Michal Menert + Late Night Radio
DOORS: 7:00 PM
STARTS: 8:00 PM
Live on the Indoor StageGenre: EDM
Age Limit: Must be 18 or Older
Free Parking; No Refunds
Michal Menert + Late Night Radio will be performing LIVE on the Indoor Stage at Salvage Station on Friday, April 28th, 2023! Doors open at 7pm and the music starts at 8pm. 18+ ONLY (no exceptions)! FREE ON-SITE PARKING!
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Listen to Michal Menert:
About Michal Menert:
A youth steeped in a broad swath of both Eastern and Western musical traditions gives Michal Menert a deep palate from which to draw. Menert’s style of production combines vintage vinyl sample collage with analog synths and a futuristic hip hop element, creating a soulful blend of nostalgia and innovation.
Menert co-produced the chart topping Pretty Lights album Taking Up Your Precious Time, and was the first artist to join Pretty Lights Music. His debut solo album Dreaming of a Bigger Life was released in 2010, followed by 2012’s mega-LP Even If It Isn’t Right. In 2015 Menert released Space Jazz, and also dropped the debut album by his band Michal Menert & the Pretty Fantastics. Soundfuse called the band’s 2nd album, From the Sea, “One of the best albums of 2018 without a doubt.” In late 2022, Michal will be releasing another album on Philos Records that highlights his return to form and is an exciting and long anticipated next step for fans and music lovers alike.
Menert’s reputation as a live performer is well known. He brings his music to fans nationwide via both his septet, Michal Menert & The Pretty Fantastics, and his 22-piece all-star ensemble the Michal Menert Big Band. Menert has shared the stage with musical luminaries including Run The Jewels, STS9, and more, and played legendary venues including the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, The Gorge in Washington and Red Rocks Amphitheater.
His collaborations have led to the formation of myriad ongoing side projects including Manic Menert (with Manic Focus), Half Color (with Paul Basic), and work with artists like Eliot Lipp, Mux Mool, Break Science, and more. Additionally, Menert handled sound design for the Dead & Co tours, and co-produced Mickey Hart’s 2017 LP RAMU as well as his 360 Surround Sound performance at the Hayden Planetarium in New York City. Committed to a community driven approach to collaborative creativity, Menert works hand in hand with producers he chooses for his own record label, Super Best Records.
Listen to Late Night Radio:
About Late Night Radio:
Alex Medellin aka Late Night Radio is a Denver-based musician, producer, and pillar ofthe Colorado electronic music scene. His unique hybrid electronic sound is inspired byclassic soul and third coast hip-hop.“The easiest way to describe my music is,‘Electronic music for people who don’t reallylike electronic music’,” Alex explains. “There’s hip-hop bass and beats, which keep itrelevant. However, I’m taking it into new territory.”It’s also a style he’s been working towards perfecting for nearly adecade.
The Houston native bounced from New Orleans to Austin to Temecula and eventually Big Bear.During 2011, he started composing music for online videos and commercials before relocating to Colorado and going full-time in 2014. Along the way, he released a series of fan favorite albums—Concrete College,Far Into the Night,Soap Box,Reflective Tangents,Sunday, Further Into the Night, plus two collaborative albums with Canadian rapper Def3,Small World andWeddings& Funerals (2021).
In 2022, Late Night Radio released the bass EP Back Around on Philos Records and the 10th installment of his Vinyl Restoration series. 2023 started off with the Motifv collaboration “Hold On”, with several collaborations, a new full-length album, and more on deck for the rest of the year.
In the end, the moniker Late Night Radio reflects the vibrant versatility at the heart of the sound. “At 3AM, DJs will play whatever they want on the radio,” he leaves off. “That’s what I’m doing. It’s a very eclectic mix. It’s who I am.”