TEK SAVVY Throws Down an Energetic, Trap-Fueled Winter Mix

TEK SAVVY
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Denver-based artist TEK SAVVY is heating things up and melting away that winter snow with a bass-fueled mix that will surely get your blood pumping!


TEK SAVVY might be one of the freshest faces in the Denver bass music scene but is already making some massive moves with her sets that continue to dominate crowds. Bringing an infectious style to the stage that blends bass genres like dubstep and trap with hip-hop, she continues to prove that she’s got what it takes to be the next big sensation in the scene.

Last year saw her join the roster of talented rising stars on the Baked Dozen roster and her track “Trap Shit” was featured on their compilation 12 Days of Drops. This, along with a number of mixes in her Trap Queen series, kept listeners infatuated with her sound and on the hunt to catch her play live when she took the stage at festivals like Nightfall in Texas.

Now, as we all head deeper into the new decade TEK SAVVY is set to bring some serious energy with her wherever she goes and has spun a mix for us that’s filled to the brim with heavy tunes. Read on for some insight on what’s in store for the coming months and stay tuned for more because she’s an artist who truly shines bright!

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“As far as what i’m excited for in 2020, i’m just happy to be here. My team has lined up so many awesome shows –opening for blunts & blondes in February and several SXSW showcases. I’m at the point in my career where I have the opportunity to play all across the country and I have shows almost every weekend. It all feels like a dream, but I couldn’t be more excited to have made it this far in such a short amount of time.”


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