MHSM & Cervantes' Present
Lucid Vision and Homemade Spaceship w/ Borahm Lee Key-J Set (Break Science, Pretty Lights Live), Totem, Still Point
2637 Welton Street
Denver, CO, 80205
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:30 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 16 and over
- Music with intention -
Spreading light through sound, Lucid Vision takes listeners to a melodic realm of electronic genre bends. Combining the unique world of designed sound with live guitar/ukulele, Lucid Vision demonstrates a natural balance of live-electronic music. Infinite potential unfolds as you delve into the high-energy, soulful experience, which then leaves listeners in an inspirational state.
Homemade Spaceship is the genre-mashing bass music project from multi-instrumentalist Rob Levere. Homemade Spaceship combines his perspective of any Genre he can find with the energy of low-end bass drops of Dubstep, Half-time, Future Bass, Dnb, Trap, House etc... While still combining all these genres, Homemade Spaceship performs with live instruments to leave no audience member uncaptivated at his high energy performances. Playing nationally with acts such as Griz, The Floozies, Mr. BIll, FKJ, Mr Carmack, and guest hosting Pretty Lights “Hot Sh*t” XM Radio Show. He seems to have found a home base In Bass Music’s stomping grounds Denver, Colorado headlining and selling out venues... With his unique multi genre, personal, take on bass music, He is sure to captivate anyone looking to stargaze or headbang.
Borahm Lee (Break Science, Pretty Lights Live)
Break Science, Pretty Lights Live
Totem is the solo project of Boulder based producer, Phoenix Clay Michael. Phoenix has been playing eastern-style instrumentation for over a decade(tabla, doumbek, darbuki, didgeridoo, ric, etc), while also exploring digital synthesis and sound design. Totem culminates these two passions into a modern interpretation of ancient instruments. The sampling style is deep and visceral. Blending sequences of thick bass and instrumentation with live production. Live production includes: Didgeridoo, vocals, synth, keyboard, percussion, and bass. Phoenix's debut album with the project is titled, The Bonfire of Life, and was written and Totem/motion of solidarity with the native tribes of North America. Totem sees the immense potency that dance has for healing in our culture, and also sees the reverent nature of ancient and native style music. The ultimate thrill is fusing these two things into a continuous musical experience shared amongst listener and maker. Totem is humbled to bring thy dance medication.
Taking just a minute gently, i bring my energy away from the external. I bring all my attention up through my body to a point in the middle of my forehead just above and behind my eyes. towards a single point for focus inside i now look through my eyes as though they are windows. I am the still point of awareness looking through the eyes to the world out there. I am the still point, silent and powerful.
The Mile High Sound Movement
Denver based artist collective & record label
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