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Polish Ambassador

Musician. Producer. Beatsmith. Recording artist. Composer. Dance-floor general. Label-head. A mystery man of many hats, The Polish Ambassador rocks more than just a trademark jumpsuit, authoring sublime, intentional artistic works, animated safaris in technicolor sound

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Justin Martin

As the late Oscar Wilde once said: “life is too important to be taken seriously”, an ethos that
Justin Martin is sticking with despite achieving soaring success over the last six years as a
producer and international DJ. Justin initially pricked the ears of the electronic music
community in 2003 with his first record ‘The Sad Piano’ on Ben Watt’s Buzzin’ Fly label

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As G-House powers forward at a menacing pace, BIJOU is the name on everyone’s lips. Instead of setting the bar for the genre, he only raises it higher. Rather than embracing the standard, he constantly pushes the envelope further with a distinct, robust soundscape all his own.

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Soothing yet profound, a fire in your Soul. The feeling of elevation, but with a deep-rooted Culture. Let that flow into a cuban cigar smoked glass, hit it with some Funk, chopped Jazz, and a heavy Afro-Beat shake.

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Lazy Syrup Orchestra

Lazy Syrup is a melting pot of musical styles, bridging the gap between live and electronic. Their sound is unique, fun, nostalgic and full of surprises. The group has been captivating dance floors together for the better part of a decade, while building a dedicated following around the world. They can be found holding down peak hour club performances or golden hour festival sets, always bringing a distinct flavour to the stage. Expect high energy dance driven storytelling with an array of sultry vocals and instrumentation. It’s ‘mellow kinda hype’ music.

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Max Ulis

Max has been instrumental in the building of Vancouver’s thriving underground. His SLAB parties in Vancouver feature the best in underground house, techno and contemporary Bass Music. Max has performed at Decibel, Mutek, and New Forms, and is a regular fixture on the West Coast festival circuit. Max’s diverse music productions have found a home on labels
such as Turbo, VRNT, Iile, Club Designs, Sloth Boogie and Thirty Year Recordings, and has seen support from notable
performers such as Ben Sims, Prosumer, Laurent Garnier,Roman Flugel, Anz, Skream, B. Traits, Soul Clap, Om Unit, and Breakage.

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The Gaff

The Gaff is a lifelong DJ with tight skills & cuts, a lengthy list of accomplishments, tonnes of dope records, heart & class. One foot in the future, and one foot in the past. The Gaff's purpose is in elevating Hip Hop, Dance, Club and Electronic Sounds to a level easily combined with Funk, Soul & Jazz. The result is amazing live performances & instrumental productions, giving a story of music which ebbs and flows. The Gaff has rocked parties and clubs worldwide: either by all vinyl 45 sets, or destroying it with tight scratching, live drumming on the sampler, and turntable kung fu. A teacher of the essential, peers and fans alike are often caught overlooking The Gaff's shoulder to see just what it is he’s up to.

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Handsome Tiger

Handsome Tiger is an Anishinaabe Métis, North African music
producer/dj from Turtle Island, residing in Vancouver BC. His
production blends traditional sounds from his culture alongside
other Indigenous sounds, interwoven into the contemporary
sounds of electronic bass music today. Named in CBC music’s
6 Indigenous artists you need to know in 2021 and CBC’s
Reclaimed artists to watch in 2020. No stranger to the
Vancouver and West Coast music community, Handsome Tiger
has played countless shows and gathered numerous releases
under his belt. With a love of bass music he’s been a strong
advocate in supporting and contributing to many events in
Vancouver’s underground Scene. Quickly becoming Canadian
festival scene favourite with appearances at Bass Coast,
Shambhala, Mutek to name a few. His DJ sets mix many
flavours of sound system culture and Global bass sounds
including dub, grime, dancehall, afrobeats, rap, reggaeton and
more all woven together to light up any dance floor.

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Mark Woodyard

Often referred to as a “Human Jukebox”, Woodyard’s knowledge of music spans effortlessly across eras and genres. A multi-talented musician who uses looping machines, his voice and guitar, Woodyard is best known for his wide array of genre-bending covers that showcase his vocal range and eclectic sound creating truly unique and dance-inspiring performances. With no two shows sounding the same, Woodyard’s improv-esque style is reminiscent of a Reggie Watts and Marc Rebillet lovechild - a multi-instrumentalist who captivates audiences and sparks dancefloors seconds after taking to the stage.

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Tarran The Tailor

His legendary Live performances have been delighting, confounding and seducing audiences across the world for more years than he would care to admit. He’s played such exotic locales as the side stage at Raves, in Manitoba, and on a mountaintop in Bulgaria.

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Michael Red

Michael Red is a Vancouver based music producer, composer, curator, performer and DJ. Founder and lead for Low Indigo (leftfield music label, community, events, channel), ambient/experimental artist under the name Souns, one half of Oro Azul with Ultima Esuna (releasing their debut EP on Mood Hut), one half of LA FE with Daniel Rincon (NAP, Ambien Baby), one half of Chambers with Gabriel Saloman (Yellow Swans), former collaborator and touring artist with throat singer Tanya Tagaq for over ten years, former curator for New Forms Festival for over ten years, Bass Coast Music Festival resident, the founding member of Lighta! Sound, and collaborator with a long list of other notable artists.

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Blase Blase

Blending elements of live jazz, funk and conscious hip-hop, they have a sound as unique and diverse as its members. Their sound ranges from high-energy funk / disco songs that get the dance floor moving to slower, soulful jazzy tunes, reminiscent of The Roots, Erykah Badu, or even the late Mac Miller.

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