The Denver air has apparently been good for Tennessee-born twins Sherwyn and Kendrick Nicholls (a.k.a. Two Fresh). Or maybe it's just all that legal weed. Whatever the cause, the whiz-kid producers have been on a creative high since leaving the South for Colorado's electronic music mecca this past winter. After spending much of 2011 sharing the stage with the likes of Skrillex and Pretty Lights, the brothers, along with live drummer Colby Buckler, have been busy slicing and splicing 15 new tracks of pulsing, lubricated rhythms and playful synth melodies, all rolled up in their signature old-school, instrumental hip-hop. "I'd say our songs now are more upbeat, and even more Southern rap sounding, but still keeping our melodic lines," Sherwyn says. Not surprisingly, moving to the Mile High City took some adjustment. "We moved out here to pretty much jump straight into this amazing thing that's happening in electronic music out here. There are so many talented producers that work together, it becomes an amazing place to sharpen your craft." Their upcoming EP, Brainstormed, is due out this fall. For more information, visit charlestonpourhouse.com.