This week’s Electronic Tuesday at The Black Box in Denver hosted the very talented Mystic State. Normally, the project is a duo but for this show, it was just one […]
This week’s Electronic Tuesday at The Black Box in Denver hosted the very talented Mystic State. Normally, the project is a duo but for this show, it was just one member. The Bristol duo is known for their eclectic catalog of music, ranging from DnB, dubstep, and other, more ambient frequencies. What made this night even more special, was that it was in The Lounge, the smaller room at The Black Box, and a much more intimate feel.
Seeing an artist up close and personal like that only adds to the experience, and really makes you appreciate being able to share in the artists, and attendees’ passions so much more. Everyone on the lineup that night crushed their sets, especially Don Jamal, who was the direct support for Mystic State. His track selection did not disappoint and he really amped up the energy in the crowd through his seamless mixing skills and ability to command the dance floor.
After that, Mystic State came on and took all of us on a journey through genres, whether it was drum and bass, more ambient sounds, or tracks that leaned more on the 140 side of things. After waiting to catch a set, I’m grateful it was in such an intimate setting, and hopefully the next time, I’ll be able to see both members together.
Thank you as always to the Sub.mission team for putting on such amazing shows and bringing the best of the best to Denver, and for having us out to cover these shows.
Check out Mystic State’s latest EP The Last Lotus on Deep, Dark, and Dangerous below: