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Event Archive - Mustard Seed Food Drive: Scotty Stylus, Critical, Psychi

Sun. October 9th 2011 Hush (No Minors)
10pm - 2 doors at 10
Presented by: Hush
With Winter fastly approaching us, it's time for us to help out our neighbours... Please bring a NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEM to the Door if possible tonight and we will make sure it gets to the Victoria Mustard Seed Food Bank.


A true local legend, Scotty Stylus, has been Rawkin' the Decks at clubs and parties for almost fifteen years. Known almost as much for his Off Stage Antics as his Electrifying Performances, Scotty is both feared as a DJ, and respected as a vital part of local party culture. Scotty is known for Co-Founding Soundwave, Vancouver Island's biggest electronic festival, and owner of the now defunct Stylus Records. As winner of the 2004 Hush DJ Challenge, Scotty solidified his reputation as the best the island has to offer, with his progressive blend of Techno, Old Skool Breaks, and turntablism. Still playing all over B.C. and the rest of Western Canada, Scotty still finds time to RAWK his Favourite Club!


has been releasing music for about 4 years. His early works in breaks earned him both vinyl and digital releases on UK labels such as Mechanoise and Waveshape Records. His single "The way I feel" gained him BBC Radio One play, on the legendary Annie Nightingale's show located in London. Later works went on such labels as Dusted breaks, and Nu Industry recordings, where the song "Hype the funk" got the remix touch by artists such as Calvertron and Tom EQ. He's done collaboration work with the likes of Xim and Bass during time in Spain, and remixed artists such as Anti-science. Lately hes begun working with local Canadian label: Rapid Fire Records, producing both dubstep and breaks. Expect too see other works and collaborations on different labels due out mid 2011.


Raised by a pack of yeti in the mountains of Northern Mongolia, Psychi left the woods in 1995 to become a super hero, fighting evildoers and miscreants. Tragically, in 2000 he spontaneously developed an allergy to spandex - forcing him to hang up his cape forever. He turned his super powers to the turntables, slaying dance floors rather than super villains. After learning the ones and twos of DJing playing House music, Psychi quickly found his niche in the then fledgling Nu Skool Breaks scene. After a few years playing the Hardest, Darkest sounds he could find, Psychi turned his super powers to most feared foe of the electronic music scene – sunrise. Taking a step back from peak time, Psychi has broadened his musical spectrum to include Hip Hop and Trip Hop, chill beats to ease the pain of the day break.


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