The Prototypes bound for Nelson

The Prototypes are Brighton, UK based producers and DJs, Chris Garvey and Nick White.

The Prototypes will be Spiritbar in Nelson on April 18.

On Good Friday of Easter long weekend making their Kootenay debut — The Prototypes are Brighton, UK based producers and DJs, Chris Garvey and Nick White.

Having exploded onto the scene over the past few years, there’s been no looking back for the production duo, with their polished, dancefloor-destroying drum and bass, electro and bass music. With support from the likes of Andy C, Roni Size, Matrix & Futurebound, DJ Friction, Pendulum, and DJ Fresh, and many more The Prototypes quickly have become one of the most hotly-tipped production duos in the electronic music scene.

Also one of the busiest production teams on the remix front, The Prototypes credits read as a who’s who of some of the biggest names in dance and electronic music. With remixes for the likes of: Avicii, Ed Sheeran, Bingo Players, Hadouken, Modestep, AlunaGeorge, Fleur, Don Diablo, Ian Carey feat. Snoop Dogg, DJ Vadim, The Qemists, Friction, and Koven — it’s not hard to see why The Prototypes have become in such high demand.

The Prototypes will be debuting their brand new album material for the first time in Canada. Their album is due to come out on Viper Recordings later on this year and will mean a fresh dose of brand new dancefloor destroying music for Nelson!

The show on April 18 will also feature one of the fastest rising drum and bass stars in Canada — Calgary’s Dan Dakota +. There will also be an opening set by local BeatDokter.

The first 100 early bird tickets are available for just $15 at the Hume Hotel. Doors open at 10 p.m.

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