Neon Steve returns to the Kootenays to play Nelson's Spiritbar.

Neon Steve returns to Nelson

A dress in neon or bright colours event tonight at Spiritbar with Neon Steve, one of the hottest rising stars in the Canadian music scene.

A dress in neon or bright colours event tonight at Spiritbar with Neon Steve, one of the hottest rising stars in the Canadian music scene.

Steve has held down top spots on Beatport, Juno, Hype Machine and Soundcloud hot charts in addition to taking the first spot in Hush Nightclub’s 2010 DJ challenge.

Comfortable rinsing out everything from disco to drum and bass, Steve has developed a reputation for producing bass music ranging in tempos with distinct hip hop and funk influences.

Anyone who’s had the chance to see him will attest, Steve has an exceptional ability to produce guaranteed boogie down tunes that will have any dancefloor poppin’ off.

If you caught Steve in the Fractal Forest at Shambhala Music Festival this year then you really know what’s in store.

Jay Wikid will also be his long awaited Nelson return throwing down a 100 per cent original set of his unique glitch hop sound. Customized visuals by Onbeyond. Free giveaways throughout the night.

Advance tickets are $15 and are now available at the Hume Hotel. For more information like Spiritbar Events on Facebook.

 

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