Hailing from the city of Chicago, Edamame is the stage name of music producer Ed Harris. Mainly inspired by the great outdoors and different cultures of the world, Ed’s productions are often full of organic elements and sounds that he has personally field-recorded while exploring the planet. By synthesizing instrumental hip hop with downtempo and
LYFTD has come bursting out of the thick Denver scene with its high-energy futuristic sound. Incorporating hip-hop, funk, rock and soul into their dance inspired tracks, this duo is pushing new boundaries with their unique sound and delivering shows that resonate with all music lovers. Performances are a roller coaster of a ride with a
Nobide is a live-electronic act out of Boulder, Colorado. Fusing traditional instrumentation with modern production techniques and bumping beats, Nobide explores genres seamlessly and with style. Blaring horns, thundering beats, and tasty synths are all guided by the grooves designed to make dance floors shake. Nick Vann’s production with Matt McElwain’s driving rhythms and Jake
MoonRadish is an alluring funk fusion powerhouse based out of Denver, Colorado. With a mixture of funk, heavy improv, and freeform jazz, this act is guaranteed to surprise your ear holes and dust off your dancing boots.
Lucid Vision takes listeners to a melodic realm of electronic-laced genre bends. Through the combination of live guitar with the unique world of designed sound, Lucid Vision demonstrates a natural balance of live-electronic music. Infinite potential unfolds as you delve into the high-energy and soulful experience, which then leaves listeners in an inspirational state. “I
Judo Chop is a Denver based super group consisting of Cody Wales (The Magic Beans, True Blue Band w/ Bill McKay) Eric Luba (Analog Son/The RunniKine), Jiho Han (The Workshy, Honey Puddle) and Brant Williams (The Workshy, Mad Juju). Exposing explorations into the funk/fusion genre, Judo Chop is sure to hit ya in the face