NGHTMRE And Slander Make Double Appearance In Denver

NGHTMRE And Slander Make Double Appearance In Denver

Smash hits NGHTMRE and Slander played two shows in Denver this Thanksgiving weekend, on both Friday and Saturday. Both shows, which were part of the Gud Vibrations tour, sold out the Ogden Theatre completely.

The three producers (Scott Land and Derek Andersen of Slander and Tyler Marenyi of NGHTMRE) played two completely different sets both nights. Between their trap and dubstep collaborations, fans heard everything from Billboard hits such as “Black Beatles” to their own tracks such as “Get Back”, “Warning”, and of course, “Gud Vibrations”.

The three were joined by openers 1080p, Habstrakt, and Must Die. On Saturday night, they were also joined on the stage by surprise guest Illenium, who played his infamous remixes of Flume’s “Say It” and The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down”.

Slander and NGHTMRE, who are three best friends, are definitely not new to working together, so their announcement of a conjoined tour was no surprise. Between many collaborations on songs, to performances together, to remixes of each others’ music, the group is known for meshing well as a trio.

The Gud Vibrations tour, which began November 10th in Urbana, Illinois and will conclude December 23rd in Wallingford, Connecticut, is selling out venues all over the United States. Other than the two Denver shows, Chicago was the only other city where the group played shows two nights in a row. After their departure from Denver earlier today, the tour will continue Tuesday night in Albuquerque.

NGHTMRE is a producer from Raleigh who is now based in Los Angeles. His career most recently blew up in the last few years, beginning when Skrillex played his now hit track “Street” at Ultra Music Festival and continuing when he was signed by Mad Decent. From there, he continued to release hits, both by himself and in collaboration with artists like Slander and Dillon Francis. Slander, also based in L.A., began as two fraternity brothers DJing their own frat parties. After taking a turn from house music to a new trap style, the duo blew up all over, most especially in the United States, and has been gaining popularity ever since.

Check out a sneak peak of the Gud Vibrations tour here:




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