The Corps is playing Traverse on Saturday night. (Photo via Facebook)

The Corps is playing Traverse on Saturday night. (Photo via Facebook)

Three shows at Traverse this weekend

See the Pender Street Steppers on Thursday, Jodie B Friday and Blacked Out and The Corps Saturday

Andy Siegel

Special to the Review

To help celebrate Welcome Week and the opening of Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Traverse nightclub downtown has three great events going on Thursday through Saturday.

Thursday night Cymatic Grounds presents Pender Street Steppers from Vancouver coming to town for their first performance.

Long-time DJ’s and label bosses, their style ranges from hazy house music to disco-dub breaks sure to take you on a vinyl-fueled dance floor adventure.

First up before them to get the show going is Cymatic Grounds DJ Jungle Murray.

Cymatic Grounds is a local not for profit that makes sound becomes visible producing immersive events combining electronic music and visual arts.

This is a Welcome Week event and will include an info booth supported by Revelstoke’s Harm Reduction team.

Doors open at 9:30 p.m. tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door, they can be purchased by visiting the event page on Facebook.

READ MORE: Live music and harm reduction scheduled for Welcome Week

On Friday night Jodie B with Nique Blue and Makemdef of Chuurch take the stage.

Jodie B is a live loop performer, multi-instrumentalist and producer, performing as both a solo artist and as a duo with her sister crafting a seamless blend of electro-soul.

She performs with her guitar, violin, bass, harmonicas, synths, vocals, and electronic drums, while her sister Nique Bruce specializes in saxophone, mandolin and harmonizing vocals.

In summer of 2019, Jodie B released two singles (Game Of Fools and Face Yourself) promoting the singles at festivals Evolve and Shambhala.

In addition a collaborative EP featuring Calgary artist and producer, Rachel Geek, is set to be released in early 2020.

Makemdef of Chuurch and Jodie B have also been creating new music with a darker twist to the lean bass/electro-soul duo. Jodie B has released over 10 singles since 2015 including Long Ride, The Wolf, Daughter, The Judge, Words, Keep Going, JP, and her live set from Shambhala Music Festival in 2017 (all self-produced).

With a strong fan base out of Calgary, Jodie B is also establishing her career and communities in both Kelowna and Toronto. Her mission is to keep live performance and live instruments in the electronic music scene.

Saturday night, to top off the weekend celebration, you won’t want to miss local iconic snowboarders Wasted Youth premiere event of their new movie Wast3d with live performances by Blacked Out and The Corps, legendary punk bands from Vancouver.

READ MORE: Keep that ‘friendly small town’ feel in Revelstoke this Welcome Week

Blacked Out is a technical three piece thrashy melodic punk band that’s four old friends who got together to play music they would have been stoked on when they were teenagers in the 90s, it’s a solid mix of skate-punk and thrash.

The Corps are a four piece punk band that is similar to listening and watching a comic book come to life with a unique high energy sound, they have played many festivals throughout British Columbia such as the Squamish Punk Fest and Roots to the Boundary Festival last summer.

Wasted Youth is a crew of local Revelstoke misfit friends that are about making snowboard films and clothing inspired by the raw culture of core shredding.

Their passion for being in the mountains is as strong their our love of the party afterwards.

The groups dedication continues to grow and so does the following of people who can relate to what they stand for.

If you ride the gnarly zones at Revelstoke Mountain Resort and the backcountry in the area you’ve no doubt seen the crew shredding the park, deep pow and super steeps, dropping huge airs while destroying the local terrain.

Doors for this event open at 8 p.m. and tickets for this event are $10 at the door.


 

@RevelstokeRevue
editor@revelstoketimesreview.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Okanagan College students Michael Ochoa and Tallin Gregoire, both members of the Okanagan Indian Band, raised the Okanagan Nation Alliance flag on July 16, 2019,  outside the Vernon campus. (Karissa Gall photo)
First Nations reconciliation personified at Okanagan College

President Jim Hamilton’s foresight has opened post-secondary education doors for Okanagan College’s Indigenous students

Sunny the cat jumped out of the truck at the Revelstoke Landfill earlier this month and was quickly reunited with his owners. (Submitted)
The cat came back with the help of two Revelstoke landfill workers

Sunny jumped out of the truck at the landfill in November

Revelstoke’s Free Arts Sessions in the Park program is collecting letters for isolated seniors this holiday season. The deadline to submit a letter is Dec. 8. (Submitted photo)
Write a letter to someone in isolation this holiday season

Revelstoke’s Free Arts in the Park program is collecting letters for seniors

Movie crews filmed a holiday parade in Summerland in July. The parade, filmed on Main Street in Summerland, is for the movie, The Christmas Yule Blog. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
QUIZ: Test your knowledge of holiday movies and television specials

The festive season is a time for relaxing and enjoying some seasonal favourites

A bus shelter in White Rock is emblazoned with an ad from B.C.’s Office of the Human Rights Commissioner on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020. (Black Press Media files)
VIDEO: ‘Am I racist?’ campaign asks British Columbians to confront their unconscious biases

Signs asking British Columbians to think about racial injustice have been put up across the province

Black Press Media and BraveFace have come together to support children facing life-threatening conditions. Net proceeds from these washable, reusable, three-layer masks go to Make-A-Wish Foundation BC & Yukon.
Put on a BraveFace: Help make children’s wishes come true

Black Press Media, BraveFace host mask fundraiser for Make-A-Wish Foundation

The missing snowmen were found down the road Monday after being removed from their rightful places Sunday, Nov. 29. (Contributed)
Missing snowmen go for an evening stroll in Okanagan

Large Mrs. Snowman cutout apparently went for a walk

A Summerland municipal employee has tested positive for COVID-19. (Summerland Review file photo)
Summerland municipal employee tests positive for COVID-19

Employee now self-isolating and recovering at home

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond speaks to a reporter in Vancouver on November 13, 2015. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)
No evidence that B.C. ER staff played blood alcohol level game, but Indigenous racism widespread

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond releases findings of independent investigation

(Phil McLachlan - Capital News staff)
Kelowna break-in suspect arrested over weekend

The incident happened on Nov. 28 at approximately 4:40 a.m.

(Dave Landine/Facebook)
VIDEO: Dashcam captures head-on crash between snowplow and truck on northern B.C. highway

Driver posted to social media that he walked away largely unscathed

Vehicle damaged on Nov. 27 on East Boundary Road in West Kelowna. (Photo - Brooke Woodman)
Man arrested after allegedly smashing vehicle windows and stealing in West Kelowna

A man was seen throwing rocks at vehicles on East Boundary Road in West Kelowna on Nov. 27

Lauren Shular shows the Apexico Tshirts she designed and is selling
UBC Okanagan student says ‘if can’t go to Mexico – head to Apexico’

Apex family have designed fun Tshirts that are flying off the cabin shelves

Most Read