This Saturday is second chapter in Scion’s Emerging Artists Tour, which brings creative dance talents from the underground to the masses, had its first 2005 run last month on April 15. This time around the tour will featuring the production and spinning talents of local veterans Noah Deep and Aaron Eve.
For the last 10 years this team has entranced the masses at both big and small parties, from Sun Festival 2000 and Universal Energy Pt 2: Neutronic, to club nights all over Colorado, including the days in Boulder at Soma to Denver spots like Moscow Underground and vinyl.
Today they’re both taking their careers to the next level. As MIS Tech majors at CU Denver’s Audio Engineering program, they’ve left the days of cubical stations and Office Space scenarios behind.
“I quit a successful job at IBM to go back to school to dedicate myself to it, and as some big doors are opening up, I’m confident I’ve made a good decision,” says Aaron Eve. But you can’t open up doors without talent, and Aaron’s begun to make himself known after winning the Global Underground Renaissance Tenth Anniversary Remix competition with his storming Breaks remix of the classic VFR track, “Trance Illusion.”
Although they’re both in school for audio engineering, they’re no neophytes. Noah Deep has been busy for years growing his list of accomplishments, including production and mastering credits with Swedish electronic artists Don Q and Gustav Nordmark.
With an arsenal of determination, dedication and talent, the duo is passionate about the path they’re laying for themselves. “Right now we’re both pretty focused on contributing to building Denver’s scene, and so [we] have been working to get recognition as DJ’s. We’re both busy planning and working to make music a long term career and will eventually have a couple business ventures in the field,” Aaron Eve explains.
Future plans and potential ventures include opening a mastering studio after they start a their own record label. In the near future, Aaron Eve plans to release more tracks signed to other labels, both as a solo artist and as a collaborator with Noah Deep and other producers in the area.
The tour that also runs through San Francisco, Austin and Boston, will happen in Denver this Saturday, May 7 at Club Syn, located at 820 15th Street on the corner of 15th and Champa. Along with Aaron and Noah, Ejay will go head to head with Cody Lee, Eqqulei will team up with Cacheflow, along with Tek Fox, N810, Gravity, Motion, Platon, and Spank-E. The night starts at 8pm and will go until 4am, with $1 beer specials, $3 Jaeger shots, and $5 Red Bull Vodkas.
Artist website: www.keepthevibe.com