Bass of the Mondays: sandose | SimFoniX | Shakra | Mama Mk | de Leo
Justin Wolbrink, the person behind the Denver-based artist sandose, brings a unique style and blend of music to the table that can not be heard anywhere else. The mix of organic and inorganic sounds he uses creates a dynamic psychedelic atmosphere that meshes with driving synth lines and thick sub-basses seamlessly. His productions and live shows contain a wide variety of music that can hit all different energy levels, emotions, and genres but still makes sense and forms a coherent and defined story.
Exploring alternative ways to make music with a message but I don't want to take myself too seriously
Bass music duo from Denver Colorado, our project plays on the idea of the seven chakras and their symbolism as a means for self-exploration.
Growing up in the booming music scene of Denver, CO I developed a passion for music very early on. After discovering electronic music production and DJing in high school, I fell in love with the creation and mixing aspect of music and haven't looked back since.
Tony De Leo, better known as de Leo, is an electronic music artist hailing from the suburbs of Milwaukee, WI. de Leo got his start making music in his college dorm room shortly after attending festivals such as Electric Forest and Lollapalooza, venturing into hip-hop influenced trap, halftime, and experimental bass.
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