Our friends at Doperoots teamed up with Audiomack and X-Games to bring No Ends to Denver. This unique event combines Hip Hop, EDM, and Action sports culture for a multifaceted party unlike any other. The Denver edition of No Ends featured a heavy hitting lineup including Baauer, Cousin Stizz, Lil Skies, and a surprise performance from Audiopush among others. The skaters threw down all night, and the arcade and tattoo booths towards the back were a perfect break from the mayhem when needed. Blake Jackson captured the action, check out the photos below!
NYC Based record label Doperoots has teamed up with X-Games and Ferg to create No Ends, a perfect fusion of action sports, hip hop and edm featuring and onsite skate park, musical performances and much more. The event debuted in NYC, but they are now bringing this unique party experience to Denver on Jan 21st at Exdo Event center, and it’s not one to miss. Set for Jan. 21st, the week before the Winter X Games take over Colorado, No Ends will deliver a diverse lineup of performances that includes Baauer, Cousin Stizz, Lil Skies, MTN Men, TJ Mizell, Jayceeoh, RHÊTORÍK, TGUT, Lenny Emery, Playpat, Smokeasac and Dylan St. John, and a very special guest. Get tickets here and get in on the fun!
Gramatik has been making a name for himself for nearly a decade with his unique take on electronic music. As fellow stoners we love his laid back hip hop vibes, and his live shows are always a great time. He’s on tour now in support of his new Re:Coil Part 1 EP, which is somewhat of a departure from his classic sound. If you’re in the Northwest be sure to catch Gramatik at the Roseland Theatre in downtown Portland this February to see what he has in store.
Red Rocks season is just around the corner, and today we’re thrilled to announce that we’re partnering with Zeds Dead to present their fifth consecutive annual Dead Rocks event! In addition to the announcement, we’re excited to add that Dead Rocks will expand to a two-night run on July 2 and 3 of 2018.
Before fame, Bryson Tiller was a struggling musician and often slept in his car. Now he is selling out huge venues at a $65 ticket. If your in the Santa Ana area be sure to check him out at The Observatory, Fri, Dec 29th. Get your tickets here.
A$AP Ferg has proven that he’s here to stay as he continues dropping consistent quality music and keeps a rigorous tour schedule. He’s just announced his latest, the ‘Mad Man’ tour, set to hit more than 30 cities including a stop at The Roseland Theater in Portland on March 22nd. Joined by popular artists IDK, and Denzel Curry, it’s sure to be a dope show!
RL GRIME isn’t your average trap DJ/producer, he operates on a higher taste level, and does everything with intention and skill. On the heels of his annual Halloween Mix (on of our favorite drops every year) RL is on the road for his NOVA world tour. At his 1st Bank Center appearance in Colorado, RL had the whole building lit. Flexing a brand new elevating stage set up unlike any set up we’ve seen, RL Grime reminded us why he’s one of the most respected DJ’s in the game with an epic performance blending Trap, Hip Hop, and a variety of bass music genres.
Action Bronson is one of our favorite weed smoking entertainers in the world right now, and he was in our home state of Colorado this week, so it was only right that we caught his show at the Boulder Theater. He rocked a dope set with a few old tracks and the majority of his latest album, Blue Chips 7000. Our friend Blake Jackson captured the mayhem, check it out below!
Hip hop artist and cannabis aficionado Action Bronson has garnered the adoration of legions of fans over the last few years, dropping several projects and working with the likes of A$AP Rocky, Mac Miller, The Alchemist and many more. Known for his outlandish style, Action blends comedy and other unexpected antics into his verbose lyrics making him unlike any artist out right now. He’s also a bona fide celebrity chef and youtube personality as the host of F*ck, That’s Delicious, his own series on Vice.
OTOW and Bizarre Ride Live Present: BIZARRE RIDE LIVE Feat. FAT LIP & SLIMKID3 (formerly of The Pharcyde) present the iconic album Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde in its entirety. w/ K Natural (Bad Boy) & DJ Manwell Plus Special Guests Khingz, Mic Flont & Massiah of OTOW Gang.
We teamed up with our friend DJ Low Key to create DotDotDot, a one of a kind party experience at The Metlo in Denver. Powered by Doctor’s Orders Dispensary and Cannabis Queen edibles, the event featured a three course cannabis infused dinner, roll-your-own-joint stations, as well as a rooftop a rooftop dance party with DJ’s and performances including DJ Sounds Supreme, CRL CRRLL, Sur Ellz, Sedrick Ave and more. Turnout was great and we had a blast, check out the photos below, and join our email list to get your invite for the next one!
The Blackstar show at the Novo originally scheduled for October 1, 2017 has been postponed to October 30, 2017 due to illness of one of the members. All tickets that were purchased for the original date will be honored on the postponed date. Black Star, formed by MCs Mos Def and Talib Kweli, is affiliated with the group is DJ Hi-Tek, who formed producer/MC duo Reflection Eternal with Kweli for the album Train of Thought and produced a portion of Black Star’s debut album.
Tropicalia Fest at The Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, California on Sat Nov 11, 2017 comes with free tacos. Admission includes free All You Can Eat Tacos until 4pm! Lineup is dope too.
Mad Decent’s Party Favor brought his A-Game for his headlining performance at The Fox Theatre in Boulder CO this week. Performing a slew of new music & edits as well as some fan favorites, and the crowd was energized and inspired. He brought full production to the cozy Fox Theatre making it an extra special night. Check out the photo recap below courtesy of our friend Blake Jackson (@Jake_Blackson) and see what you missed!
ComplexCon is an expertly curated convention and festival bringing the world of Complex to life. This is our generation’s world fair. The minds behind Complex have come together with a Host Committee led by our Cultural Director/Executive Chair Pharrell Williams, legendary artist Takashi Murakami, Off-White designer and founder Virgil Abloh, Colette co-founder Sarah Andelman, reggaeton superstar J. Balvin, and actor/activist Jaden Smith.