Deep House Vancouver proudly hosts Britta Unders for their debut in Vancouver.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Open Studios @ 252 E 1st Ave
△△ Britta Unders aka Britta Arnold
(Katermukke, Happy Camper Records I Berlin)
△ Iain Howie
△ Jared Love
(Rainforest Music, Dialtone Records)
Photography by: Alec Donnell Luna
of Ded Agency
Visuals by: Mint Butler
△△ Britta Unders
The year is 2016. Britta Arnold, space-girl, love child and musical jetsetter meets Unders, world-traveller, mad scientist and former Tin-Tin impersonator. It was here that two mirrors met, two ambitions joined and two styles merged to create what is now known as Britta Unders. Whether playing music to weekend ravers, swinging in the studio shaping emotions into sound, or casually planning their creative futures involving bus trips, mobile studios, remixes, releases and beyond, these kindred spirits are inhaling and exhaling each moment like the full moon does the tides. It’s natural.
After their auspicious meeting at Britta’s Grrr Mit Brrr party in the magical country of Kater Blau on the banks of the river Spree, much was to happen for our spirited duo. In a matter of months, the chemistry between them had already created an EP for Katermukke, a remix for Jonas Saalbach on Einmusika and remixes for Nico Stojan & JAW, Be Svendson and Arman Miran.
For Britta, who co-founded and managed the Bar 25 label, and Unders, with twenty years of experience in the electronic industry as both DJ, producer and promoter, this combined love of music, life and international globe-trotting created an unstoppable flow. Soon they were playing at some of the most reputable gatherings around the flat earth: Bachstelzen stage at Fusion Festival, Shoeless parties in Old Mokum, Woomoon in Ibiza — then Burning Man and New York through to South America, Africa and their home stomping grounds of Europe.
Together, their productions and DJ sets are spacious, tripping, techy and transportive. But somewhere, there is also a bearded shaman in neon playing the Glockenspiel while channeling the spiritual music of the world. Simply put, this is the sound of an extremely bright future.
△ Iain Howie:
Iain Howie has shared the stage with recognized acts such as Bob Moses, Jacques Greene and John Talabot, and frequently plays at Vancouver’s most well-known, underground venues. His sets are unique and tailored to time and place, his original compositions filled with lyricism and musicality and his use of live instruments and field recordings in his productions are just another indication of his creativity and skill. Rhombus, a Vancouver/Berlin collective, brought Howie’s first EP ‘Awake’ to the forefront, and he has since put out material on local and international labels.
△ Jared Love:
Jared Love’s story emerges in the early 2010s, in the midst of Vancouver’s burgeoning underground music scene. While dedicating most of his time to musical production, Jared had begun stepping outside of the studio and revealed a talent behind the decks that soon earned him residencies at staples such as Gorg-O-Mish Afterhours and MIA, as well as regular bookings with Open Studios and Soundtrade Productions.
His latest collaboration with Jay Tripwire, a remix of Adam Collin's and Andrew Hobolds «Moving Platform» which was released on Carlo Gambino’s Midnight Social imprint has charted well, earning him international play.Recently, Recently, Love joined forces with El Salvadorian based Rainforest Music, with the goal of expanding their horizons when it comes to House and Techno in the North American market.
— △ Ticket Info:
Online Limited Pre-Sale: $15 ***SOLD OUT***
2nd Tier (General Admission): $25
3rd Tier (Final Release): $35
Limited Tickets at the Door
*** NO GUESTLIST ***
— 19+ | 2 pieces of gov't ID required.
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