Sub.mission has long solidified their place as a staple in the bass community. This coming week, they celebrate an incredible milestone with the 11th Year of Electronic Tuesday at The Black Box on February 8!
As the longest-standing weekly event series in the US, Electronic Tuesdays are a marquee in the Denver scene. After 11 incredible years, it’s as strong as ever. For their birthday celebration, the team is bringing UK legend Reso to bring the heat with some of Denver’s finest.
Home of the Underground
In the past, dedicated fans have been able to catch artists from Wreckno and Super Future to Enigma DUBZ and Coki. Alongside the incredible headliners, Sub.mission holds a Residency Battle for local talent to take their shot at performing on The Black Box stage.
DJs and producers are allowed to hone their skills on the recently upgraded sound system with a reputation of its own. Impressing the team opens doors for further support opportunities!
As the home of the underground, The Black Box and Sub.mission remain true to the roots after over a decade. Even through quarantine, Electronic Tuesdays lived on through livestreams keeping spirits high in homes across the country.
While they are many events on the calendar, each night of the week is treated as its own and we look forward to diving into more of what the team has on offer. We got the opportunity to ask Owner Nicole Cacciavillano a few questions to start a conversation we hope to continue soon!
Rb: Sub.mission made a name for itself over the years pushing boundaries in the community. How did Electronic Tuesdays come to life?
Nicole: Electronic Tuesdays started because it was important for me to actually see a DJ perform before booking them for a support slot. At the time, we were the only crew running the dubstep game in Denver.
We had multiple shows a week and as the sound really started to explode, more and more opportunities were rising up to showcase artists.
Sub.mission had made a name for itself worldwide and there were no other bass music weeklies in Denver, it was time.
It was and always will be important to me to push the local scene. Tuesdays gave many a chance to perform for the first, second, and even third times to really get comfortable on stage and with an audience.
What are some challenges you’ve faced throughout the history of the event?
Tuesdays have been really solid since the jump. I was a bit nervous about a weekday but Denver never disappoints. When we moved the night to The Black Box, it was interesting trying to figure out programming given we had two rooms to book now.
Also, the obvious, the pandemic! I did not want to just end the night so we moved it to Twitch and kept it running!
Who are some of your favorite artists that have graced the stage for the series?
I can never answer these questions because I love and support everyone I book. Denver is a really educated crowd, so the artists who come through with that knowledge always throw down the hardest because they understand the pressure.
Join us Tuesday, February 8, to be a part of bass music history as we step further into unknown territory with some of the most passionate community partners Denver could ask for.