The notorious music monster aptly named Snails is returning to Denver this Saturday, January 16. The French Canadian progenitor of Vomitstep will be performing at the Ogden Theatre, showcasing his own gnarly bass fueled creations that are brimming with twisted synths and peppered with Hip-Hop and melodic harmonies that give his music more great flavors. Snails is a master of hyping his crowds up to a pinnacle before bringing thunder down on the dance floor and stirring people into a frenzy. Snails is known for his weird and unusual style, and always takes advantage of his stage time to let the crowd know just how much fun he’s having. Snails thrives in the Trap zone, feeding off of that specific genres energy before digesting and regurgitating it forth as his signature sound.
Snails takes great pride in his work and when other heavyweight artists acknowledge you the way Snails has been complimented by his peers you know it’s time to celebrate. Many of the artists who dig Snails vibe have played his tracks and publicly stated their love for Vomitstep. This type of adoration only serves as motivation for Snails to gobble up and fuel his nonstop work ethic. His constant grind has only picked up speed over the last four years, churning out new tracks, mix tapes and albums like a madman. His dedication has certainly paid off however, as almost every track and collaboration released is considered a home run. More and more artists want to work with him, and more and more venues want to book him.
Snails has shown Denver his skills a few times in the past and each visit seems to top the last. With more and more experience under his belt, and a growing repertoire of original tracks and remixes, Snails outdoes himself time and time again. The fans in Denver clearly can’t get enough of his showmanship as his concert at the Ogden this weekend has sold out very quickly. If you’d like to go to the show there should be some tickets floating around online, but if you’re unable to find one then make sure to catch him the next time he comes to town.