Longwalkshortdock, RIM Visuals, KERMODE

Thu. April 18th 2019 9pm - 2am The Red Room Vancouver BC (No Minors)
Digital Motion proudly presents

How Can You Just Pretend? Vancouver album release show!
Join us for the highly anticipated return of LWSD as he presents his 4th studio album to us LIVE on PK SOUND. Friday is a holiday for most! Don't miss out on one of the best show's touring this spring in western Canada.

LONGWALKSHORTDOCK w/ RIM VISUALS
https://www.facebook.com/longwalkshortdock
https://soundcloud.com/longwalkshortdock
https://www.facebook.com/RimVisuals

with special guests

KERMODE [Digital Motion] w/ custom stage
https://soundcloud.com/kermodemusic
https://www.facebook.com/Kermodemusic

WILLISIST [SHAHdjs] http://www.facebook.com/TheWillisist
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VASHO [SHAHdjs]
soundcloud.com/vasho http://www.facebook.com/vashophotography

★As always, PK SOUND in place for a proper bass music experience. Hearing protection is advised★

Advance tickets start at $20+SC - This show will sell out, so don't wait to get tickets! http://www.digitalmotionevents.ca

>> Doors at 9:00pm sharp, open and serving until 2AM
Plan accordingly, Arrive early to avoid the line. 19+ only - Mature vibes - Please respect the venue & party responsibly!

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Limited birthday group packages available! Email us for more at
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Longwalkshortdock

Longwalkshortdock essentially started the first time Dave King heard gritty electronic music in early eighties videogames. Strongly influenced by these sounds and melodies, Dave started recording and looping segments as a child. He also got a taste for sampling and recording; taping segments of his piano practice to fool his parents into thinking h... more info