Armin van Buuren in Vancouver 2008 at Plush

Trance legend, DJ Armin van Buuren will be at Plush Nightclub this week for two nights.

DJ Armin van Buuren with Guest Glenn Morrison
Oct 9, 2008 & Oct 10, 2008
Plush Nightclub
$60 in advance

Presented by: Twisted Productions, Solid Entertainment & Pure Image Entertainment

ATB Vancouver 2008

Another huge Trance DJ hits Vancouver. ATB is behind massive club anthems like 9pm Till I Come and Ecstasy. Don’t miss a rare clubnight in Vancouver.Trance DJ ATB Vancouver Event 2008

ATB with guest Canyon Boulevard

When: Thursday October 2, 2008
Where: Plush Nightclub, Downtown, Vancouver
Cost: $45
By: MSH Sessions

DJ John Digweed Vancouver 2008

John Digweed is not one of my favourite DJs but he is world class. Well known as half of Sasha & Digweed – the DJs behind the highly successful Northern Exposure CDs – John Digweed is a little too melodic for my taste which prefers a little more intensity. I have heard Digweed play once – with Sasha – at a huge party in Victoria at Memorial Arena. However the sound engineer really messed up the sound design so my own experience was less than thrilling.

DJ John Digweed Vancouver 2008 Club Night

DJ John Digweed Vancouver 2008 with Kevin Shiu

Friday Sep 12, 2008 @ Celebrities Nightclub, Downtown, Vancouver
Cost: $35
By: Blueprint Events

I’d love to hear how Digweed’s set goes this Friday at Celebrities – so drop a comment if you see the show – or even better, send me some pics to post!

Paul van Dyk 2008 World Tour Hits Vancouver

Paul Van Dyk

2008 Vonyc Sessions World Tour

Thursday October 30th, 2008 @ Plush Nightclub, Downtown, Vancouver
Cost: $60
Tickets: Clubzone
 Presented by: Twisted Productions

Organix presents Eskimo Live – Phantasm Records UK

Where: Club 23 West - 23 West Cordova, Vancouver, BC 
When: July 18, 2008 - 10-3am

$20 at the door, Limited Capacity

Eskimo (aka Junya) is one of the most promising of the new generation of trance producers out there. Having released his debut artist album “Can You Pick Me Up” aged 17, Eskimo was almost immediately catapulted amongst the trance elite, add to this his scorching DJ Sets as DJ Junya, that he had been playing worldwide since he was 13, Eskimo is without a doubt one of the most exciting British artists today.

His unique production skills and ability to put together a class-A belter saw Eskimo’s tunes begin to show up in the sets of psy trance DJs across the globe. By the time he performed his first live set 6 months after the album dropped his repertoire had trebled and so had his ability. Landmark remixes, many still unreleased due to copyright wrangles, from this time included some of the scenes biggest players such as Infected Mushroom and Skazi, but it was his unofficial remix of The Prodigy “Voodoo People” that sealed his reputation on the global dance floor. When this struck everyone knew who Eskimo was.

By the summer of 2004 Eskimo dropped his second artist album “Take A Look Out There” a mind-altering collection of tunes let loose on an unsuspecting world including the near legendary “Party Pooper” a track sampling the police shutting down a free party. In November 2005 the release of Balloonatic Part One, a genre busting masterpiece redefined the standard of studio trickery yet retained a firm grip on the dance floor.

With the release of Balloonatic Part Two, Eskimo looks set to seal his already unassailable position as the most original and one of the most popular artists working in dance music today.