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Joining us for Night 2 of our 2 night run will be Future Joy out of Denver, CO. These guys are not to be missed!
Disco. Metal. House. These three words form the mission statement adopted by the dance powerhouse experience that is Bad Dagger. Bursting onto the scene in 2012, Bad Dagger began with Cameron Reel (music production, synths and bass guitar) and Eddie Roodvoets (drums, samples, and triggers). This duo stunned and entertained audiences with there unique brand of Disco/Metal/House or Electrosexymetal, as their style has been called. Extremely danceable, this act has a tendency to switch gears without warning. This makes it possible to touch on a wide array of genres in each set. Bad Dagger makes use of this versatility with relentless passion and energy.
In the fall of 2016, Brice Jones (guitar) was added to the lineup. Without knowing how a guitar player would fit in with their style, Cameron and Eddie were immediately floored by the element that Brice brings to the music. Brice’s instincts and artistic taste were spot on right away, adding a crucial ands melodic balance to the band. Although they have similar influences in music, each member has a unique taste and sensibility. This helps add to the evolution of the unique brand of music they have developed.
Bad Dagger – The world’s original innovators of and only true source for pure, high-grade Electrosexymetal
Future Joy is an invigorating and refreshing addition to EDM. Debuting their first album, frontman Zach Simms performs on the saxophone, dj’ing with Frederic Park on the drums; Future Joy is a stellar fusion of Electronic Music with a taste of Sax and Soul! Straight out of the Milehigh City, Future Joy covers an array of sub genres in electronic dance music from dubstep to house to glitch hop to vaporwave. “The possibilities are limitless, and that’s something Future Joy proves in their debut self-titled album. A reflection of the Denver electronic scene today, Future Joy is a collaborative piece that pulls from many genres to create a sound that’s recognizable yet fresh. Iconic electronic music drops are met with some of the sexiest saxophone serenades your ears will ever hear. The boys are on a serious mission to get you laid.” (303 Magazine). Future Joy is the party you want to attend.
Even though Future Joy is a brand spanking new band, Simms and Park are no strangers to performance, having shared the stage with George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Melvin Seals (Grateful Dead), Mickey Avalon, Boombox, Champagne Drip, and The Motet.
Through synchronicity Simms and Park met in the Colorado Music Scene and have been best friends ever since, essentially brothers. Working tirelessly to create this tasteful, soulful album, “Future Joy”, is here to hydrate your thirsty ear holes.