Based out of the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado, Highline is a 7 piece outfit that combines traditional roots reggae and rocksteady with a contemporary reggae vibe. Seamlessly blending classic reggae tracks into heady originals, Highline knows how to start a dance party and keep it going. Featuring duel lead vocalists, a horn section and a collection of Denver music scene veteran's, Highline is sure to impress even the most discerning reggae fans. Whether it's their spaced out dubs, sultry lovers tunes, or heavyweight topical songs, their live shows have a bit of something for everyone. Highline has opened for national and international reggae greats such as: Sly and Robbie, Mykal Rose, Sister Carol, Freddy Mcgregor, Fortunate Youth, True Press, Fear Nuttin Band, and is currently working on their 2nd studio release.
The Hashtones are an American Reggae/Rock, Denver-based band. Formed in July of 2014, this trio can touch different genres of music and make it their own. Every song served presents a behind-the-scenes view of the success’ and failures of Stephen’s life that is skillfully told. From the trials of personal relationships and the angst of growing up, to the struggles of his friends lives, his home life, and major events taking place around the world today. Their music is a journey through the mind of a conflicted yet compassionate soul. The Hashtones love for life, humanity and good times is brilliantly conveyed and displayed first hand at their over the top high-energy live performances. From big muff shredding guitar solos, to deep rolling waves of bass, to the smooth love of a one drop on a drum kit, this band has a little bit to offer for everyone's taste and love for music. The band has some of the regions most talented and experienced musicians, and each member just seems to add the right piece to the puzzle behind every song. A band you don't want to miss if you're in the Front Range area.
The Outer Vibe
Through their music and live performance, The Outer Vibe captures a "Big America" energy that is larger than a 1960s Detroit assembly line. Their sound is a collage of the motor city's passion and power, the upbeat, good feelings of the West coast, and a cinematic southwestern nostalgia, a blend they like to call "surf disco." The familiar, organic music supports a positive lyrical message of perseverance, maintaining relationships, and a carefree lifestyle.
The Outer Vibe's latest music was created in collaboration with producer Brad Dollar (Grateful Dead, Keb-Mo, The National) and mastering engineer Joe LaPorta (The Foo Fighters, Imagine Dragons, Vampire Weekend) and will be released in early 2015. They filled their studio with dusty vintage amps and keyboards and vintage-modeled microphones to accurately capture the sounds they desired.