Live review: Korn @ the Fillmore Auditorium

Korn’s "Path of Totality" tour made its way to the Fillmore Auditorium on Monday night. This tour, in support of the band’s tenth studio album of the same name, brings the interesting collaboration between hard rock and heavy dubstep to life for an all-out head-banger and club-banger experience.

Album review: Nero, “Welcome Reality”

Nero, "Welcome Reality" (MTA/Cherrytree/Interscope/Mercury) The British DJ-producers who concocted dubstep over the past decade have watched from afar as America suddenly discovered what irregular jolts of deep, wobbly bass can do to a dance floor.

Live review: Pretty Lights @ the 1stBank Center

“Are you ready for midnight in our perfect little world Colorado?” This is the question that Derek Vincent Smith, commonly known as Pretty Lights, asked his sold out home-state crowd Saturday night at the 1stBank Center, capping off a two-night stand at the Broomfield venue.

Saturday: Bass-rooted dubstep brings in a behemoth of a sound

In low end we trust. And groove. And rock. And bop. And throwdown. Can you imagine a world without bass? From the double bass that has pushed along classical compositions since the 1500s to the electric Hoffner bass that fueled Paul McCartney's unforgettable Beatles bass lines, the low end is an essential component of almost all music.