Self Evident takes the stage at Nelson's Spiritbar tomorrow night.

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Self Evident will be making the first of two Kootenay stops this summer tonight as he takes the stage at Spiritbar.

Self Evident will be making the first of two Kootenay stops this summer tomorrow as he takes the stage at Spiritbar. He will also be at the Living Room Stage at Shambhala and the Shambhala crew caught up with Self Evident before the Friday show.

1. Last year you were on tour in Argentina and Chile.  How does their electronic music scene differ from our own?  How is it similar?

The influence from traditional South American music in their dance music scene gives things a different flavor. Not unlike Canada, bass music is getting bigger in South America.

2. You’re coming straight from Bass Coast to Shambhala. What’s the most exciting thing about playing those festivals back to back?

Soaking up all the natural beauty of these two sites in one week is pretty exciting, and of course twice the raving.

3. You are in the Lighta Crew. Tell us how this came to be and what the Lighta Crew is.

The sound.

Self Evident will be sharing the stage with DJ Cure and HxdB,  June 8, doors open at 10 p.m. Ticket information is availabale at the Hume.

 

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