Vitamins For Everyone This Summer

Vitamins For Everyone This Summer


Toronto-based electronic artist/DJ/producer extraordinaire Bryce Kushnier (aka vitaminsforyou) has already had a busy year. His three-piece band (which includes Madrid bassist Duncan Christie and Junior Boys drummer David Foster) has already opened for French electro princess Yelle, retro pioneers Blue Peter and ghetto-house fav's Thunderheist.

Bryce has been tearing it up in the studio as well, releasing the Flesh Python single (which by the way was the last piece of vinyl ever pressed in Canada) and official remixes for Madrid, These Electric Lives, and The Framework. With a new single for the amazing song "B4U" coming soon and a full-length not far behind, vitaminsforyou are definitely an act to look out for.

The v4u band are embarking on a Western Canadian tour with a big Toronto show this Saturday to kick it all off. Bryce made a new mix for his band to listen to on the road and he posted it on his Myspace page. It's a great hour of underground disco, electro, original vitaminsforyou material and the remixes I mentioned earlier:

Western Canada, don't fuck off just yet, I am coming ... vitaminsforyou mix 2008

Base War // 07
feat. vitaminsforyou, TMDP, Alias, 84.85, Dougie Boom
Saturday, June 21
Club Z (formerly White Orchid)
822 Dundas St. W.
Doors 10pm
$7 Cover ($5 for groups of three or more)

Photo: The Cobra Snatch.


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