Busty And The Bass

Beach Fire Entertainment presents

BUSTY AND THE BASS

plus Guest

Tuesday, September 10th
Distrikt – 919 Douglas
Doors: 8:00PM
19+

Advance tickets: $19.50 – Available online at Eventbrite.ca – http://bit.ly/bustyandthebassyyj and in-person at Lyle’s Place.

ARTIST INFO

Busty and the Bass – “Common Ground” – youtube.com/watch?v=54aem8qFnWU

With their seamless blend of soulful hip hop vocals, rap, signature brass and synths, Busty and the Bass is ushering in a new era of genre-defying sound. After meeting in their first week of the McGill University jazz program, the Montreal-based nine-piece quickly shot up from from packed house party jams to scorching live performances in front of thousands of fans across the US, Canada, Europe and the UK.

After building a dedicated international fan base off of the release of just two EPs — GLAM (2015) and LIFT (2016) — Busty is taking things to the next level with their forthcoming debut album, “Uncommon Good.” They’ve enlisted veteran producer and mixer Neal Pogue to guide the project, who is best known for his work with the likes of Outkast, Snoop Dogg, Earth Wind and Fire, MIA, Nicki Minaj, Aretha Franklin, and Lil Wayne.

The new album builds on a smooth foundational sound reminiscent of artists like Parliament, Earth, Wind and Fire, and Michael Jackson, weaving in the contemporary influence of Kendrick Lamar, D’Angelo, and James Blake. Each song on “Uncommon Good” feels like a single, from the brassy disco groove of “Up Top” to the Outkast-esque “Memories and Melodies” and the sensual, lyrical flow of “Common Ground.” The album synthesizes a swirling mixture of funk, soul, rock, hip-hop, dance music, and gospel that is layered, polished, and unified.

Busty’s natural chemistry and high-energy live show have made them an instant favorite with audiences around the world. Whether it’s your first Busty experience, or you know every time the cowbell comes in — you’re gonna dance.

This coming fall will mark the beginning of Busty and the Bass’ world tour in support of their debut album, “Uncommon Good”, set for release September 8, 2017.

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Black Mountain

Beach Fire Entertainment presents

Black Mountain

with Majeure

Sunday, Sept 15th
Distrikt
8pm Doors | 19+ | $25.00 adv
Tickets http://bit.ly/BLACKMTYYJ

 

Beach Fire Ent Presale Starts
June 19 2019 @ 12:00pm (PW: DESTROYER)

All Presales End
June 20 2019 @ 11:59pm

General Onsale
June 21 2019 @ 12:00pm + Tickets will be available at Lyles Place + The Strathcona Hotel Front Desk

Black Mountain Bio:
Black Mountain’s Stephen McBean turned 16 after Woodstock but before Varg started burning down Norwegian churches. And yet, until just two short years ago, McBean had lived his entire adolescence and adult life without a proper driver’s license, that first and most coveted ticket to personal independence. Black Mountain’s new album, Destroyer, is imbued with all that wild-ass freedom and newfound agency (and anxiety and fear) that comes with one’s first time behind the wheel.

Destroyer, named after the discontinued single-run 1985 Dodge Destroyer muscle car, is structured around the feeling of driving a hot rod. The album exists in the middle of the early-to-mid 80s Los Angeles war between punk and hair metal – it’s exhilarating, spirited, and dangerous. Throughout, youthful themes run rampant: “Boogie Lover” cruises down the Sunset Strip, “Horns Arising” is a fill-up at a desert gas station just in time to see a UFO hovering near a mesa, and “High Rise” rounds out a sense of teenage discovery.

To create Destroyer, McBean shacked himself up in his rehearsal space and invited over friends from the endless rock’n’roll highway, bringing to life 22 songs. While some were laid back into shallow graves to dig up once again at a later date, the others were left above ground and polished and given life, some transformed by longtime band member Jeremy Schmidt. This generation of Black Mountain also sees new members Rachel Fannan (Sleepy Sun) and Adam Bulgasem (Dommengang & Soft Kill) as well as familiar collaborators Kliph Scurlock (Flaming Lips), Kid Millions (Oneida) and John Congleton (St. Vincent, Swans). Collectively, there’s a renewed vitality to Black Mountain on Destroyer — a seasoned, veteran of heady hard rock that’s found new, young muscles to flex and roads to explore.

VIP NYE Package

New Year’s Eve

New Years Eve Package – Starting from $219 per night

  • Only Available December 31st 2018
  • All Venue Access Pass
  • Bottle of Bubbly
  • NYE Party Favours
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Starting at $219 plus taxes based on Single Occupancy

All packages are based on single or double occupancy unless otherwise stated. Rates shown generally reflect low season rates and vary depending on room type. Packages are subject to availability at the time of booking for the requested dates. Alcohol, taxes and gratuities are additional. Please call Reservations at 1-800-663-7476 for details on packages, prices and availability. Rates available only December 31st, 2018.

Online Booking

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Stay & Dine

Premier Package – Starting from $119 per night

  • Room of any type
  • $20.00 Certificate for dining
  • Free Parking
  • Free cover to Distrikt Nightclub & The Clubhouse
  • Continental Breakfast

All packages are based on single or double occupancy unless otherwise stated. Rates shown generally reflect low season rates and vary depending on room type. Packages are subject to availability at the time of booking for the requested dates. Alcohol, taxes and gratuities are additional. Please call Reservations at 1-800-663-7476 for details on packages, prices and availability. Rates available until March 31st, 2019.