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DMVU’s Sound isn’t just on point; it’s poignant. Mathew Jones, aka DMVU, is etching an indelible mark into the future of bass music. He may be a relatively new face in the frenetic scene that Colorado has generated, but this young Denver resident has quickly gained the attention of a global audience. DMVU is meticulous in his sound design. His songs don't just evolve along melodic arcs. They drip with evocative and narrative environments that lead the listener along a path that is at once exciting and new, yet familiar and contemplative. There is a maturity about DMVU's tonal palettes that is typically reserved for the likes of Hans Zimmerman and other elite cinema composers.
Perhaps that's why his productions have already found their way into the sets of Noisia and Boombox Cartel, recently toured with Yheti and Todaface, and he is repeatedly invited to share the stage with the likes of Hudson Mohawke, The Widdler, and Truth. His 2016 release, "BLOCC'd" has almost half a million playswith Deep Dark and Dangerous, and his body of work with Encrypted Audiohas garnered quite a bit of attention as well. He recently released a Hip Hop EP with Ill Chill, and is gearing up for a 2018 release with Circus Records.
Having already accumulated this resume, it's no wonder that DMVU has had no problem headlining sell out shows at theBlack Boxin Denver. With 2018 appearances as the Untz festival,Future Forest (CA), Organic Fest, 515 Alive, Moonrise, and more being confirmed, this emergent phenom is carving out the playlists for 2019 and beyond.