The energy Wreckno brought to Denver recently is unmatched! From staying interactive with the crowd throughout the whole performance, the flow artists, and the visual laser displayWreckno had, fans at Cervantes were certainly in for a treat.
Kicking the night off was Cervantes resident host Mikey Thunder. He scratched over some low-fi Hip-hop beats accompanied by a vocalist.
Up next was Bankaji, a Denver local who played an all-original set rinsing through multiple deep bass tunes within his hour slot. Bankaji played “Wrong Numba” a collaboration with Trip Drop and his newest release “Meep“.
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Wreckno closed out the night with a bang, playing a mixture of drum and bass, dubstep, and freeform bass. As soon as he took the stage, the crowd erupted with cheer. He opened up his set with a remix of his most popular song “Medusa” with EDM icon Griz, which really had the whole room rumbling.Wreckno also played a few unreleased tunes from his friends Charles the First and Of the Trees.Throughout the set, a variety of flow artists from Kinetic Spinners displayed their talents alongsideWreckno on stage! (captured above)
Overall,Wreckno brought the heat to Cervantes and really dropped it low! He is truly for the people exclaiming his love for his fans and the people of Denver!
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