bringing that talent to the Wormhole Wednesdays? 

We have several resident DJs including Secret Recipe, Krakinov, Shadow Spirity, Dastardly, Duffrey, Magellan, Sam Lewis, Rook, Phers, and Iggy, and you can expect to see all of them at our events from time to time. 

Party Guru Press: Looking forward, what is next? Can you tease us and the concert goers with anything? 

All we can tell you is that we’ve just started.

Party Guru Press: What might 2022 look like? 

A diamond-crusted unicorn riding a hoverboard through a rain forest in the clouds.

Party Guru Press: Would you all consider yourselves Party Guru’s?

If we’re not considered Party Guru’s, I don’t know who is.

Photos Provided By Wormhole Entertainment & Zia Molnar

Thank you to Wormhole Entertainment for doing this interview with us! Their events are sure to be a great night with the best in bass heavy music, intelligent lighting, and psychedelic visuals. Temple Denver Wormhole Wednesday is kicking off this Wednesday, September 8th with Gladkill, LabRat, Rook, Womp Rat, and REISHIO b2b Blissai. You can grab your ticket here.

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