RE: Search - Hospital Records Showcase ft. DJ Marky, Metrik, Ownglow, MC Dino w/ Jubee

Cervantes' & Euphonic Conceptions Present

RE: Search - Hospital Records Showcase ft. DJ Marky, Metrik, Ownglow, MC Dino w/ Jubee

Wed, October 11, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

OVER 21: $10 Before 9 PM / $15 After 9 PM /// UNDER 21: $15 All Night

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

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TICKET PRICE - ADVANCE PRICING
$5 Early Bird
$10 Advance
$15 Day Of Show

TICKET PRICE - WALK UP PRICING
OVER 21 = $10 Before 9 PM / $15 After 9 PM
UNDER 21 = $15 All Night

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DJ Marky
DJ Marky
The #1 DJ in Brazil (RMC Awards 2012) + The Personality in Brazil (RMC Awards 2013) / Stay updated with news about DJ Marky & DJ Marky & Friends events.
metrik
metrik
IF ANY GENRE CAN CLAIM A GRAVITATION TOWARDS THE FUTURISTIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL, IT’S DRUM & BASS.
From its earliest incarnations the music was about forward-thinking musicians pushing the envelope of what was technologically possible. At a young age Metrik found himself pulled into D&B’s magnetism, drawn in by its clinical precision and emotive compositions. Within this world he discovered a deep resonance with the pairing of man and machine. A marriage of man-made instruments manipulated by samplers, computers and effects plugins; overlaid with synthetic noises comprised of ones and zeros. That resonance gave him an unshakeable conviction and set the course for the rest of his life, taking him from setting up an online radio station in his bedroom to performing on the world’s biggest festival stages.

It’s a story that many present day producers can identify with, but when an artist’s debut single becomes a bona fide classic, topping the download charts and clearing record store shelves, you know they’ve got something special. That’s what happened when Metrik dropped ‘Your World’, an instant hit which saw support from the likes of Pendulum, Bad Company and Viper Recording’s founder Futurebound. A slew of incredible tracks were then released including his second big hit, the Annie Mac and Zane Lowe supported ‘Technicolour’ and timeless anthem ‘Freefall’ featuring Reija Lee which racked up over 4 million plays.

As an artist, Metrik draws inspiration from a diverse pool of styles. His love of the technology and aesthetic of the ‘80s is a clear influence on his music. Close your eyes while listening to a Metrik album and you can practically see him weaving visual references to science fiction and the movies of his childhood. What you’re left with is something that looks to the future with a distinctly nostalgic hue, fuelled by love for synthwave, film soundtracks and neo-soul.

Since signing to Hospital Records and releasing his debut album Universal Language, Metrik’s career has gone from strength to strength. He’s scored a UK Dance Chart Top 10, mixed an edition of the prestigious BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix hosted by Pete Tong, as well as been given his own residency on BBC Radio 1. Off the airwaves, Metrik has taken his high-energy dancefloor sound to the world, from the very best nightclubs through to festival appearances at Glastonbury, EDC, Global Gathering and Hospital’s own festival brand, Hospitality In The Park.

With such a meteoric rise it’s little wonder that artists such as Eric Prydz, DJ Fresh, Gorgon City and Swedish House Mafia are lining up for a Metrik remix. Meanwhile fellow D&B high flyers - including TC and Netsky - and acts as diverse as Elisabeth Troy, Gunship and the Ragga Twins are lining up to collaborate.

Despite this success, there comes a time in every artist’s career where they need to take time to reflect. Introspection can often be the death of a flourishing career, but once again Metrik’s long-standing musical vision has paid him dividends. Building on the sound he’s been honing since his first record, Metrik has evolved into an artist fuelled with confidence and exploding with fresh ideas. The release of his sophomore long player LIFE/THRILLS took Metrik to new heights, in terms of widespread critical acclaim, and artistic fulfilment. Lead track ‘Chasing Sunrise’ dominated the airwaves hitting the 1Xtra and Beats One playlist for 6 weeks and championed by Annie Mac, Danny Howard and Julie Adenuga.

Metrik has a fascination with how things fit together. His early inspirations have carved a path for him that is littered with achievements, and yet it feels like the main thing the drum & bass superstar has achieved is an inimitable musical vision. An artist who has always wanted to bring a futuristic edge to his music, Metrik has become an artist who shapes the future of music itself. His vision is brought to effortless fruition thanks to his romance with the past. And his determination for crafting a musical vision that reaches far into the future is what makes him one of the most important drum & bass artists of today.
Ownglow
Ownglow
Drum n Bass DJ & producer from Bournemouth, UK.
MC Dino
MC Dino
olorado junglists know him as MC Dino, the infamous 8-year resident of Breakdown Thursdays at the Snake Pit, the nation’s #1 Drum and Bass club night. The rock star emcee most notorious for his poetic genius with a microphone has commanded crowds at such well known and respected events as Cyberfest, Bassrush, Electric Daisy Carnival and countless other raves and festivals across the United States. Recognized for his high-energy lyrical prowess on the microphone, MC Dino is a crowd favorite on the mic and is an asset to any DJ he rhymes alongside.
Although Dino is not his given name, it is his preference and insists that the other is irrelevant. Though born in a small farming community in Northern Colorado, Dino spent time growing up in Mexico and various parts of California before returning to Colorado well over a decade ago. In high school he spent more time writing lyrics, songs, and practicing with bands in backyards than on his schoolwork. He began going to raves when he was 14, a time when raves were new and entirely underground. This exposure had great influence on him; electronic music provided a new medium and mode of tampering with instrumental sound. In this scene he also discovered jungle music and emceeing. Besides the obvious electronic movement that so dramatically shaped his personal musical efforts, Dino’s other prominent influences include Prince, Roni Size and Santana. Exposure to these along with an upbringing encouraging all music is especially evident in his individual work, emceeing, and collaborations with Urban Aboriginee.
In 1997 he set out as an emcee and, inspired by the aggressive new sound jungle provided, used it as an outlet for the poetry streaming through his head. By this time he had already taught himself to dj and moved between rhyming and spinning, while continuing to write his own music. 1998 proved a year of reckoning and direction. He started performing regularly at the Snake Pit on a night then called Plastic Thursdays that offered techno one half of the night and jungle the other. During this period Dino gathered his musically-inclined cohorts and formed a solid group called Urban Aboriginee. The idea behind Urban Aboriginee was to promote the various but sometimes neglected talents (emceeing, DJing, producing, etc) of his intimate circle. The name alludes to modern day tribesmen surviving the streets of a concrete jungle (the city). Urban Aboriginee was recognized throughout Denver for its dedication to Jungle music. For five years, UA sponsored Kombat Battle, a party that allows young deejays and MC’s to showcase their talent and provided an opportunity for up-and-comers to perform live in an actual party atmosphere.
In 2004 Dino was introduced to Divine Elements through the drum n bass scene when he moved to Los Angeles. Fast forward 6 years of non stop MCing for some of the biggest names in the business and the biggest festivals and night clubs across the United States and we find Dino falling into the front man position with D.E. He ended up filling the void Divine Elements had long been waiting to fulfill with a front man MC. Dino was a fluid fit in the dynamic super group. He now is a consistent, positive force in an already solid musical group, touring and writing music with them all the time .
During the for mentioned 6 year fast forward between 2004 and 2010, MC Dino has emceed for the greatest names in Drum and Bass, and Dubstep including Andy C, Shimon, Pendulum, Nero, Skrillex, Diesel Boy, AK1200, Dara, Bad Company, Mampi Swift, Teach Itch, and Craze, to name a few. Of course, he performs weekly and nationally as well as being featured on tracks produced by the likes of DJ Icee, Gridlok, Breakdown, Reidspeed, Divine Elements, and DJ Swamp. Other such accomplishments include co-creating Urban Aboriginee Records with his Partner Casey Bonse. Current works include on going production and live performance with Divine Elements, solo projects and audio engineering for various artists in the music community.
JuBee
JuBee
JuBee
Leader of JuBee and The Morning After
MC of Michal Menert Big Band
1/2 of Uncle Pizza
1/2 of City Council

HipHop/Rock/Funk/Poetry/Meme/EDM/Photography/Cheeseburger/Pizza
Hospital Records
Hospital Records
Hospital Records is an independent record label based in South London. Primarily releasing Drum+Bass, the label was started in 1996 by Tony Colman and Chris Goss, and has grown in recent years to become one of the most well known labels within UK dance music.

http://hospi.tl/hospitalrecordsyoutube

The label is home to artists such as High Contrast, London Elektricity, Danny Byrd, Netsky, Camo & Krooked, Logistics, Nu:Tone and Cyantific, but also releases tracks from a whole host of other artists across the D+B genre. From its HQ in Forest Hill, South London, Hospital also runs the more experimental label Med School, as well as publishing company "Songs In The Key Of Knife" and their worldwide events brand "Hospitality".
Re:Search Wednesdays
Re:Search Wednesdays
Euphonic Conceptions
Euphonic Conceptions
The Mile High Sound Movement
The Mile High Sound Movement
Denver based artist collective & record label
Party Guru Productions
Party Guru Productions
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/