Ruby Waters (born July 20, 1997) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Of Métis and Slovak heritage, Waters grew up in Shelburne, Ontario.] Her parents were in a country band together and introduced her to music at an early age.] She began busking and performing in bars around the age of 13.
Waters first attracted attention when a video of her performing her debut single “Sweet Sublime” became popular on Reddit. She followed up with the singles “Supernatural” and “Last Cigarette”, and toured as an opening act for City and Colour on his 2019 tour, before releasing her debut EP Almost Naked.
Taelor Deitcher (born April 9, 1987), better known by his stage name Felix Cartal, is a Canadian DJ and electronic dance music producer. He released his first EP Skeleton in 2009 once he signed with Dim Mak Records.Since then he has gone on to release four full-length albums, 2010’s Popular Music, 2012’s Different Faces, 2018’s Next Season,and 2021’s Expensive Sounds for Nice People. Deitcher has toured with Wolfgang Gartner, MSTRKRFT, and Bloody Beetroots. Deitcher set the trend of collaborating with unpredictable vocalists in the dance scene such as Sebastien Grainger of Death from Above 1979, Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds and Johnny Whitney of The Blood Brothers.
LŪN, the Secret Electronic Alias of Lights
With her patented “gothbounce” sound, LŪN’s new haha i like it EP is a song-cycle of spine-chilling bass music akin to a dystopian REZZ. Each of the record’s six tracks grind with hypnotic grit, underpinning the arrival of a formidable new music producer who is unafraid of genre boundaries. Standout tracks include “us at the boat,” a quirky pop-trap banger, and the snarling midtempo anthem “um sir.”
Glass Petals is Felix Cartal and Johnny Jover. Club music only. We love playing full tracks and never rushing into the next record. It’s a marathon not a sprint. The best nights are where we forget about everything and get lost in the music together.
Meltt mold buzzing shoegaze guitars, otherworldly keys, and evocative vocals into a widescreen psychedelic projection of three-dimensional emotion. The Vancouver outfit—Chris Smith, Jamie Turner, James Porter, and Ian Winkler—lean into a lively sonic ebb and flow, bending this natural motion into ethereal and entrancing anthems. After reeling in millions of streams and captivating audiences on the road, the group come together and blur sensory lines on their 2023 EP, Another Quiet Sunday (Nettwerk).
As a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer, Cam has been pouring out his own experiences and emotions into his music. Cam has been playing music since he was 12 years old and has been developing his skill set ever since. His music leans toward an experimental/alternative-rock sound, from which he says is due to his upbringing listening to bands such as Radiohead, Cage the Elephants, and Biffy Clyro.
Dubconscious has come to represent both the east and the western coast of Canada. Appearing in nearly every major city in Canada, and sharing the stage with a wide and varied spectrum of headliners – from Beenie Man and Barrington Levy, to Andy C, Shy FX and Dillinja to The Roots, Mixmaster Mike and Blockhead, to Gramatik , Dub FX, Glitch Mob and Beats Antique, to Bicep and Kastle, to Salva, Clicks & Whistles and the Gaslamp Killer to Truth, Plastician and Rusko – he’s proven his versatility many times over, across an array of arenas. He’s also appeared at numerous music festivals including BC’s Shambhala (5x), Bass Coast (2x), Diversity, Motion Notion, Loki and the BC Ska Fest, WEMF and Harvest Festival in Ontario, and the Dragon Festival in Granada, Spain. He has been curating a Sunday night weekly at The Keefer Bar in Vancouver for over two years, and was also running an all-vinyl reggae & dancehall weekly, Wax Wednesdays at the Waldorf – the poster for which was featured in the music video for Major Lazer & Busy Signal’s “Bumaye.”