ICE FEST 2K17: RETURN OF THA ICE

ICE FEST, featuring Vancouver’s oddest electronic musicians is back. The annual event, usually accompanied by ironically elaborate visuals (last year one of the visuals was just the Spy Kids movie), has a lineup including musicians from the local music collective Mountainous, namely Sol Speech and Jade Statues, as well as a collection of exciting guests. The event will be headlined by vaporwave and sea punk artist Blank Banshee, known for implementing nostalgic Windows 98 samples into their music. You can expect a night of immersive sonic landscapes, with some of the oddest, chilliest, and iciest tunes you can find outside a tundra.

If you’re still not convinced, Lotusland has compiled a playlist featuring artists playing at ICE FEST that will surely change your mind. This playlist will disappear after Saturday and will be sold as a limited edition CD for $5 dollars at the event, first come first serve. Message a host on this Facebook event for the address.

ICE FEST 2K17: RETURN OF THA ICE from LotuslandMag on 8tracks Radio.

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