Tipper, Mickman & Resonant Language at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Tipper Tickets

Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado

Day two of the deepest dive into bass, the highest climb into next level soundscape, Tipper comes to Red Rocks Amphitheater on Saturday, 7th August 2021 with very special guests Mickman & Resonant Language. Sub bass lines evolve into glitching high tempo beats, this second day turns from a surround sound trip into deep canyon busting bass music, grab some tickets now and find out if these guys have got what it takes to shake the Red Rocks to their foundations, this is EDM at its most extreme, the very bleeding edge of what’s new, what you hear tonight you will not find anywhere else!

Tipper, Mickman & Resonant Language at Red Rocks Amphitheater

David Tipper from Wimbledon, London, England, specializes in electronic music that ranges from ambient, through trip hop, to uptempo nu skool breaks. His latest album, Jettison Mind Hatch, came out in 2019, replete with innumerable tones, textures, patches, samples, and compositional evolution, the album is a further testament to Tipper’s engineering and production knowledge. Dave Tipper has served as an anchor and inspiration for an entire generation of fans and musicians alike, having pioneered the current paradigms in the production and composition philosophy of this alternative sonic hemisphere.

Cameron Ingraham is the elusive electronic musician, Mickman, from Rockport, Maine he began performing in mid-2016 with an obsessive, single-minded focus. Which is remarkable considering his talent was painstakingly developed without any musical training. Mickman has gone from bedroom producer and one of bass music’s best kept secrets to a real rising star because of a crazed, obsessive, and fiercely independent approach to music.

Resonant Language, another secretive EDM artist from Denver, Colorado, produces meandering, trippy little glitchy soundscapes and experimental bass, an audiophile hellbent on finding the cleanest sound.

Tipper, Mickman & Resonant Language at Red Rocks Amphitheater

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