What are you thankful for this year? Of course, we are all thankful for our friends and family, but we must not forget to give thanks for loud music, lasers, LED’s and smoke machines. We must be thankful for the electronic music scene that has evolved within Denver, and with it, the newest edition to our nightlife scene, Temple. So why not wash down your turkey dinner this weekend with an unforgettable night on the town with GTA, Vicetone, and Brohug?
Slide right into thanksgiving with Temple’s first Wednesday night set by GTA, as the Florida duo provides a pre-turkey-day throw-down. GTA’s debut album Good Time Ahead, dropped in 2016, filled with stunning songs which have been in heavy rotation ever since. The album had features from What So Not to Vince Staples, and in true GTA style, refused to stick to a single genre. Before that, songs like Red Lips received remix after remix by artists from Skrillex to Dillon Francis and their Boy Oh Boy turned Missy Elliot into the voice of the dancefloor. Ill leave you with a quote from their press kit:
Thirty push-ups and a shot of tequila each: that’s all the preparation Julio Mejia and Matt Toth need to throw down a killer set
Let Vicetone bring you out of your inevitable food coma on Friday with their harmonic, melody driven, Big Room. The Dutch duo have released tracks on labels like Protocol Recordings, Monstercat, Spinnin Records, Armada Music, Revealed Recordings, Ultra Records, and Dim Mak Records. In September 2014, Vicetone scored the official aftermovie soundtrack to Ultra’s legendary Miami Music Festival. For this unique opportunity, the single titled “United We Dance” was created specifically for UMF’s 15-minute short film which features highlights, clips, and a glimpse into the minds of world renowned DJs during the famed Miami festival. For the project, Vicetone wrote and composed a unique and original score comprised of cinematic and contemporary orchestral elements with high energy dance parts to showcase their individualistic style of dance music like never before.
Last but not least comes a Saturday night with BroHug, three dudes from Stockholm who manufacture a unique blend of bass house. Their soundcloud page has been pumping out track after track, each one of them different from the next. If you haven’t heard their signature “brohouse” yet, now is the time to check it out!
Call (303) 309-2144 or firstname.lastname@example.org for bottle service. Temple is a 21+ Nightclub
About Temple Nightclub
Founded in San Francisco, Temple is an opulent nightlife destination with performances from world renown DJs with premiere VIP service. Their second location will open doors in Denver this October. The high-energy compound was conceived on the building blocks of cutting-edge technology integrated with modern design concepts as one component to a bigger picture of the Zen Compound. Temple Nightclub maintains their focus on service, design, and innovation offering their clientele a world-class, elevated experience. Temple is a 21+ Nightclub. Temple is located at 1136 Broadway Street and is open Fridays & Saturdays from 9p.m-2a.m. For more information, call 303.309.2144 or visit www.templedenver.com.