- Organizer: Ask.Video
- Date: Friday July 13, 2018
- Start Time: 8pm - 1am
- Event Length: 5 hours
- Location: Beaver Point Hall
- Expires: 19 days
Ask.Video presents MYSTICA: an evening of enlightened House & Techno with…
Noah Pred · Biotop / Traumraum / Compute – Berlin
Rennie Foster · RF / Ornaments / Soirée – Vancouver
Martin S. · Ask.Video – SSI
Doors @ 8 PM · Age: 19+ · $10 Advance / $15 Door
Noah, Rennie, & Martin are DJs and Innovators operating at the highest levels of the global electronic music industry – but their journey together started right here on Salt Spring Island more than 20 years ago.
With hundreds of records released between the 3 of them, and decades of experience as working DJs, Mystica will present an evening of modern electronic music designed to showcase the true art of the DJ.
Featuring The Ask.Video Sound System, you will experience big-club sound that lets you both hear & feel the sonic rhythms in every part of your being.
About the DJs:
NOAH PRED · Getting his musical start on Salt Spring Island and currently based in Berlin, Germany, Juno Award nominee Noah Pred has dedicated his life to the creation and performance of electronic music. As a prominent member of SSI’s international creative diaspora, Noah has been ripping up clubs and festivals around the world with his signature blend of house, techno, and electro. He is currently touring North America in support of his recent full-length albums for Biotop and Modularfield. More info: http://noahpred.com
RENNIE FOSTER · Gorg-O-Mish resident, owner of RF Records, and a staple performer in the Detroit and Tokyo techno scenes, Rennie Foster is a truly International DJ and performer that has remained dedicated to his art and craft for over 30 years. Originally from Victoria, but now hailing from Vancouver, Rennie is one of the original electronic music masters from our region. More info: https://soundcloud.com/renniefoster
MARTIN S. · After years as a working DJ/Producer in Victoria, Martin went on to found the largest audio education websites in the world (macProVideo/Ask.Video/Ask.Audio). Through these websites, Martin has taught more people how to make electronic music than anyone else on the planet, but his true passion still remains DJing using only turntables as his interface to the sound.
About Ask.Video · Ask.Video is an online school and resource library dedicated to the creative arts including DJing, Music Production, Video Editing, Photography & Graphics, and more. Featuring both Live Classes and on-demand tutorials, Ask.Video provides education – and inspiration – to creative professionals looking to advance their art. Ask.Video is proud to call Salt Spring Island its home, and to be part of the local community. More info: https://ask.video
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