Hailing from London, Gaudi, known by many as the king of world bass, is back in North America and is scheduled to make an appearance at Cervantes on October 24th in Denver, Colorado. Along for the ride will be Kaminanda, Cualli, and Digital Vagabond, all of whom are know to captivate crowds across the Americas and beyond.
Having last released ‘Dub, Sweat, & Tears’ in December 2014, it’s expected Gaudi has some new material to play for the world. Gaudi’s live performance features synthesizers, CDJ’s, a theramin, sometimes one of the top vocalists in the world, and his own unique ability to improvise and create an unforgettable arrangement of music right in front of your eyes.
Ganjaology will be giving away a pair of tickets for this show, If you’d like to enter to win, follow the easy steps below.
1. Follow Ganjaology on Facebook – 2. Tag a friend you’d like to attend the show with – 3. Share the event on your page –
Winners will be announced on October 22nd!
See you at Cervantes!
This Saturday, May 11th, will mark the day of a celebration of one of the most sacred plants on earth, Cannabis. This march has taken place for many years in the past, however this year is particularly special. It is the first year that the Cannabis Freedom March, is indeed, taking place in a state where Cannabis is LEGAL. With the recent passing of I-502, and the simultaneous legalization in Colorado, the end of 2012 made history as the most positive event to happen regarding drug policy reform in the US.
On Saturday at 11am in Volunteer Park, Capitol Hill, Seattle, join as the city makes a two-mile march that will head down to West Lake park accompanied by live bands and a hearse which is representative of the “Death Of Prohibition”. There will be live music and guest speakers from around the state at the starting and ending point of the parade.
If you voted for I-502 and have any involvement with the cannabis culture or are just plain interested in learning more about it, then join Ganjaology and a massive crew of others as we celebrate this weekend.
Big up yaself!
After a successful showcase at Decibel Festival last weekend, Bassdrop is taking no breaks and getting ready for another bass filled night, this time, featuring VibeSquad and Opiuo. The party is taking place this coming Saturday at Chop Suey (definitely one of my favorite venues in Seattle!) on Capitol Hill and will kick off with the support of Bassdrop artist Pressha, and Supervision. Tickets are $15 if you buy ’em in advance, and a little bit more at the door. I’d say just buy your ticket now and make sure you’re locked in for the party! Okay enough reading…it’s time for you to check out the superb sounds of VibeSquad, Opiuo, Supervisoin, and Pressha!
This is the kick start to a having the freshest and most stress free day of your week. Russ Liquid…on a Saturday morning…with a fatty spliff… on the front stoop…accompanied by a mimosa (no not the artist). Sound alright to you? Okay, perfect, have fun and enjoy!
The Californian bass scene is ON FIRE. GOD DAMN!