This past thursday I got the opportunity to head up to Fort Collins to see “Coyote Kisses” make there Colorado debut. With opening support from Blendrix, Candybeats, and Denver’s own Samples, they got the night kicked off and got the crowd already busting a sweat before the headliners took the stage.
Without a doubt the much anticipated duo lived up to peoples expectations. It was a small but intimate show, Coyote Kisses brought some real energy out of people when they took the stage around midnight.
A good way to describe the vibe of their music would be “80′s inspired, Star Wars synth electro with a dash of dubstep”. In bass music these days sometimes the melody can get lost in a swarm of over processed bass sounds and effects, but these two really know how to capture a melody and get you grooving. They performed a great all original set featuring many of their unreleased bangers yet to be unleashed on the public. Between ripping keyboard solos and glitched out vocals the duo demonstrated their vast knowledge of both playing and composing music.
I got a chance to talk to the two before their set and they were very cool and humble guys. Joe currently resides in Virginia while Bryce is in Florida, they also are full-time college students somehow finding the time to still compose amazing electronic music, tour and party. This seems to be the start of a very good story for the Coyote Kisses boys.
If you werent able to catch Coyote Kisses at the Aggie theater last week, you can see them play at Summit Music Hall in Denver on May 9th! Check out the Facebook invite here for more details.
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