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April 26, 2019

Jon1st & Shield Live

Friday Apr 26th
SHAHdjs and Aufect / Aufect Platinum present:
Jon1st & Shield LIVE
This is a hype new project combining two super dope creators;
Jon1st, a turntablist/producer from UK
Shield, a producer/live performer from Copenhagen
They met through Ivy Lab’s 20/20 label, and as live performers they naturally moved into collaborating, finding their methods and skillsets worked beautifully together.
Sequencing, turntablism, keys and more.
This shit is tight.
Opening sets by 3 local power duo’s:
Deaf Echoes

At the Beaumont on the fresh new PK rig!

Online Tickets start at $25, then limited supply at $30, $35 at the door.

“Behind the music”
“Holla” performance

Deaf Echoes

Shield; (20/20 LDN)
Copenhagen’s Shield has become a key artist in the beats scene, fusing his long history as a bass music producer, with a background as a classical percussionist. His signature sound always puts a lot of emphasis on drums and textures & often recorded by himself in his studio. While completing his Masters Degree in percussion at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, his track Horrormovie caught the attention of Ivy Lab, who after supporting it on their Rinse FM Critical Sound show, subsequently signed him to their 20/20 LDN imprint. The My Flava EP, his debut release with the label, received massive support by scene leaders such as Ivy Lab, Noisia, Alix Perez, Sub Focus, DJ Craze and Tipper.

Jon1st (Fly High Society UK)
Through his ahead of the curve track selection and technical ability, Jon1st has quickly built a reputation as a DJ’s DJ. His club sets see him effortlessly blend together influences from across the alternative electronic music spectrum, incorporating breath taking technical skills developed through his background as a World-DMC-title-winning turntablist while keeping the dance floor moving. Alongside a busy touring schedule, which has seen him recently perform across Europe, North America and Asia, Jons sets have recently caught the attention of drum and bass/half time beats supergroup Ivy Lab, who have swiftly made him a resident at their 20/20LDN club nights in London and around Europe where he has had played alongside many of the scene’s leading producers. He also holds down a monthly podcast with Liverpool based label Fly High Society and his studio mixes have been featured on established platforms such as Ninja Tune’s Solid Steel, Boiler Room, Rinse FM, Kutmah’s Sketchbook Radio, Serato’s Seratocast, Noisey, Hyponik, DJ Mag, NTS, DJsounds, Radar Radio and Foreign Beggars’ Par Excellence Radio Show. In addition, his turntablist skills have recently seen him collaborate on productions and live routines with fellow 20/20 artist Shield – a project that will develop into a live show in 2019. Jon has also previously been invited to perform official scratch refixes of Ivy Lab, Alix Perez, Om Unit, Halogenix, Moresounds, Kabuki, NameBrandSound, DJ Vadim and Sam Binga. He was also recently hand picked by Beardyman to perform in his Dream Team project, where Jon performs alongside a group of world-class musicians, improvising a new full unplanned album at every performance. He has also recently provided scratches for releases by JD Reid, Mosca (NotSoMuch), Silent Dust & Kaelin Ellis (None60) and Savvy. As a producer, he has recently released collaborative projects with Shield, EAN, Tehbis, Benny Roach and GOALS (alongside Will LV and EAN) – receiving DJ and radio support from household names like Om Unit, Gilles Peterson, Ivy Lab, Fracture, Tim Parker, Reso, Jonny Dub, Kromestar, Kabuki, BBC 6 Music, Rinse FM and NTS.

Code of Conduct:
Positive. Vibes. Only.
SHAHdjs, Aufect and the Beaumont strive to provide a safe space for everyone regardless of gender, age, race, or sexual orientation. No harassment will be tolerated. If anyone is making you feel unsafe please let one of the staff or someone in charge know.
We are here to help.

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May 10, 2019

ONSET AUDIO [YVR showcase]

/// ONSET AUDIO [YVR showcase] ///

• sound barrier pressure •
• tactical audio design •
• stealth drum’n’bass •

Unredacted Research Source ::

Operation Assets:

• Homemade Weapons (Samurai Music, Weaponry, Onset Audio // Seattle)

• Grym (Onset Audio // Seattle)

• Underfelt (Onset Audio // Edmonton)

• Ded Sheppard (Onset Audio // Vancouver)

• Kir Mokum (SHAHdjs // Vancouver)

H.U.D :: Vasho
Perimeter Security Ops :: Jumbo

• PK sound · LGBT safe · seniors discount · no drugs · no shitheads · no creeps · +19 •


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May 11, 2019

Hydration: Spectrasoul

SHAHdjs & Bassbizniz proudly present
Hydration: A night of liquid drum and bass, health and well being.

Featuring: SpectraSoul (London, Ish Chat Music)

Opening Sets by:
DJ Surgeon (
BreO (
Vasho (

Visuals and staging by INEO Studios

Pre show Yoga hour lead by Susan Horning of Unity Yoga
Expect extras like Massage, Kengen Water, Kombucha, Chill Zone, Special Health Drinks and more.

Tickets online now at
At the Beautiful Beaumont
Positive. Vibes. Only.
SHAHdjs, Bassbizniz, and the Beaumont strive to provide a safe space for everyone regardless of gender, age, race, or sexual orientation. No harassment will be tolerated. If anyone is making you feel unsafe please let one of the staff or someone in charge know.We are here to help.
Since their emergence in 2006, Jack Stevens and David Kennett, professionally known as SpectraSoul, have carved a truly unique position, not only in the Drum & Bass music scene, but electronic music as a whole. Having released music on the finest and most respected labels in the scene, from Goldie’s legendary Metalheadz, to dBridge’s boundary breaking Exit Records, and Kasra’s progressive Critical Music, they went on to become vital members of Friction’s irrepressible Shogun Audio imprint. Beautifully deep and etched with groove yet powerful enough to move any dancefloor, SpectraSoul’s stunning musical productions are a far cry from the soulless, synthetic rave fodder so many unfortunately associate with Drum & Bass today.

The duo’s creative evolution has seen them incorporate a variety of tempos and moods; bending genres in the process yet their underlying sound remains instantly recognizable, and in many ways unique.
The breadth of their creative influences is a rarity within their peer group, taking influence not only from a unique mixture of musical genres and moments in time, but also from wider fields such as photography, art, film and beyond.

With the release of their debut album, ‘Delay No More,’ in July 2012, SpectraSoul received well-earned critical acclaim from an idiosyncratic plethora of supporters, and impacted, not only on UK shores, but across the globe leading to a touring schedule covering four continents and 30 countries, as well as radio support from far and wide. with the singles ‘Light In The Dark’ and ‘Away With Me’ gaining heavy rotation on BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and 6Music.

Their sophomore album, ‘The Mistress,’ followed in 2015, and saw the duo gain notoriety from top DJs at BBC Radio 1, and 1xtra, with the lead single, ‘Always,’ serving as Annie Mac’s ‘Special Delivery.’ The world tour that followed saw the duo playing extended three-hour sets to allow them to showcase their discography, as well as the breadth of their taste within the 170-beats-per-minute format. With this success came a string of high profile remixes for artists such as Jungle, John Newman, Raleigh Ritchie, Benzel, and Dornik, all of which gained support from specialist radio figureheads such as Annie Mac, Mistajam, Huw Stephens, Friction and others.

2016 saw the duo spread their wings and launch their very own label, Ish Chat Music. A platform which has already seen the release of three critically acclaimed releases; Only You. Stock Sound & Second Chance EP and just one year after the launch of the label, their third studio album How We Live. Like previous albums, the LP encompassed the broad spectrum of Drum & Bass music the duo are so well known for, and saw widespread support from club and radio DJs alike, gaining regular plays on Radio 1 from Annie Mac & Friction, and Beats 1 from Julie Adenuga.



Tempest Dub / In My Arms – SGN:LTD

III Note Soul / Cherry Smoke – SGN:LTD
Ceramic / Tomorrow’s Promise – Sound Trax
Emptyness is Form / Ricochet – Diverse Products
Panoramic (featured on Calligraphy EP)

Submission / Tender Doubt – Celsius Recordings
Wounded / Body Language (ft Icicle) – SGN:LTD
Alibi / Dark Hour – Critical Music
Bloodrain / Someday Soon – Westbay International
The Waterfront EP – Nu:Directions
Downtown Chicago / The Weakness – Deep Soul Music
Tectonic (featured on Future Without Past EP) – Deep Soul Music
The Tube (featured on Shogun Assassins EP Vol 3) – Shogun Audio
Shades of Blue (featured on Chronicles of the Deep) – Fokus Recordings

The Four Points / Guardian (Know you want me) – Metalheadz
Mimic / Suppression – Subtitles
How Strange / I Was 10 – SGN:LTD
Captive / Poseidon – Deep Soul Music
Alibi (Break Remix) / Organiser – Critical Music
Taken / Organiser (Ramadanman Refix) – Critical Music
Buried – (Taken from Quality not Quantity EP – Vol 2) – 31 Records
Melodies / Insignia – Exit Records
Forsaken (featured on Alix Perez 1984 LP) – Shogun Audio
Wedgehead (featured on Critical Sound LP) – Critical Music

Glimpse / Absentis – Shogun Audio
Martyr (featured on Break – Resistance LP) – Symmetry Recordings
Friction & K-Tee – Overtime (SpectraSoul Remix) – Shogun Audio

Lost Disciple / Reminiscence – Shogun Audio
Montpellier (featured on Way Of The Warrior – Part 1) – Shogun Audio
The Gift (featured on Way of the Warrior LP – Part 1) – Shogun Audio
BTK – Things I Do (SpectraSoul Remix) – Demand Records

Light in the Dark / Shackles – Shogun Audio
Away With Me – Shogun Audio
Delay No More EP – Shogun Audio
Delilah – Shades of Grey (SpectraSoul Remix) – Atlantic Records
Extra Curricular – Last Day (SpectraSoul Remix) – Pigeonhole this!
Enei – No Fear (SpectraSoul Remix) – Critical Music

Delay No More – The Remixes – Shogun Audio
Play The Fool / Bugsy – Shogun Audio
Hearts (featured on Way of Warrior LP – Part 2) – Shogun Audio
Pedestrian – Hoyle Road (SpectraSoul Remix) – Born Electric
Bo Keeney – Up in Smoke (SpectraSoul Remix) – Maple Music
Amy Steele ft Mario – Eyes On You (SpectraSoul Remix) – 2013

Ben (featured on 10 Years Shogun LP) – Shogun Audio
Above & Beyond – We’re All We Need (SpectraSoul Remix) – Anjuna Beats/Ultra Records
Etherwood – Hold Your Breath (SpectraSoul Remix) – Hospital Records
Rag & Bone Man – Life in her yet (SpectraSoul Remix)
BenZel – Wasted Love (SpectraSoul Remix) – PMR
Rag & Bone Man – Hell Yeah (SpectraSoul remix) – Best Laid Plans

Shelter / Shelter VIP – Shogun Audio
Always / I Don’t Mind – Shogun Audio
Hayden James – Something About You (SpectraSoul Remix)
Dornik – Strong (SpectraSoul Remix) – PMR Records
Rudimental – Never Let You Go (SpectraSoul Remix) – Asylum Records/Warner
John Newman – Tiring Game (SpectraSoul Remix) – Island Records
Terri Walker – Open Your Mind (SpectraSoul Remix)
Jungle – Platoon (SpectraSoul Remix) – XL Recordings
Raleigh Ritchie – Bloodsport (SpectraSoul Remix) – Sony Music

Only You EP – Ish Chat Music
Stock Sound EP – Ish Chat Music
Commix – Justified (SpectraSoul Remix)
Arctic Lake – Heal Me (SpectraSoul Remix)

Second Chance EP – Ish Chat Music
Synergy EP (wt Alix Perez) – 1985/Ish Chat
Ivy Lab – Peninsula (SpectraSoul Remix)
LSB – Rolling Sideways (SpectraSoul Remix)

Delay No More – Shogun Audio (2012)
The Mistress – Shogun Audio (2015)
How We Live LP – Ish Chat Music (2017)

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June 7, 2019

Fever Music Fest (Pemberton)

Real True, Brukinout & Last Planet Presents…

• • • Fever Music Festival • • •
• • • June 7 – June 9, 2019 • • •
• Pemberton, British Columbia •

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Camping • Custom Ineo Stage • PK Sound
3 Days • 2 Nights • Live Art & Dancers
Art Installations • Workshops
Food & Merchandise Vendors

•Early Bird Tickets Available On March 11th

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Fever Music Festival is making its debut in beautiful Pemberton B.C. We love Jungle and Drum and Bass, so we are throwing a 100% Jungle Drum And Bass festival to give these junglist’s what they really want!

This private land is located in the middle of the Pemberton Mountain Range. Enjoy the custom stage design by Ineo and PK sound and dance the night away with all the jungle!

You’ll expect to see local & international acts, on-site camping, art installations, workshops with custom stage loaded with big sound, projections, lighting, flow artists & dancers.

Join us as we celebrate the debut of Fever Music Festival!

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Tier 1 | $50 – Sold Out
Tier 2 | $75 – Limited
Tier 3 | $100
Tier 4 | $150

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Camping – Free!

Camping with car – $30 (very limited)

Parking – $20 (payment on site)

Shuttle from Vancouver to event round trip $80

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Ticket Sellers

Beat Street – 439 W Hastings St, Vancouver
(604) 683-3344

Justin Hepburn – Whistler – 604-902-4064 txt only

Sarah Fahina – East Vancouver –
Contact via facebook

Toby Dyce – East Vancouver – 604-779-6637

Dustin Wolfe – Downtown Vancouver –
Contact via Facebook

Adam Simpson – Surrey –

Lucas Allen – Fraser Valley – 604-996-5832

With support from:


Fever Music Festival is a 19+ event.

Want to get involved? We will be needing lots of volunteers to help make this project happen. Message the hosts �

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We WILL be announcing the venue right here when the time is right.

Yes. Bring containers for water.

YES. But this is camping. Bring food damnit!

Everything you need for camping including bugspray. Bring warm clothes too, and a onesie.

NO. Some dogs live on the property and they don’t like other dogs on their land.

The sound is going to be pretty damn big, so yes, you might want them.

No. Portapotties will be on site. You might wanna bring extra toilet paper and hand sanitizer tho, just incase.

If we said no, would it stop you? But seriously, we welcome all workshops, performances and classes to expand our minds. Please contact us.

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-Campers are expected to abide by all venue rules and adhere to federal, provincial, and local laws
-Camping in designated areas only.
-No illicit drug use or sales
-No pets
-Disposal of garbage/recycling in designated areas only
-No dumping of Sewage and/or grey water on property
-In event of emergency gather and follow instructions provided by event/property staff ONLY
-Respect the property. You want to come back in 2020 don’t you?
-No fireworks
-No weapons

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February 1, 2020


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