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With 2018 behind us, 2019 lineups are dropping fastttttt. As I am still recovering from the holidays, and Decadence, I was excited to hear the self proclaimed “sad boi”, Illenium, announced he will be playing two nights are Red Rocks this year. Friends are already on the hunt for tickets to either of Shpongle’s two nights of sold out shows. Another announcement that had me jumping off the couch is that of Arise Music Festival, with their announcement of Tipper times two. Bring on the aliens!

As we make the years’ transition into next music season, we gear up for hot festie lineups and cold smoke breaks at Cervantes. MHSM artists Lucid Vision & Homemade Spaceship will headline this special winter show at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom on January 18th, and they will certainly bring the heat. The show is featuring a support set from Borahm Lee (of Pretty Lights Live & Break Science) who will be performing his “Key-J” set, and support from Totem, and Still Point.

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Lucid Vision’s new EP “Through The Aether” came out last week. The Single, ‘The Fifth Element’, is a beautiful melody accented with harmonic vocals that lead into the glitchy drop. His remix of The Glitch Mob’s, How Could This Be Wrong is another striking song, again leading with vocals that mix into the wave of soft whispers and demanding chants as the drums beat. He also recently just supported The Glitch Mob on their Colorado tour.

Homemade Spaceship remix of Defunk’s Cant Buy Me ft Megan Hamilton, is one of my favorite remixes as the guitar brings a sassy vibe that compliments the lyrics while the electronic and hip hop aspect give it a “gangster” edge like no other. A collaboration with SoDown on Stand Up brings more of a hardcore reggae vibe, reminiscent of Ganja White Night, who has announced a their 2019 4/20 show here in Denver, so get your blunts rolled.

With an opening “Key-J” set from Borahm Lee, a multitalented musician who has played with Pretty Lights Live a multitude of times while holding down his half of the dynamic duo that is Break Science with Adam Deitch, this night is definitely starting the 2019 year on the correct beat.

Huge shout out to our main sponsor Universal Herbs for their support on this show!

Arise Music Festival has teamed up with MHSM yet again for the 2019 festival. As we anticipate the lineup coming soon, we’re grateful for their support on this show.

Be sure to look out for some MHSM talent on the lineup coming soon, and grab your tickets at the cheapest price.


Carly Bader

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