Long time Colorado favorite Denis Jasarević, aka Gramatik, just announced his 2017 Red Rocks date and we are pumped. This is always one of our favorite shows of the season. Check out the official press release below for more info and to purchase your tickets.
JUNE 17, 2017
2016 was an exceptional year for NYC by-way-of Slovenia producer / DJ Gramatik. After teasing his upcoming album throughout 2015 at some of the biggest venues and festivals in the world, the Epigram LP finally dropped in March 2016 to wide acclaim from peers and critics alike. This served as a starting point for Gramatik’s enormous worldwide tour in support of the release, with highlights including an album release party at Zenith in Paris, Europe’s largest music festival Roskilde, and a New Year’s extravaganza with Bassnectar in Alabama.
Still, Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater remains one of Gramatik’s favorite places on Earth. Following 2015’s epic Blizzmatik show and last year’s reprise, he is making his annual return to the legendary amphitheater this spring with an all new support line-up and completely re-worked stage design. A trio of incredible artists have been invited to share the stage and add their own flavor to the unforgettable event. Making his Red Rocks debut, Mr. Carmack is a producer / DJ who is increasingly becoming one of the strongest voices of the undefined musical area between hip hop and electronic music. Also stepping up to the plate will be a young Canadian artist from Vancouver, Ekali, who already has a writing credit on the latest Drake record. Finally, Flamingosis, a music producer, beatboxer and DJ hailing from New Jersey will be hoping on the decks for a turn to show off his critically renowned sound.
Along with the new line-up of talent, Gramatik will be using the 2017 Red Rocks show to bring back the now re-worked Nikola Tesla-inspired stage design fans may remember from a few years back. Aside from the coil’s aesthetic appeal, the revamped design also functions more as a symbolic departure from the year 2016. For many, the year 2016 will be largely remembered for the countless tragedies and bizarre events that occurred, but more importantly, it was a year that intensified a feeling of pessimism for what the future holds. While we recoil from the shocking year that was 2016, it is also a time to remember we can always harness the good which exists inside every one of us, and continue to fight for a better world for all humanity.
It’s the year of the Re:Coil.
***Special fan experiences will be available with amenities ranging from a backstage tour of Red Rocks and photos inside the famous Red Rocks tunnel to an exclusive VIP soundboard viewing area and limited edition event poster. More details are available via CID Entertainment here: http://www.cidentertainm
Check Out The Re : Coil At Red Rocks Trailer Below:
Denis Jasarević, better known by his stage name- Gramatik, is an electronic artist, musician, and producer from Portorož, Slovenia. His styles and influences are mostly a blend of dubstep, electro, trip hop, hip hop, and glitch. He grew up influenced by American hip hop artists like RZA, Dr. Dre, DJ Premier, Tupac and European electronic scee and music of the early 2000.
Gramatik has released nin albums, three EPs, numerous singles and remixes, and was nominated for a European MTV Music Award in 2014. In 2013 he established his own record label, Lowtemp, allowing him to further realize his idea of music being a free medium. Soon after the launch Lowtemp started signing aspiring artists from all over the world.
2014 was a breakthrough year for Gramatik in Europe where he gained the level of attention he has seen throughout North America. On his three worldwide tours in support of Epigram, TAOR, and the LYM campaign, he performed to many sold out crowds in cities including Paris, New York, Chicago, Amsterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Munich, Copenhagen, Brussels, Red Rocks in Colorado, and huge crowds at major festivals like Lollapalooza, Coachella, Lollapalooza South America, Austin City Limits, Ultra, Bonnaroo, BUKU, Electric Forest, Electric ZOO, Decadence, Rock En Seine, Sziget, Sonar, Dour, and Glastonbury, amongst many.
In 2016, he released his latest album Epigram, followed by the extended Epigram Deluxe release with remixes and unreleased instrumentals at the end of the year. With many dates already announced and music collaborations in the works, 2017 looks to be another banner year for Gramatik.