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Kill Paris

Corey Baker AKA “Kill Paris” is definitely climbing his way through the ranks in the EDM world. In such a short amount of time, Kill Paris has gone from being an Ableton Live instructor, to up and coming electronic music phenomenon. Recently, Kill Paris has made an appearance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, and has also been in the studio with the super explosive producer “Sound Remedy”.

All of us here at Crunchy Creationz have mad respect for Kill Paris because we can relate, and are very influenced by his ambition. He goes to show that you can achieve anything that you want in life. Only thing is, you have to go for it……

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*We’ve never posted this many songs from 1 artist on this blog only because we haven’t found 1 artist with this many nasty tracks. Besides GRiZ….

Inside The Brain of the Robotic Pirate Monkey…

Recently, Crunchy Creationz had the chance to talk with Robotic Pirate Monkey and get some insights on what fuels this Boulder-based electronic dubstep group. The group consists of three extremely talented producers whom are Matt Berryhill, Matt Flesher and Andrew Hathawa. In this interview, the guys behind the music speak on how they came together to form the group Robotic Pirate Monkey, how they stay busy in their free time, and shed some light on what they’re doing to prepare for their first appearance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, coming up this fall. In my brief time that I had to speak with these guys, I found out that they’re super down to earth and just like to keep it crunchy and get down like the rest of us. Enjoy!                                       [READ FULL ARTICLE]

Bassnectar sells out Red Rocks

Bassnectar has proven time after time that he is the King of Bass by providing one of the sickest live shows in the world. Red Rocks Amphitheater holds roughly 10.000 people and he easily sold out tonight and tomorrow nights shows. Like Lorin says, it’s alot more than just seeing a show, but it’s about coming together and being a part of something. It’s hard to grasp this concept until you actually get out and see it for yourself, so if you haven’t had the opportunity I highly suggest it. Here’s a clip from last years show and stay tuned for some of our footage from both nights after the events are over. Stay Crunchy Peeps!!

Global Dub Festival Review

Red Rocks Amphitheater hosted this years Global Dub Festival last night in Morrison, CO. The festival was almost like a roller coaster of intensity throughout the night. Canadian native “Downlink” made sure the sold out amphitheater was awake when he brought his super heavy bass and dirty, grimey style right off the bat. Datsik came along soon after and didn’t quite make the powerful statement that Downlink did. I’d say Datsik’s set was “predictable”. Highly anticipated UK performer “Doctor P” threw it down like a boss. The confidence and skill that he showed was rather impressive, and the bass that he sent out literally took your breath away. “Thank you Red Rocks . . . . changed my life tonight” is what Flux Pavilion posted soon after he performed. His set, in my opinion, was “OK”. Don’t get me wrong, he threw down super hard as his set included some of his hits “I Can’t Stop”,”Bass Cannon”,”Louder”, and “Daydreamer”. The only things that I didn’t like was that Flux played 3 songs that Doctor P played and some of his new tracks were almost trancy and monotonous with no big drops. Towards the end of his set I made the climb to the top of Red Rocks and couldn’t help but smile as I overlooked 10,000 raging fans, the Denver skyline, and Flux Pavilion while he dropped “Haunt You”. Overall, I feel like the festival was put together very well, but I thought Flux went away from the theme “Dub” with some of the tracks that he played. The expericence was unreplicable and for that reason I give it a 4 out of 5.

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