Maritimer spins in Fernie

One of Canada’s most in-demand DJs and respected producers is bringing his turntables to The Northern.

Skratch Bastid will be spinning at The Northern on June 17.

One of Canada’s most in-demand DJs and respected producers is bringing his turntables to The Northern.

Skratch Bastid is recognized for his comfort and versatility in a variety of different styles. He uses hip hop, funk, disco, rock and any other genre that will make you dance.

The Halifax-native has toured across Canada, the United States, the Caribbean and all over Europe. He averages close to 200 shows a year.

Skratch Bastid received a Juno Award nomination for Producer of the Year for his work on Buck 65’s album Situation.

Skratch Bastid will be bringing his tracks to The Northern in  Fernie on June 17.

For more on Skratch Bastid visit www.skratchbastid.com

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