Greg Eversoul's Upcoming Gigs
Friday 07 March, 2014
Afterhours Anonymous feat. Greg Eversoul + Hoang & Colin Chmielewski in theLOUNGE at Beta Nightclub | P.U.N.C.H.I.S. Fridays, theLOUNGE at Beta Nightclub, Denver, United States
Saturday 26 April, 2014
Afterhours Anonymous 3 Year Anniversary, The Gothic Theater, Englewood, United States
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DJ, Producer, Remixer, Curator, Compiler, Music Director, Promoter,& Vibe Maker.
As a teenager in the late 80’s in Denver Colorado, Greg grew up listening to new wave, hip-hop, and rock music. In 1991 after hearing local DJs like Hani and John Chamie drop records such as Inner City’s “Good Life” and Soul 2 Soul’s “Back 2 Life,” he was inspired to begin a journey that would lead him into underground music.
He started attending Denver’s early warehouse parties and taking weekend trips to Los Angeles to experience the parties in bigger cities. On one such trip, Greg heard a set by west coast legend Doc Martin and it forever changed his concept of electronic music.
Greg started his DJ career in 1992 at Denver’s Fab Afterhours parties alongside DJ Hipp-e, who is a major influence on his sound to this day. It did not take long before Greg was playing at raves and club events across the US. His dynamic techy house sets landed him sets along side Ritchie Hawtin, Louie Vega, Sasha, The Chemical Brothers, and many others. Rocking dance floors from Seoul to Montreal, Riga to Miami, and from New York to Paris, Greg finally planted down in San Francisco where he held residencies at 1015 Folsom, Ruby Skye and The End Up.
In 2010 Greg returned to Denver to join forces with long time friend and fellow DJ/Producer Hipp-e as part of the ROOTS collective. Their collaboration has lead to the release of tracks like ‘To Be Free’ on Tenampa and ‘Truth In Depth’ on 5 and Dime, with more releases scheduled in 2013 on Hipp-e and Halo’s newly formed label Surface. As a producer, Greg has quickly become known for his unique sounds in the studio and as a DJ, he continues to deliver amazing sets to the masses.