Weekend's best dance bets: Eats Everything, Pete Moss, VibeSquaD, Mord Fustang and more
Friday night is going to kick this weekend off with a bang, and Saturday night is going to be truly killer, with Eats Everything (among several more out-of-town guests at one party), Pete Moss, Colorado's own VibeSquaD with Phutureprimitive and much more providing the soundtrack to your weekend. Feel like dancing? You've come to the right place. We've got a full run down of all your options. Page down to take a peek at this weekend's best dance bets.
Well Tune Events is teaming up with Lumonics once more for the latest in the Tune In Fridays series, featuring DJ Ghetto and Tony Cassette, plus Hobo Bob, Dave Parrish, Danny B and Hazy Meadow vs. B.Funky. The entry fee also includes free water. (9 p.m., all ages, $15)
Bassic Fridays will live up to its name once again at Beta tonight; joining locals Ishe and Sureshot is drum-and-bass and dubstep artist Breakage. Between the bass and the sound system on Beta's dance floor, it's sure to be a memorable evening. Plus, if you're already planning on heading to March Madness tomorrow night (more on that later), you'll get in free before 11 p.m. for the official pre-party in the Beatport Lounge with P.U.N.C.H.I.S., so consider buying those tickets a day early. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)
The Wasabi series continues to heat up Cedar's in the Millennium Harvest Hotel Hotel in Boulder tonight with Buddha Bomb, Paradigm and E11even playing psytrance, tribal beats and more. (9 p.m., $5)
Dirtybird's Eats Everything will be making his first-ever Denver appearance and no doubt delighting the underground house devotees at the March Madness; also playing to the crowd will be Lorenzo Bartoletti all the way from Italy (also in his first-ever Denver appearance), Dela, Ardalan and Bam Bam Buddha, plus locals Devious D, Josh Manke, Nutmeg and Tony Rodelli. It all goes down at the Rino Sport Galleri. (10 p.m., 21+, $20-$50)
Vinyl's bringing in Mord Fustang, Miles Dyson, Hypster and Joe Garson for the Plasma Pool Tour 2012, plus Mind Heist in the glass lounge. Get your dancing shoes ready, because it's going to be a long night. (9 p.m., 18+, $20 in advance, $25 day of show)
Once again, Supernova and the Funky Buddha present House Revival, this week featuring producer and mixer extraordinaire Pete Moss in from Philadelphia, plus Omaha's Tres Johnson and Brett Starr himself. As always, the three artists will take turns spinning in-the-round behind the decks for a three-way set that lasts all night. (9 p.m., 21+, no cover)
Easy Killer brings its party to Denver with Ivy, Ejay, Khalib and special guest Bones chilling down the tempos to just the right temperature at 2200. (9 p.m., 21+, $5)
When it comes to the glitchy, intelligent-leaning bass lovers, there's no better dance move on Saturday night than VibeSquaD at Summit Music Hall; the glitch groover is one of the country's best, and Phutureprimitive's amazingly complex dubby sounds will also be on display, along with Eskmo. All in all, Re:Creation has outdone itself with this event. (8:30 p.m., 18+, $15-$18 in advance, $20 at the door)
Riva Starr's messy tech-house will join the sounds of regulars Dragon and Wolfe at Beta on Saturday night; the synth master is sure to bring the funk to the floors. (9 p.m. 18+, $10)
It's Crash Saturday (and very bass-heavy) at Crash 45 with MoTheRShiP and DungeonBassMinistry with DJ Ax*s, PD Roc vs. Proteje, John Phelps, Safety Tom, Mass Destriktion, Pushreset, N Ya Bass, Skitzone and ST5K. (no cover)
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