Mile High Meltdown Compilation v.1 NOW AVAILABLE

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We are happy to present the next chapter of The Mile High Sound Movement as we introduce #MHSMrecords
Enjoy our first release – The Mile High Meltdown Compilation v. 1 – out now!! With over 20 tracks and even more artists, you will get a glimpse of what this movement is all about!

Check out MHSMrecords & the compilation album now on our site:

Featured artists: Unlimited GravityProJect AspectUnlimited AspectKruza KidThe Digital ConnectionCloud-DPapa Skunk & much much more!


Project Aspect Releases Remix Album v.4

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Via The Untz, Anand Harsh:

By: Anand Harsh


“Denver-based Jay Jaramillo knows remixes. Since the young producer started producing as Project Aspect more than half a decade ago, he’s built his brand around cutting edge takes on the pop landscape that hit the sweet spot for fans of that bass.

With his latest installment in an ongoing series, the name-your-price Remixes Vol. 4 leans heavily on the hip-hop world for fodder, with Jaramillo taking on Lil Wayne, Drake, and Schoolboy Q, among others.

Standout tracks on the remix release include a 808 Bass Chop Remix of Future and Weezy’s “Karate Chop,” as well as the subsonic, trappy take on Chris Brown and Tyga’s “What They Want.” A surprisingly silky version of “Latch” makes it’s way onto the mix. The Disclosure mega-hit has enjoyed new life, thanks to Sam Smith’s recent breakout stardom, and this smooth remake is a timely take perfect for dropping into sets.

If you’re looking for a live reimagining of any of these new remixes, expect to hear some drop this Saturday, when Jaramillo is joined by longtime collaborator Ronnie Weberg (Unlimited Gravity) as Unlimited Aspect at Cervantes in Denver, CO on November 29th.”

Ruby Generations Releases a compilation of Colorado based artists to benefit the Levitt Pavilion opening in 2016.

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Ruby Generations is a grassroots fundraising campaign aimed at engaging and educating the local music scene of Colorado’s next big outdoor concert venue that will offer free live music to the community.

Levitt Pavilion Denver at Ruby Hill Park will be a 7500 person grass amphitheater that will host 50 FREE SHOWS a year and have the infrastructure in place for outside promoters and festivals to use the venue for large scale events.

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