[PREVIEW] What’s Going on at Temple This Weekend? (4/27 & 4/28)

Wax Motif – Main Room (Friday 4/27)

Looking for that intersection where hip-hop meets house meets pop? Wax Motif, otherwise known as Danny Chien, is a Sydney producer pioneering his own sound in the crowded world of Electronic Music. His releases on 3 of the genres premiere labels, Mad Decent, Confession, and Fool’s Gold, as well as collaborations and remixes, have traveled far and wide to propel Wax to the main-stage of Temple this weekend. Stay on the lookout for a brand new EP by Danny to be released on NightBass. Wax on, wax off, Mr. Miyagi.


BLU J – LVL (Friday 4/27)

Its a bird, its a plane, its a…nope I was right the first time, its a bird or at least sounds like a bird. BLU J is a producer duo from Vancouver and San Francisco crafting a euphoric blend of future bass that is undeniably groovy. Their SoundCloud feed is choc full of originals and remixes to premiere artists like ODESZA, Galimatias, A-Trak, Billie Eilish and more. Do some exploring on your own, and when you find yourself thrown down their rabbit hole, find some friends and come support their set this Friday night at Temple!


Posso – Main Room (Saturday 4/28)

 “Posso has garnered worldwide attention as DJs and avant-guarde designers. As DJs, Posso has performed at super clubs, fashion events, and festivals all around the world including Summer Sonic Music Festival in Japan, Hellow Music Fest in Mexico, Pacific Fest in Orange County and Holy Ship. In 2007, childhood friends Marylouise Pels and Vanessa Giovacchini of Posso launched their collaborative project of fashion forward leather spats and leather accessories worn by celebrities and musicians like Rihanna, Victoria Beckham and Katy Perry. Posso has designed a capsule clothing collection for Volcom for both Spring and Summer 2012, and is currently writing and co-producing an album of original dance music to be part of their live DJ show.”


Alexander Lewis – LVL (Saturday 4/28)

Alexander Lewis is the trombone badboy of dance music. One of the select producers who is comfortable rocking live instruments on their productions and in their live performances, Alexander has an extremely unique sound stemming from his unique ability with brass instruments. He attended the Manhattan School of Music where he linked up Brasstracks, JNTHN STEIN and the East-Cost Collective “Candid Music Group“. He continues to demonstrate a clever ability to produce hip-hop, R&B and other genres while showcasing his unique take on production and live instrumentation by performing in part as a live trombonist. Sharing the stage with artists Mr. Carmack, Lido, Big Gigantic, Griz, and Louis The Child, this is a performance you wont want to miss.


Call (303) 309-2144 or [email protected] 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.

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