List’n Up: Five Shows to See This Week (May 22-28)

Quite a variety of music this week in Denver. There is everything from trance to trap, something for everyone to enjoy. As usual, this list is far from all inclusive, so head over to the homepage if you can’t find something you like. We all want to see Odesza at Red Rocks, but sadly that was sold out the day it went up, so enjoy the rest of Denver’s amazing music scene!

5. Paul Van Dyke at Beta Nightclub (Thursday)

Image may contain: 1 person, textFor fans of trance, you do not want to miss the legend Paul Van Dyk this Thursday at Beta. The man needs no introduction, there’s a reason he has been in the game for so long! Be prepared for a night of euphoria and amazement as PVD will leave you in a dreamstate. Beta is also celebrating their 9 year anniversary, so come party!





4. RL Grime at Beta Nightclub (Friday)

Image may contain: 1 person, mountain and textDon’t feel like hitting Beta on Thursday? Well you’re in luck, because the magnificent RL Grime is coming for Gravity Fridays. Hailing from New York, this artist has been making a massive name for himself with a seamless blending of rap and electronic music. Seeing as how he headlines festivals all across the US and the world, seeing him up close and personal at Beta will be a treat!



3. Malaa at Gothic Theater (Saturday)

Image may contain: one or more peopleWho is Malaa? Good question, perhaps you can figure it out if you go witness the mysterious masked DJ at the Gothic Theater this Saturday. Spinning all things bass house and a special EXTENDED set, be ready for a solid night of guess work and bass as you rack your brain. To top it off, one of our favorite Denver artists, Action 52, will be making a long-awaited return. Support game strong.





2. Boogie T at The Black Box (Saturday)

Any fans of riddim out there? I have a treat for you this weekend! Come to The Black Box for a night of solid bass music with Boogie T. This producer has been pushing the boundaries of dubstep and making a name for himself as a fiery DJ in the process. You do not want to sleep on this, as if you need a reason to go to Black Box.







1. Graves x Josh Pan at Club Vinyl (Thursday)

Image may contain: 1 person, textWho’s ready to go down the rabbit hole? Hailing from Honolulu, HI, Graves has been making the rounds in the EDM world as an artist that pushes the boundaries of music. His sound has evolved and expanded so much that it’s impossible to deny his production prowess. His set will not disappoint fans of experimental trap and hip-hop. Josh Pan is another notable name in this same music realm, making a name for himself in New York City. His songs masterfully blend hip hop and electronic and will be the perfect compliment to graves at Club Vinyl.


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Hey there, I'm Alan. I grew up in Cincinnati, then following high school I joined the United States Marine Corps. While I was stationed in Hawaii I went to my first electronic show. Since then it's been a long and wild ride. As a metal-head in high school, I naturally gravitated to the heavier side of EDM like dubstep and hardstyle. However, tastes are changing and I also enjoy the mellower side of life. I moved to Denver upon leaving the USMC, and I'm currently attending Metropolitan State University studying Environmental Science, where I also discovered a calling for writing.