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Vilify (Dubstep) presented by Bass Invaders

VILIFY (BassDriveWednesdays/LeBelmont/Wickedbad.net) Montreal’s VILIFY has taken her city’s electronic music scene by storm. Founder and resident DJ of Montreal’s most popular weekly ‘Bass Drive Wednesdays’ her night pushes the hardest and darkest Dubstep, DNB, Jungle and more. She has built an enviable reputation with her signature dubstep sets, versatility over the entire DNB spectrum & whatever else moves her (hip hop, reggae, jazz, raggacore, breakcore, metal ...) She has appeared alongside Skream [UK] Benga [UK] Rusko [UK] Goldie[UK] Dieselboy[US] (X3) Borgore[IS] (X2) Dj Hype[UK]Nero [UK] Bassnectar [CAN] Joe Nice[US] Excision[CAN] Datsik[CAN] Starkey[US] High Rankin[UK] Mt. Eden [NZ] Reso [UK] Bar9 [UK] and many more. Finalist at the 2007 Halifax DJ Olympics. She has played all across the country as well as some of the hottest spots in the U.S. (L.A., NY & more), Vilify has proven that she can keep up with the biggest DJs in the bass scene. Watch out for this woman, her dirty beats will destroy your soles. BLOG, WEB & MIXES: www.wickedbad.net/vilify www.destinedtolive.com/dj/vilify Twitter: twitter.com/DJ_VILIFY Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/vilify Local Support: Billy Rockwell C.H. Bassline Redworm Turtilian Live Visuals by Jaymez October 7th, Bass Invaders presents 6Blocc / R.A.W.: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=260115550682989 November 4th, Bass Invaders presents Gumby: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=236007646444525&view=wall Follow Bass Invaders on the official Bass Invaders Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bass-Invaders/155674551148236

Where:
The Zoo
160 Osborne St.
204-452-9824
When:
Friday, September 23, 2011 from 9:00 PM to 2:30 AM
What:
Night Clubs > Dance, Electronic & Hip-Hop
Neighbourhood:
City Centre
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