Appearing on the Denver music scene in the winter of 2007 with the intention of making music "people can dance to", Apex Vibe has clearly met that challenge and more. Known for their electric live performances, sharing the stage with artists like Mystic Roots Band, Flobots, Collie Buddz, Passafire, Selasee, and the Supervillians, plus lots of crowd participation, every show they play is an improvement and a bar for which they keep raising for themselves. With one E.P. "Rhythm Music" released Oct. 2007 (available on iTunes) and the single "Saturday Morning" being released June. 2009 as part of their first full length effort yet to be released the catchy hook laden lyrics of Tim Sanchez's vocals and the riveting guitar playing of Dirka are apparent. Backed by a solid rhythm section with Will Lovell on bass, Sam Caudill on keys, and Dubs on drums the sound is unique and might take you back to the Omaha roots of 311, or the Long Beach sounds of Sublime, your grandma might even crack a 40 oz after just a few minutes. Either way the joint effort of writing songs as a band together, the band's sound has come full circle from the origins in an orange basement on the west side of Denver. Apex Vibe is not your normal white boy reggae, they are reaching for a new place in time where dub reggae hooks up with the foundation of rock n roll and is baked at a Mile High.