Bass Center Pre Party Alert: Bleep Bloop ft. Unlimited Gravity b2b ProJect Aspect at Cervantes
It has long been hopefully envisioned that there would be an official festival curated by the man, the myth, the legend, the creator and master of a genre in which he entitles Omnitempo Maximalism – a collage of layers of tempos, melodies, synths, samples, etc. all intertwined in one harmonious masterpiece. The 9th installment of Bass Center, a two-night show featuring Bassnectar as the spotlight, is approaching us in just two short weeks. Since it’s inauguration in 2010 in Colorado, Bass Center has been a single night event, up until now. Here we stand in 2016, about to indulge in a full two-day event at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Denver, Colorado with two extended sets from the man himself, plus the option of camping, and a stacked supporting lineup including hip-hop extraordinaires Wu-tang Clan (pour one out for ODB) and UK dubstep producer Flux Pavilion, so you could say prayers have been answered. Multiple after parties will be popping off in the Mile High city throughout the weekend, both on and offsite. But for those bass-chasers that happen to be in the area the night before the madness who just can’t wait for their fix are in luck.
Euphonic Conceptions and The Mile High Sound Movement (MHSM) invite you to a special Bass Center pre party featuring Bleep Bloop, Unlimited Gravity b2b ProJect Aspect, DMVU and Unfold Music, summoning all those who love underground bass to stunt your grime face a day early on Thursday, July 28th at Cervante’s Masterpiece Ballroom.
Bleep Bloop aka Aaron Triggs, a Bay Area native who’s musical styles and inspirations possess traits that mirror UK bass schemes and underground sounds, is and has been dedicated to producing the grittiest and rawest style of beats for quite some time now, despite his relatively recent “come-up” in the game. Heavy, rigid bass serves as the focal point in Trigg’s tunes, accompanied by dripping melodies and celestial sounds that send his listeners to another world. Having worked side-by-side with names like G.Jones, Space Jesus, PROKO and Sayer, Bleep Bloop has solidified himself within the underground world of space bass, and he’s released music onto labels such as DJ Shadow’s Liquid Amber, SMOG, and Saturate just to name a few. Check out some of his recently released tracks from his collaborative EP with G.Jones ‘Mind’, as well as remixes and mixes on SoundCloud.
Proudly representing Colorado on their sleeves, producers, instrumentalists, and bass-fiends Ronnie Weberg (Unlimited Gravity) and Jay Jaramillo (ProJect Aspect) have undoubtedly made their marks in the electronic dance music, and their popularity has been spreading like wildfire across the west coast and elsewhere over the years. Influences of glitch, dubstep, hip-hop, freestyle, and more intertwine as these two make magic on stage, their high-energy tempos are balanced out by aggressive bass drops and funky melodies, creating nothing but smiles for miles in the crowd. Both Unlimited Gravity and ProJect Aspect are among some of the core members inducted into Colorado-based collective and record label The Mile High Sound Movement, strengthening the very foundation of the group from the start.
UG has released albums onto labels such Gravitas Recordings and STS9’s 1320 Records, including ‘Unlimited‘, ‘Event Horizons‘, and his most recent LP ‘Slosh Mode‘ which contains a bouncy banger called “Down Low” produced by Ronnie and Psymbionic with a whole lotta’ glitch and fluctuating frequencies to keep you on your toes. Weberg has become infectiously popular for his remixes of contemporary music both within the world of EDM and beyond, such as his edit of Awolnation’s “Sail” that went viral and collected over 50 million plays on SoundCloud.
With an equally impressive discography including albums ‘Hyperspace‘, ‘Activated Surroundings‘ and his newest masterpiece ‘All We Dream‘, ProJect Aspect has gained recognition for consistently keeping it fresh, and his success only continued to climb after he opened up for STS9 one evening during their NYE run at the Fillmore in Denver a few years back. PA has been affiliated with 1320 Records, Adapted Records, and Simplify to name a few, and he often joins forces with his guitar to ignite the organic elements of his live performance, which tend to be scarcely relevant in today’s electronic dance music.
Snag your tickets here to enjoy this delectable lineup of talent and warm up your dancing feet at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom before the main event, and keep up with Bleep Bloop, Unlimited Gravity, and ProJect Aspect via Facebook.