Drumsound and Bassline Smith play Nelson's Spiritbar tonight.

Drumsound and Bassline Smith play Nelson

One of the UK's biggest names in drum and bass plays Nelson's Spiritbar tonight.

Bassbizniz presents the biggest UK drum and bass headliner to ever touch down in the Kootenays, Drumsound and Bassline Smith, who play Spiritbar tonight.

Drum and bass would not be the same without Drumsound and Bassline Smith (aka Andy Wright, Benjamin Wiggett and Simon Bassline Smith).

Together the trio have body-slammed dancefloors from Derby to Durban and entrenched themselves as three of the finest drum and bass tastemakers on the planet courtesy of the blue chip label Technique Recordings.

Their music has constantly been played by other top artists in the industry including Andy C, DJ Hype, DJ Fresh, Friction, Tantrum Desire, Subfocus, Aphrodite, and many more in every corner of the globe.

They just recently did the world famous BBC Radio 1 Essential mix on September 22 showcasing a whole bunch of new material, which will be played right here in Nelson.

Big opening sets will be by Deeps and Mr. B.

First 50 tickets just $15 at the Hume Hotel and 20$ thereafter. Doors open at 10 p.m. For more information on this show and upcoming events at Spiritbar visit their Facebook page.


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