Tour Diary: Project Aspect and Unlimited Gravity check in from the road on their first tour

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Over the next few weeks, we will be following Project Aspect (Jay Jaramillo) and Unlimited Gravity (Ronnie Weberg) as they tour around the country on their first national tour. The pair have grown together collectively in the scene as the Mile High Sound Movement. The two will crisscross the country before returning to Denver on Saturday, March 1, for a show at Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom. In the meantime, these rising producers will check in from the road to share the struggles of tour life.

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(Project Aspect - Extra Fly)

Somehow, we managed to fit our incredibly large plethora of gear, four people and four people's luggage into the beautiful steed that is the MHSM Grand Prix (2006, if you're wondering.)

We left home with everything we could to make this experience amazing for everybody involved, and an accumulative $116 between the both of us, meaning food for the day and gas to get us to our first destination. The drive from Denver to our first show in Kearney, Nebraska, was full of hilarious Unlimited Aspect freestyles and weirdness, as always, and when we arrived, we instantly noticed the 40 degree temperature drop. Nothing but country music stations of songs that are easy to memorize by listening to once, and huge open fields of what is usually corn in the summer time. Needless to say, we are great at keeping ourselves entertained.

We love Kearney for many reasons. Through all of our travels in the past, Kearney has always been a staple location to take a break from driving hours on end, fill up on gas, get some food, and possibly get a hotel to rest overnight. It wasn't until about 3 years after we started coming here that we started loving this city. We magically connected with some amazing friends who coincidentally were building a music scene around our type of music.

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those tracks are harsh on the ears, those boys need to learn how to do a proper mix down. 

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