When:
September 16, 2017 @ 10:00 pm – 2:00 am
2017-09-16T22:00:00-07:00
2017-09-16T02:00:00-07:00
Where:
Bloom Nightclub
198 Baker St
Nelson, BC V1L 4H2
Canada
Cost:
$15-20
Contact:
Jake Langmuir
778-463-0700

Welcome to the first of many events titled #SecretsInTheBasement

–> A new monthly event combining dance performances with headlining DJs from all over Canada as well as the US! Join us for our first event with a stacked lineup of local talent, starting off with B2B madness of Calmpound& Mooves & SHINY THINGS MUSIC as well as dance performances from Jennifyre Saje and Whitney Laine.. Advance tickets are $15 online –>http://bit.ly/2wwGL6Z

–> PLUS, our Headlining DJ / MC, NICO LUMINOUS from Los Angeles!

•• NICO LUMINOUS ••
http://www.nicoluminous.com/

West Coast Bass Maker NICO LUMINOUS is on a mission. His unique brand of “Glitch-a-delic Soul Whomp” fuses Melodic progressions, futuristic sound design and organic elements into sexy bass rollers. His original DJ sets journey through all tempo ranges and styles from Psychedelic Trap, Sensual Luvstep and Bouncey Mid-tempo Wobble jams. Hiphop, Dancehall, R&B, and Dub play a major influence in the Luminous sound to keep it grounded while travelling deep into to the sonic soundscape of modern synths and drum machines. Incorporating Beat-boxering, live looping, and a multitude of other instruments, his performances make for an unforgettable experience. He integrates his uplifting lyrics, and his well developed keyboard and Conga playing and often throws in his custom effects pedal belt for a show like you’ve never seen or heard before.

Based in Los Angeles, however within the last year Nico has taken his music nationally and internationally blazing his trail nonstop at events worldwide. Consistently adding fresh tracks to his sets; he loves working with the crowd’s energy to create new sounds.

•• SHINY THINGS MUSIC ••
https://soundcloud.com/shinythingsshinythings

SHINY THINGS come from dirty places: rolling in rave dust since childhood, the colorful vibes awoken during prepubescent trips in the desert have transmuted into some of the future sounds of today. From the interior groves of the west coast, this one’s a contributor; when not on stage you’ll find him on the floor, with glistening wits and moves for days. Selections all with good taste, these hyphy but paced, futuristic but deeply rooted psychedelic sounds are delightfully hype at any hour.

•• Mooves ••
https://soundcloud.com/moovesmusic

Mooves, voted Best DJ/Producer at the 2015 Kootenay Music Awards, is a future bass producer based in Nelson BC. As a contributor to Phyla Digital, Tenth Degree, Ground Mass and Philthtrax Records, Mooves has appeared alongside an international roster of producers on compilations that have been featured in the Top 10 Footwork/Juke charts on Juno Download. His “Hot Platter” EP reached number 44 in the Top 200 electronic releases on France’s iTunes charts and “Huevos” EP charted on Earshot! reports from community and campus radio stations from Fredericton to Kamloops. He has performed at Basscoast, Shambhala, Percolate events and has supported Addison Groove, Stickybuds, Chimpo, Juno-nominated Humans, Sinistarr, the Funk Hunters and Bonobo

•• Calmpound ••
https://soundcloud.com/calmpound

Multi-instrumentalist/producer/DJ Calmpound is known for providing a diverse, versatile and forward thinking tapestry of sounds and moods. Currently heading up Bloom Nightclubs imprint Low key and one half of the new “InSomme” project with KNGSPRNGS as well as releasing with Shamik’s label Sensing waves, calgarys Noctilux collective and Doyu Digital and even more recently being featured on Jonny Dub (Levelz) podcast Hold Your Corner.
Constantly evolving and fine tuning his sound to push boundaries and leave a lasting impression on dancefloors and the scene as a whole.

• Doors 10pm
• $15 advance tickets available online now: http://bit.ly/2wwGL6Z
• $4.50 highballs or draft sleeves from The Savoy Hotel Brewing Co, $7.50 doubles until 11:30pm
• Powered by PK Sound
• 19+

•• More on Bloom Nightclub from THUMP / VICE •• http://thump.vice.com/en_ca/article/shambhala-music-festival-opens-its-doors-to-new-sister-club-cafe-and-lounge