In its short time in existence, Prysm Talent Agency is carving a covetous path throughout the bass music underworld. In other words, they have a burning desire to take over the game and they're doing the most to etch those desires into the history books. Certainly, with names like Dirtysnatcha, Point Blank, and LEVIT∆TE. on their roster, it's clear they're set up perfectly to do major damage in 2020. To enumerate their intentions, they're dispatching two of their fastest rising stars, Bainbridge and High Zombie, to show heads in Denver how they truly get down. Undoubtedly, both will be dropping major bombs on behalf of the Prysm squad when they grace the decks this weekend at Temple Nightclub. Temple and its unique Funktion 1 setup will provide the perfect backdrop for these sentries of the bass music underground to deliver fresh bass supplies to the denizens of Denver's basshead community. Behind the scenes, Reverb Productions and FamBAM Productions are teaming up to coordinate the onslaught of mind-numbing head-bang fuel for the evening's festivities. Moreover, they're enlisting support from Denver's local bass battalion. The troops receiving calls to action on this mission include: Xcape, Halfrican, Pitta Patta, and BOD featured artists Spazim & Concentrates. If you haven't heard of Matthew Jung Hood aka High Zombie by now, you're definitely sleeping hard on the underground. Although he doesn't have as much lab time under his belt as some, he's definitely stacking up "W's" on the regular. For example his most recent track 'Glass Jaw' is consistently collecting spins on the Buygore imprint as we speak. Beyond this, he's already getting mad love from the likes of Graves, Spag Heddy, and Excision. With support like that, there's no question that dude is about to blow any minute now. With this in mind, you definitely do not want to miss out on this chance to catch him at his hungriest! He's definitely going to bring his nastiest stuff to that Funktion 1 array. Co-headlining the bill is label-mate and fellow up-and-comer Reggie Moe, better known as Bainbridge. Although he hails from St. Paul, Minnesota, Bainbridge is no stranger to the Colorado bass underground. Early in his career, he actually spends some time here while living with his mother in Loveland. Recently, he spoke with Turntable Talks about the timeline of events that lead him to his current place in the industry. In the interview, he takes a moment to express how much the Minnesota scene means to him and his career. "The Minneapolis scene has provided me with the opportunities to get my music out there, with an awesome platform to play shows and express my creativity. The fans I have in Minneapolis are die-hard supporters and I will forever be grateful for that." Indeed, Bainbridge is taking full advantage of the many opportunities his hometown scene has to offer. Thus, he's ready to take his career to the next level. Luckily, those of us in the Denver bass community will be afforded a front-row seat to witness his inevitable rise to the apex of bass music. Don't miss out on the High Zombie and Bainbridge show going down this Sunday, February 16th at Temple Nightclub. Grab your tickets here now! Then, make sure to follow Prysm Talent Agency to stay up to date on the latest from their fire roster of burgeoning artists.