Published on August 12th, 2013 | by gatsbyadmin0
Sub.Mission does it again!!!
Sub.Mission brought the heat for an international banger with UK badman Distance, Belgian prodigy Eptic and San-Fran fire-starter Supreme. Another summer night filled with big bass, massive sound, and a high-energy dancefloor thanks to Sub.Mission, purveyors of Denver’s Dubstep
Supreme, a Sub.Mission resident with roots in San Fransisco’s bass music culture and in Drum N Bass, performed his balanced blend of dancefloor grooves that span the spectrum from low-end rumbles and darker delights to the mid-range wobbles and some of the DnB flavor of his roots. His set got the crowd primed for a big night of bass.
Next up was Eptic, the young Belgian producer who has been creating quite a buzz in the world of bass music. This prodigy is only 19, around the average age of the Cervantes crowd this evening. Eptic definitely has his finger on the pulse of the young EDM crowd. He threw down a heavy set with lots of bro-step and a generous smattering of dancehall samples. The electronic mosh pit and the get-loose zones in front of the speakers were the scene of some intense dance moves during this set.
Distance is a true lord of the underground. From the ground-breaking Dubstep Warz on Radio 1 to the founding of his own record label, Chestplate Record, he’s forged his own path with a unique style of rumbly dark Dubstep that is heavily influenced by experimental industrial and heavy metal. He closed out with a deep set of his signature sound, thrilling the bassheads of Denver as he tested out Cervantes’ newest addition: a fresh sub.