March 17, 2018 @ 8:00 pm – March 18, 2018 @ 2:00 am
Bloom Nightclub
198 Baker St
Nelson, BC V1L 4H2

Deekline finally makes his long-awaited Bloom debut as part of our St. Patrick’s Day Shake-Down alongside Calgary’s Freddy J and Nelson’s own Rabs! Earlybirds are just $15, available at The Savoy Hotel and online via this event page (if you have trouble purchasing on FB, navigate to the Showpass link here: https://www.showpass.com/deekline-st-patricks-day/

•• Deekline ••
London, UK

Deekline is that rare figure in dance music, the seminal producer who balances the cutting edge and the mainstream with effortless flair. Head of the London to Brighton-spanning Hot Cakes collective of producers, promoters and DJs, this bass music icon recently released new album Bounce ‘n’ Shake with studio partner in crime Ed Solo, an eclectic tour de force sent down with the kind of assurance one might expect from DJs who have sent bodies flying round the room at club venues across the globe for more than a decade.

A hero of the underground from the days of his Platinum-selling UK garage anthem “I Don’t Smoke Da Reefer,” Deekline oversees a range of Hot Cakes imprints (Hot Cakes, Sludge, Jungle Cakes and the legendary Rat Records) all of which work tirelessly to propel street level artists into the forefront of the electronic music scene.

On a live tip, the Hot Cakes parties have achieved the rare feat of blowing up clubs on both sides of the Atlantic, in Miami, Spain and London, where his flagship night sits pretty at the heart of Brixton at iconic underground nightclub Jamm. He’s also known to put on a rump-shaking boat party or two on the river Thames.

In the studio, Deekline is a bonafide musical shapeshifter, his impressive diversity having seen him rework the likes of Armand Van Helden, Old Dirty Bastard and The Prodigy. He is currently remixing the new Laidback Luke new single and earlier in 2013 his 2-step-flavoured reworking of Lethal Bizzle & Donae’o’s “Not A Saint” anthem proved he’s still in touch with his UK garage roots at a time when the sound has never been hotter.

Fittingly for a producer whose Hot Cakes brand has become a byword for bassbin-shaking bravado, this is one artist who’s cooking up a storm right now.

•• Freddy J ••

Having begun his path in 2001, Freddy J has been on a focused mission of constant development, molding his unique style to deliver dancefloor mayhem wherever he performs. He unfailingly brings you some of the best bassline driven party funk every time he plays, which can be described as a mixture of electro, funky, dirty, whompy, groovy, bassy, crunky, and a flat out good time. His mixes are guaranteed to bring anyone to their feet and you can count on it that he’ll set the tone for a good time, every time. Recent years have seem him cementing his status as one of Canada’s “must see” dj’s all over Canada at numerous events including the Fractal Forest at Shambhala, 5 times now. Also playing at Motion Notion numerous times and the notorious Burning Man Festival, to name a few. The only way to explain the vibe to your friends is to tell them that Freddy J will get them shaking their asses all night long. What more can be said about this one-of-a-kind DJ, other than that his stylish blend of music is like none other, and can only be witnessed by being part of the crowds he rocks each and every time he plays… This is one DJ you won’t want to miss.

•• Rabs ••

Rabs is Rich Rabnett. A producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and vinyl dj near Nelson BC. He makes albums in Jazz and Electronic idioms for Ropeadope Records and Quirk Audio.

• Doors 10pm
• $15 Earlybirds / $20 Advance
• $4.50 highballs or draft sleeves By The Savoy Brewery, $7.50 doubles until 11:30pm
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