Both from Colorado, Applied Physics (A.P. Adair) and DataBass (Luke Sims) join together to create the ultimate blend of every style of music.
Bass Physics is an upcoming electronic group bled from the heart of America’s electronic music scene: Denver, Colorado. The coalition of A.P. Adair and Luke Sims began when they met in music tech lab at Cherry Creek High School in 2010. In May of 2012, after coming home from Iowa State for summer break, Sims came to Adair with what is now “loco” a track to be featured on their debut album.
In the few months since the group has ben formed, Bass Physics has been creating quite a stir in the local electronic scene. With four shows under their belt, and more booked Bass Physics is soon to be a readily recognized name. Playing in venues like Cervantes Masterpeice Ballroom, the Aggie Theater, and Western State University, they have been undaunted in their goal to spread positive vibes to their audience’, creating an already impressive fan base.
Their music is a mashup of different sounds including hip-hop and down-tempo grove-step, but they are described as “electronic-soul”. Bass Physics has built quite an impressive repertoire already, opening for wel-established national touring acts such as; Zoin I, Minesota, Diego’s Umbrela, and will soon open up for the likes of Watsky, Radical Something, and many more. With an album release on the way, this is definitely an exciting time to learn about Bass Physics