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OTT: Unique modern electro-acoustic dubs, indigenous sounds

Nelson Daily Editor
By Nelson Daily Editor
October 9th, 2011

Magic Bus with Bass Skidz featuring Billy Bangers and Django

Tuesday, October 11th – Showtime 10pm –

No Cover and Free Dirty Bass.

Variety Shows with Estevan and Tracy Lynn

Wednesday, October 12th – Starts 8:30pm –

Come experience some of Nelson and the area’s finest talent at our open stage. You just never know who might take the stage…hey maybe it’s you.

Drunk Uncle w/ friends

Thursday, October 13th – Doors 8pm –

  • Tickets $10 at the door – 

We’ve got one big night of music coming your way. 

Headlining this event will be a band called Babysitter from Victoria, BC, who play a lo-fi garage style that is very fun and interesting. 

Also talking the stage this night will be Nelson’s Drunk Uncle. These guys are a garage punk trio ready to rock with their short, sweet and intoxicating rowdy skate rock anthems. 

The mysterious BAZOO from Salmo will also share the stage and opening the evening we have MYXO (also from Nelson) who will blow you away with a mean punch of powerful noise.  These bands are full of energy, ready to rock and put on one crazy show.

DJ Express

Friday, October 14th –

  • Ticket info and times TBA –

Come kick it on the dancefloor with DJ Express.


Saturday, October 15th – Doors 8pm –

Unbeknownest to the London massive, deep within the English countryside lie a number of brilliant music producers.

One such unfashionable but extremely talented artist is OTT.  Unique modern electro-acoustic dubs with generous spat of indigenous sounds from around the world ladled into the mix is what you can expect from his sound.

But that’s not all, there are tracks that stray beautifully into different genres whilst maintaining the laid back but up beat dub vibe that we know and love.

Add that to the usual mind-blowing production, arrangement, song writing skills and jaw-dropping effects combos and you’ve got a sonic feast emanating from the speakers.

This Shambhala headliner and Nelson favourite will play The Royal this time around. Don’t miss this show.

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