Join us Saturday October 10, 2015 as we celebrate 12 years of bringing drum and bass to Denver! Representing a wide spectrum of sounds past, present and future!
RECON DNB XII featuring...
D Y L A N
Freak Recordings / Obscene / Tech Freak / Renegade Hardware / Metalheadz / Outbreak / Cylon / Biotic / Droppin’ Science
If you like your drum and bass dark, then you've undoubtedly heard of Dylan! From his classic releases on the legendary Droppin' Science imprint, to his numerous slabs of darkness on Renegade Hardware and Outbreak, to curating for his own labels Freak Recordings and Obscene, Dylan has always resided in the darkest corner of the DnB spectrum. Get ready for a filthy trip down memory lane!
C H R I S S Y (M U R D E R B O T)
Footwork vs classic jungle set
As a juke/footwork DJ and producer, Chrissy Murderbot played a pivotal role in the music's international acceptance and popularity. Chrissy was among the first DJs to play footwork outside the US, and he organized the first international tour of footwork dancers. He still has a hand in that scene, running the successful juke/footwork label Loose Squares.
Chrissy is also a well-regarded dance music historian—he ran the popular "My Year of Mixtapes" blog, where he posted an original genre-focused DJ mix every week for a year. He also conducted interviews and wrote liner notes for the recent "Hardcore Traxx: Dance Mania Records 1986-1997" compilation for Strut Records.
“A virtual walking encyclopedia of the last 30 years of dance music” — XLR8R
H O M E M A D E . W E A P O N S
As a child of the 80s, Homemade Weapons (Andre Delgado) witnessed the birth and growth of many musical styles, and has always favored the extreme ends of the spectrum - from frighteningly heavy to delicately soft. Having fully internalized the musical ethos of his native Baltimore/ DC, and his more recent backdrop of Seattle, WA, his music exhibits a combination of subtlety, power, and depth, rare in any genre, but much more so in the confines of Drum and Bass.
R E C O N . R E S I D E N T . W A R M U P
X - T S . E M C E E
Presales tickets: On sale soon (Sept 7)
$15 Earlybird tickets (limited)
Higher at the door.
Sound provided by FazeTwo Turbosound.
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