Denver's Thursday bass fix: Badlands at Church Nightclub

From booking PhaseOne to LEVEL UP, Global Dance proves why they are leading Denver's bass music scene.


Photography by Dru Cook


Denver's bass music community is a tight-knit family. 2021 lit a spark, growing the bass music scene into new forms that engage the masses.


Recently, all of Denver's dubstep needs have been delivered through Church Nightclub's weekly Badlands Thursdays series. Bringing out the heaviest of hitters, you are sure to have a sore neck for work Friday morning.


With consistently stacked lineups of solid bass acts that scratch our headbanging itches, our plans are always clear on Thursdays.



This past week solidified those Thursday night plans, as the Church crowd worshipped LEVEL UP in her first Denver headlining show. Filled with original IDs and remixes, we are already counting down the days until the queen of dubstep returns.


Check out LEVEL UP's Under The Grave II mix for a taste of what Church worshipped last week.



Joining LEVEL UP was Denver artist Space Wizard. After hearing his bootleg for Innerbloom Rufus Du Sol, we can definitely say he is one of our new favorites.



Church and Global Dance do not plan on stopping with the heavy heat any time soon, and their already-announced lineups highlight bass music's most dominant thought leaders locked in the Mile High City.



Badlands Thursdays upcoming 2021-2022 Artists

(The full calendar of Colorado club appearances can be found on CO Clubs)

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