Electric Love Music Festival

BC's Best Independent All Ages Electronic Music Festival.

Join us July 26-29, 2018 for the fourth Electric Love Music Festival. Featuring World Class DJ's & Live Bands on 5 custom stages with state of the art audiovisual experiences in a family-friendly environment. This four day transformational music & arts festival was ranked as one of BC's 5 Best Electronic Music Festivals by the Georgia Straight in 2017. Our picturesque location in Agassiz, British Columbia provides the perfect setting for all to #danceandbefree. 

dirtyphonics

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Dirtyphonics crash-landed into dance music’s consciousness in chart-topping fashion, releasing their 2008 debut single “French Fuck” to the tune of a Beatport #1 hit.The group quickly became a hot commodity in the remix world, lending their talents to tracks by the likes of Skrillex, the Bloody Beetroots, Marilyn Manson, Steve Aoki, Benny Benassi, Excision, Datsik, Borgore, Nero, Kaskade, Knife Party, The Chainsmokers and Linkin Park.

2017 saw Dirtyphonics team up with hardcore genre-bender Sullivan King to deliver the “Vantablack” EP, bringing heavy metal and electronic music to the masses in a rebellious package of rollicking vocals and snarly, body-enveloping rhythms, continuing to push the boundaries of dance music further than ever before.

Kicking 2018 off with on tour through Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Dirtyphonics are slated for another big year of heavy beats and head banging.

Comprised of Charly Barranger, Julien ‘Pitchin’ Corrales and Julien Lignon, Dirtyphonics is a forward-thinking Bass Music phenomenon that made their name on defying labels and limitations.

The group found its footing in a potent blend of muscular Bass Music, mixing high-octane Drum and Bass, Heavy Bass House and Dubstep that spoke to a new generation of dance music fans. Refusing to be limited to any given genre, Dirtyphonics made has incorporated dramatic tempo changes into their tracks, issuing an unmistakable clarion call to their contemporaries that they would not be governed by old rules and outdated notions of performance propriety. “Our influences come from everywhere” Pitchin says. “We have been raised listening to so many different musical genres and we definitively don’t want to be stuck in a specific one. We have the most fun mixing them all together to create something unique”.

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Catch Dirtyphonics Performing at the Arcade Stage during Electric Love Music Festival 2018 July 26-29, 2018 in Agassiz, BC