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Concert Review #1: Project Aspect & PantyRaid

December 3 was an absolutely sold out night at the Boulder Theater. With a venue occupancy of around 1000, the show was an absolutely packed and wild party. Project Aspect started off the night at around 9pm, playing a fantastic all-original set and starting the show off on a more downtempo melodic note. In order to get the crowd ready for the insanity that was PantyRaid’s performance, Project Aspect worked the crowed into a wild frenzy with his increasingly crunk beats and energetic melodies. It is absolutely impossible to watch Project Aspect perform without being drawn into his presence on the stage. With seemingly the slightest of effort, he pours his heart and soul into every song, and you can always read his passion in the expression on his face. Project Aspect is no opener, if you have a chance to see him perform, take it!

PantyRaid came onstage at the perfect time for their performance. Composed of the all-star duo of Ooah (from the GlitchMob) and MartyParty, PantyRaid perfectly utilized the wild and frenetic energy raging through the crowd at the end of Project Aspect’s set. The duo had an amazing dynamic and it was clear from both their on-stage interactions as well as the quality of their set that they have great artistic chemistry. At the end of an extraordinary 2+ hour set during which multiple girls had to be “escorted” off stage and ejected as a result of their attempts to reach the energetic duo, Ooah finally announced his profound love for Boulder, Colorado, and the party of epic proportions that took place at the Boulder Theater the night of December 3.

(Ooah is on the Left, MartyParty is on the right)

Be sure to check out some of the new music put out by both MartyParty and Ooah, as well as Mile High Sound Movement’s very own Project Aspect!

Newest Track By Ooah:

While You’re Away I Wait, To Crumble In Your Arms by OOAH

PantyRaid Mini Mix:




Unlimited Gravity: Glitch-Hip Anonymous

That’s right, Unlimited Gravity AND Project Aspect are playing in Fort Collins, Colorado at the Aggie Theatre the day after thanksgiving….and its FREE! Yep, I said it, free show featuring both shining stars of the Mile High Sound Movement. If you are going to be in town for Thanksgiving, you might as well make it out to this show and extend your festivities!

Even better news, Unlimited Gravity just released his next track on the Unlimited Gravity SoundCloud titled “Glitch-Hop Anonymous”. Yet another wonderful story by Ronnie Weberg expressed through this all original hyphy-glitch-hop adventure. From the glitziest arpeggios to the dirtiest wobble breaks, Unlimited Gravity knows how to keep you loving every second of it. Check out the track while its hot and grab it when its released on his next EP!

If you aren’t sure if you want to go to the show, check out this video and consider the issue again!


Mile High Christmas!!!!

(Flyer Courtesy Cloud-D)

I saw Project Aspect play City Hall IMPACT night last night with Salva, Ben Samples, Drop Logik, and Willy Whompa. Everyone who played was fantastic, but Project Aspect aka Jay Jaramillo absolutely stole the show. His all-original set had the emotion and intensity of live instrumentation and the energy and hype of a veteran professional. Do NOT miss out on a chance to see Project Aspect and his Mile High Sound Movement collaborators tear it up on Christmas Night. If you are going to be in Denver for Christmas, this is the PLACE TO BE! The lineup is huge, including headliner Love and Light, as well as the Mile High Sound Movement lineup and some great local talent.

See you all there!

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Mile High Sound Movement

I’ve recently featured several songs by artists participating in something that epitomizes that awesome community surrounding the Bass Movement. “The Mile High Sound Movement is a Colorado based collective of artists, musicians, and friends. We are dedicated to bringing people together for special gatherings consisting of limitless possibilities. We are extremely excited to bring you a new experience at every party, as well as a long time friendship amongst all of you great people. The Movement is more than just entertainment. It is a bond, a comradery, an opportunity to obtain a greater friendship between eachother!” – Mile High Sound Movement Facebook

MHSM (Mile High Sound Movement) is run by Jay Jaramillo (Project Aspect), Ronnie Weberg (Unlimited Gravity), Wally Behnfield, and Zach Karuzas. I haven’t had the pleasure of talking with Zach yet, but both Ronnie and Jay are extremely insightful and talented artist. All of them are doing great things for the music community, and I can’t wait to see what kind of great events and music come out of this collective project.

Support these guys, listen to their music, and come to any of the events they play it. Project Aspect and Unlimited Gravity (when he is in Colorado) play at City Hall on IMPACT nights pretty regularly. Tickets are always under 20 bucks, even on new years, and the line-ups are usually made up of great local talent. Come out and support the booming Colorado Bass Community!

Project Aspect:

Night By Night (Project Aspect Remix):

Chromeo – Night By Night (Project Aspect RMX) by ProJect Aspect

Unlimited Gravity:

Unlimited Gravity – My Diner:

My Diner by Unlimited Gravity

Wally Behnfield (Manager):

These guys are a big part of why Colorado is the heart of good electronic bass music right now. Show some love and support to the community!

Unlimited Gravity Feature (Includes free download of his new track Monumentalness)

Project Aspect Feature


Unlimited Gravity – Monumentalness

It is hard for me to properly explain just how amazing this next track by Unlimited Gravity (Ronnie Weberg) actually is. I said yesterday that Project Aspect had defined a new sub-genre, the Glitch-Epic. If Project Aspect helped to define it, Unlimited Gravity is taking it to a whole new level with this latest release. The new track, aptly titled “Monumentalness”, is absolutely monumental in what it tries to accomplish. These two artists, partners in Colorado’s Mile High Sound Movement, are trying to break the mold of formulaic dance tracks and show what it really means to tell a story with your music.

Up until now so much of Glitch has been made exclusively for the dance floor. People want to play dance-tracks and bangers on the dance floor, so producers follow the formula for making a good banger. Mile High Sound Movement is all about breaking this mold. No one likes a storyteller because he tells the same story REALLY well, over and over into monotony. People like a storyteller because he is good at telling a story that others can relate to, no matter what that story is.

Unlimited Gravity is that storyteller. No matter what it is he is trying to express, it comes across distinctly and clearly in his brilliant composition. Give his latest track a listen and support these guys in their endeavors, they deserve all the attention we can give them!

As a special gift to you all, Ronnie wants you to enjoy this latest track on him. Swing over to the Unlimited Gravity SoundCloud now and check it out….it’s as monumental as the title suggests:

Unlimited Gravity – Monumentalness:

Monumentalness by Unlimited Gravity

Be sure to check out the other Unlimited Gravity Feature here on SubSynthesis as well!

Hope you all enjoy as much as I did!


Unlimited Gravity

Unlimited Gravity AKA Ronnie Weberg is yet another one of the amazing producers coming out of Colorado. In the last month he has released an album, put out several singles, and rumors are he has been collaborating with several other big producers, including the already featured Project Aspect. Unlimited Gravity might be new, but he is definitely one of the heavy hitters on the scene now. Keep a close eye on this guy, I’m sure something big will be unveiled soon.

Check out his debut album All Day Every Day on the Unlimited Gravity BandCamp, and swing by the Unlimited Gravity SoundCloud to check out his newest releases!

Favorite Tracks off of All Day Every Day:

Unlimited Gravity – Mythical Reality:

Mythical Reality by Unlimited Gravity

Unlimited Gravity – Murnangadang:

Murnangadang – Unlimited Gravity by Unlimited Gravity

Also make sure to check out the new single Unlimited Gravity released yesterday, the Glitch-Epic “Crunkmatical”. The track is 6 full minutes of absolute fire, every second the very embodiment of what it means to be Glitch. Enjoy, and give the guy support in the coming months, you wont regret it!

Unlimited Gravity – Crunkmatical:

Crunkmatical by Unlimited Gravity


Project Aspect – Put This World On Hold

First of all, thanks to Woodz of the GlitchDrop (probably my most-visited blog) for referring me to this amazing track! Second, it’s only been a few weeks since I started SubSynthesis, and already I’ve featured Project Aspect three times. This is a perfect illustration of just how awesome and influential Project Aspect is in the booming Colorado music scene. He makes great thematic mixes throughout the year, keeps up good relations with his fan base, and regularly churns out good tracks. Lucky for you his latest track is so far his crowning achievement. I can explain it no way other than to say that the only music video that could possibly go with this glitch-epic would be a fully immersive iIMAX video of near-impossible helicopter footage over a massive natural wonder.

In “Put This World On Hold”, Project Aspect creates one of the first true Glitch-Epics. Clocking in at over 6 minutes, it would seem too long for a track of this genre. By the end of the track, one is left not bored and ready for a new song, but sad that such a dissociative and mind-blowing experience must finally come to an end. If you trust me at all, you will listen to this song over and over again!

Do what the song says, and let the track take you to a different place, far away from all the concerns of your life. Crank up the music and “Put This World On Hold”!!!

Project Aspect – Put This World On Hold:

Put This World on Hold by ProJect Aspect

Project Aspect SoundCloud

Project Aspect Facebook

I’ve heard rumors that something special and secret involving Unlimited Gravity (Another brilliant Colorado producer) might be in the works. A collaborative track by the two of them called “Illy” can be heard in Project Aspects’s Fall 2010 Mix.