Monday, July 21, 2014

Show Review — Luvbass @ Sauced 7/19

Michelle Nhin, Luvbass, Sauced, Paseo, Mark Taylor, Aaron Morgan, Frank Grimes, House, Drum and Bass, EDM, Rave, Electronic Dance Music, Sign, Vinyl, Banner, Oklahoma City, Shawn Kelevra Michelle Nhin, Luvbass, Sauced, Paseo, Mark Taylor, Aaron Morgan, Frank Grimes, House, Drum and Bass, EDM, Rave, Electronic Dance Music, Painting, Art, Mural, Graffiti, Oklahoma City, Shawn Kelevra

OKLAHOMA CITY — In the corner of the Paseo district there is Sauced on Paseo. Not your typical location for some DJs, but Sauce on the Side had LuvBass productions light up the night with some electronic beats. With the live band outdoors and the perfect weather, it was hard to pull away. But, the bass took me indoors.

Michelle Nhin, Luvbass, Sauced, Paseo, Mark Taylor, Aaron Morgan, Frank Grimes, House, Drum and Bass, EDM, Electronic Dance Music, Rave, Vinyl, Turntables, Oklahoma City, Shawn Kelevra
Mark Taylor // Photo by Shawn Kelevra 

Mark Taylor and Aaron Morgan have been switching on and off since 9. Being the co-captains for the production group, they like to start things off. Like all local venues, the night started off slow. The duo mixed some cool funky tunes then into heavier bass with a really awesome tribute to Porter Robinson by Mark Taylor. People came and went, none too interested in the actual music as they were in the lasers. Sadly, DJ Diverse did not feel too well so Mark and Aaron played for two hours before the next DJ.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

The Adventures of the EDM Zombie: The Outbreak Tour


Zomboy, Cookie Monsta, and Eptic invaded Tulsa at the Cain's Ballroom on July 9th.  It was a hot evening, but that didn't stop the music and crowd from coming alive!  For the majority, the crowd was on the younger side, but the vibe was right.  The Cain's has never disappointed me, with a superb sound system and the crowd is there for the unity of the music.  I definitely met some great people that night, from Batgirl, to Gumby, to the the guy in the biohazard threads that could shuffle.  On a whole, the show was completely worth the price.


Eptic started our evening with some dark and fast dubstep, mixing in some house, and electro as well. The whole crowd was already jumping. His energy flew across the crowd from the very beginning.