Massive Holiday Entertainment in Castlegar

Holiday Massive is just about the only way to describe it

Headliner Subvert at the controls

By Derek Kaye,

Castlegar News contributor

 

Produced by BassBizNiz the 4th annual Holiday Massive takes place in the Kootenays’ largest nightclub – the Element Bar and Grill this Friday December 20. This will be the biggest and most stacked lineup yet for this annual holiday bash.

This year features three renowned headliners, a local hip hop showcase, and two great local DJs, all on a top notch world class PK sound system.

Subvert, Wakcutt, Spiral Architects, Suplex, Evade Beatz and local hip hop featuring Dion Rego, Ses, Sintax, VS are all showcasing and DJing.

Headliner, Subvert hails from Calgary and has been winding his path through music since 1996. One of the founders and lead design engineer at PK Sound he is also director of The Village Stage at the world renowned Shambhala Music Festival. He started DJing in 2000 and combined with his extensive work on sound systems and attention to precision sound, he was ultimately and naturally led down the path to creating his own music. Once again the low frequencies consumed him.

Subvert’s sound is a combination of throbbing relentless basslines, melodic strings and haunting synths singing through drumstep, midtempo glitch, drum and bass, trap, and dubstep. His attention to detail and the ability to tune into “bass that works” can be felt in all of his music productions.

There will be prize giveaways, live graffiti art, and custom holiday decor at the Holiday Massive. Tickets are available at Ross Vegas in Rossland, the Ripping Giraffe in Nelson, The Element in Castlegar, and online at www.clubelement.ca/tickets all for a low price of $20. There will be more tickets at the doors at 9 p.m. sharp.

Be there early to catch all the amazing talent and to ensure entry.

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