Bringing in the spring time proper! Love and Light at Cervantes Masterpiece in Denver was the place to be on April 8th as the fresh jams kept coming from the first act until the last. You couldn’t ask for a better crowd for a show smack dab in the middle of the week, but like all Colorado shows, we rage it no matter what the day.
Opening up the night we had SIXIS, a mix between house and glitch hop with some psychedelic hints. The crowd was building at this point but the vibes as good as usual. The live art was starting to begin and the sense of a good night was upon us. The energy in the room started to build when Mr. Bill and his crazy fast drum and bass started, accompanied with a few slower tracks to set the mood. This was a great set with a lot of fun beats and transitions that kept the crowd engaged. Mr. Bill stayed on until about 12am as we all got ready for the headliner, Love and Light.
As the break between sets was happening more and more people began to show up ready for what became a true treat at the end of the night. The live art was coming along nicely and we were all witness to some truly amazing pieces. As the room filled and the lights dimmed, the time had finally come. It was about 12:30 when the music kicked on. Love and Light, some of the most grateful artists I’ve seen in awhile, came on and said thank you to the crowd before the show even began. It was time to get this party started.
From the first track to the last, Love and Light killed it with every song they played. Most were new and some were old but great nonetheless. There were glovers and poi spinners and people having fun everywhere throughout the venue. It’s hard to put a genre on Love and Light because they have a very unique sound but whatever it is, it’s nothing less than danceable. If you ever have the chance to check them out in a city near you, it’s highly recommended. As usual, the Colorado vibe was incredible along with the music, that is why Denver is becoming a top destination for music lovers from all over the country. I can’t say enough good things about Love and Light’s set at Cervantes and hope everyone who attended had just as much of a blast as I did. Until next time, Bass Feeds The Soul readers!
Written by: Shaun Kukla