Getter w/ AFK, Must Die!, Au5 and Mizer & Goetz
2637 Welton Street
Denver, CO, 80205
Doors 8:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 16 and over
Rebudz is a new record label/promotion company based out of Denver, Colorado. Our goal is to keep pushing electronic music further, and keep you dancing harder!
The unsung hero of underground bass culture, Getter has been taking over stages across the US since 2010, beginning at the ripe young age of 17. Before he could even buy his own pack of cigarettes, Getter was performing across the US and receiving support from genre pioneers DATSIK and Downlink.
Fast forward to 2013, Getter has become known for ignoring trends and cutting his own path with ripping, guttural synths and a sprinkling of melody. 2013 has also seen Getter release his Beatport-chart-topping debut album "I Want More" on DATSIK's Firepower label--including a collaboration with the star himself. With his tunes being rinsed by the likes of Flux Pavilion, Rusko, DATSIK and Borgore (to name only a few) the future is looking very bright for this young blood. Catch Getter inciting riots at a small club, a massive festival or a broken down warehouse in a city near you!
Hailing from Dallas Texas, AFK is the bass music brain child of Jimmy Blythe. AFK is getting his productions played out by the likes of; Rusko, Datsik, Downlink, Calvertron, Crizzly, Excision, Run DMT, and many other large names throughout the EDM genre. If you are not familiar with the AFK sound, you should get familiar now before your friends have to tell you about him later.
Somewhere at any given time in the universe, there is a blue-eyed, incredibly obnoxious, 21 year old boy. It just so happens that this particular boy is MUST DIE!
Coming into being in 2011, Lee Bates is an electronic music producer from Atlanta, GA with a focus on capturing the essence of childhood, manic depression, bad anime, and sleep deprivation. Utilizing bass music as a medium to express these wonders/horrors, he has captured the attention of several veteran DJ's and producers in the dance music scene. With an astounding amount of music in his vault, and releases on releases on Dim Mak, Subhuman, Play Me, Mad Decent and Atlantic records, MUST DIE! is a human factory of quirky dance-floor smashers and anthemic, arena sized melodies and leads. Not to mention music that is reminiscent of being lost in an 8-bit jungle with a high-grade fever while eating sour candy.
At the end of the day, MUST DIE! is a well rounded, oddly engaging, slightly charming, horrible awkward mess of a human with an affinity for creation
Austin Collins (aka Au5) is a 20 year old electronic music producer from New Jersey, USA. Producing since age 12, Au5 is well known for his melodic fusion of Trance and Dubstep to create what he likes to call "Trancestep".
He does not restrict himself to one genre however, he has releases ranging from Electro House, Glitch Hop, Drum and Bass, Trance, as well as Ambient and even Jazz.
Au5 made a big splash in the EDM scene by winning Seven Lions' official Beatport contest for his remix of "Days To Come", released on OWSLA. Soon after, his debut release on Viper Recordings “Crystal Mathematics feat. Shaz Sparks” hit #6 on Beatport Dubstep charts and promoted on UKF Dubstep.
He has collaborated with as well as done official remixes for grammy-nominated producer BT, such as "Must be the Love" and his latest release with Aqualung, "Surrounded", both released on Armada Music. "BT & Au5 - Partysaurus Overflow" is a collaboration released on Walt Disney Records/Pixar, featured in the Toy Story production “Party Saurus Rex”.
He has had other releases on Viper Recordings, Monstercat, Rottun Recordings, Adapted Records, and Atom Recordings.
Having multiple releases chart in the Beatport Top 10, with his single with Fractal "Halcyon" hitting #1 on Beatport Dubstep charts, Au5 is quickly making a name for himself as a producer to watch in 2013 and beyond.
Mizer & Goetz
Here is some obligatorily cliche bio about how we spawned from the depths of bass hell, born as two half-robot half-music gods, and put onto the earth to bust guts and melt faces with super-human lazer infused tracks.
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