Michael Red and Mandai at the Waverley

June 1, 2019 @ 10:00 pm – June 2, 2019 @ 2:00 am
The Waverley Hotel

What’s your Sparkle?

The Langley Parnell Bursary supports a student who is committed to making a difference in the LGBTQ community.

Saturday, June 1
10 – 2am
Waverley Hotel
No advance tickets
Donations at the door
All proceeds to Langley Parnell Bursary

Join us celebrating and supporting this important grass roots initiative.

Bass Coast residents Michael Red and Mandai will be the stewards of Low Frequency.


This bad gyal has been a long-time staple in Vancouver’s underground bass scene for over a decade. She started out by spending countless hours digging elbow-deep in crates of 45s in Canada, the US and Jamaica. Her finely curated sets landed her behind the decks at legendary events and firmly solidified her as a member of Vancouver’s notorious LIGHTA! crew. She is well-known for her legendary mixes, some being all-vinyl releases, her true love. Blending reggae/dancehall with bass/rap/RnB/grime, her musical repertoire is expansive and fresh. She regularly performs at Bass Coast, Shambhala and her family-run festival The Field. She rocked the Thunder Stage at LIB and made ripples at the Moon Stage at the Oregon Eclipse when she covered for Om Unit. She has opened for well-known artists in both the reggae/dancehall and international underground music scenes and can be found behind the decks at underground parties spanning the west coast and several other major musical hubs. In 2012 she gave birth to Lighta’s youngest little member. bup!bup!

Michael Red

Michael Red is a Vancouver and Sunshine Coast based electronic music producer, performer and DJ. The founding member of the respected bass music collective Lighta! Sound, head of the Low Indigo leftfield music label, one half of the experimental dub duo Chambers, former curator for New Forms Festival for over ten years, Bass Coast Music Festival resident, Shambhala Music Festival performer over ten years, former long term collaborator with throat singer Tanya Tagaq, and ambient/experimental artist under the alias Souns. His music has been released on Isla, Modern Math, New Kanada, Mutek Recordings, South Fork Sound, King Deluxe, Debacle, Beacon Sound, Deep Sea Mining Syndicate, Subtempo and Babel Printed and Pressed. Michael’s performed across Canada, Europe, Australia, NZ, Mexico, New York and has been written about in The Wire, XLR8R, Resident Advisor, and Vice’s Thump. Ongoing influences include: dub music, all nature, outer space, the unseen world, transcendence and evolution.