Bass music, a thumping sound system, and a dark warehouse sound like a perfect night out. This Friday, March 10th, Mountain High Collective makes its Detroit debut with a hefty […]
Bass music, a thumping sound system, and a dark warehouse sound like a perfect night out. This Friday, March 10th, Mountain High Collective makes its Detroit debut with a hefty lineup. CLB, Omnist, dêtre, and Torcha comprise one of the wickedest underground bass shows the Mitten State has seen in a while. There’s a flavor for everyone at Mountain High Collective: The Detroit Experiment, as the artists’ styles include drum & bass, dubstep, halftime, and freeform bass. With sound provided by BassBoss, this is undoubtedly a fantastic night of music from start to finish.
Location: 2804 Wight St. Detroit, MI
CLB cut his teeth in the Chicago house and footwork scene before his style turned darker. He now specializes in drum & bass and deep dubstep and quickly garnered attention from industry vets and fans alike for his heavy distorted sound. His set from this past Lunar Tide was one of the festival’s standouts.
Hailing from Denver, Omnist won fans over with his lush soundscapes and outstanding sound design. Dabbling in subgenres including hip-hop, drum & bass, and glitch-hop, Omnist displays great sonic cohesion by relying on heavily distorted neuro bass.
dêtre’s music is perfect for the warehouse, as he employs deep low-end bass and utilizes minimalism in his songwriting to accentuate his bass leads. Crisp percussion and cut-up hip-hop vocals are also present in many of his tracks. He made quite the name for himself in the Detroit area and is ready to take the rest of the country by storm.
Toronto-based Torcha makes his long-awaited US debut at The Detroit Experiment. He has already received praise from numerous industry icons for his dubstep sound that’s true to the genre’s roots. His dubplates are sure to shake the system and get people moving.
Michigan’s newest promoter Mountain High Collective broke into the scene by hosting artists like Tape B, Kirby Bright, and Mt. Analogue, among others. The collective looks to bring fresh lineups and events to the Mitten state after a run in Colorado, and The Detroit Experiment is set to be the first of many.
Tickets for Mountain High Collective: The Detroit Experiment can be purchased here. With vendors, artists, and world-class music, this is a night you will not want to miss!