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Rude Service takeover showcases 11 artists at Denver's Ogden Theatre

The label hosted Bear Grillz, High Zombie, Stryer, Vastive, Perry Wayne & more in a free show.

Dubstep icon Bear Grillz took over the legendary Ogden Theatre on Saturday night with an incredible outcome. Giving fans a night to remember, his imprint, Rude Service Records, hosted a free show dedicated to lifting up the label's talent.

The show consisted of 11 talented artists, some who had never played live sets before, and some who played in Denver for the first time. The event sold out, and each of the artists played 30-minute sets throughout the night.

This approach to a show is unique and not done nearly enough. The show was completely free to fans if they reserved via a form online. This format was wildly successful, created a buzz around town and gave fans the opportunity to see artists who otherwise may not have had the opportunity to play here.

Run of Show:

8:15 - 8:40 Digital Skies

8:40 - 9:00 Top Brahman

9:00 - 9:30 Wayve

9:30 - 10:00 OMAS

10:00 - 10:30 Stryer

10:30 - 11:00 Vastive

11:00 - 11:30 Perry Wayne

11:30 - 12:00 Point.Blank

12:00 - 12:30 Bear Grillz

12:30 - 1:00 VCLN

1:00 - 1:30 High Zombie

A highlight moment was Vastive bringing out High Zombie to play their banger, Backlash. It was the first time both artists have been together to perform it live.

The very talented Dani King was brought out by OMAS to perform their new track. She has songs with other Rude Service artists like Stryer and VLCN.

We also got to hear several unreleased tracks from Bear Grillz's new album that is coming out very soon. He played a collab with Jessica Audiffred, alongside classics like Feel The Power (Tisoki Remix) doubled with another song.

High Zombie closed out the night with energy, playing his latest banger, Attention (w/ FREAKY), as the crowd went wild. He closed via an encore with Rude Service song, Enemy.

The Bass Capitol Ninja was there as well, hyping the crowd and bringing together the community. He even started a new hype tactic called the "Row" where he and several others sat on the floor and pretended to row a boat during the drops.

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