The Floozies rolled into Denver, CO’s Mission Ballroom on Saturday night with their funk-inspired livetronica in tow.
Brothers Matt (producer, guitar) and Mark Hill (drums) curated a high energy dance party in the Mile High City, building a lineup consisting of various bass music sub-genres. Denver’s own Since JulEYE (Lev Averbakh) opened the show, before the Montreal-based Anomalie (Nicholas Dupuis) showed off his classically trained keyboard and production skills during his performance with a full band.
Before The Floozies’ headlining slot, the Boulder, CO native, SoDown (Ehren River Wright), kept the dance party raging with his cross-genre, saxophone-infused production.
It was then time for The Floozies to close out the night. The chemistry Matt and Mark Hill share has helped make The Floozies a resounding success. Each show is unique as the two never perform with a setlist. Their brains seemingly communicate without words, following in lockstep with every musical pivot. A broad spectrum of influences is visible through their catalog, everything from their funk roots to Amon Tobin.
Below, watch a fan-made recap video of the show. Scroll down for an image gallery of The Floozies at Mission Ballroom courtesy of photographer Andrew Rios.
The Floozies, SoDown, Anomalie, Since JulEYE Recap – 2/8/20
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The Floozies are about to embark on a lengthy Day Glow Funk Tour with SunSquabi this winter beginning on February 26th in Burlington, VT. Continuing through April, the tour will see support from Late Night Radio, Defunk, and Nobide. Click here for tickets and more information.
Additionally, Anomalie will make his way back to the U.S. when he performs at New York City’s Avant Gardner during Brooklyn Comes Alive on March 21st. He will be joined by Adam Deitch and MonoNeon for the one-of-a-kind collaboration.
The event will also include performances by Oteil & Friends, Turkuaz with special guests Cory Henry, Robert Sput Searight, and Nat Werth, a special Birds of a Feather set featuring members of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Goose, and much more. Visit the event website for tickets and more information.