Come early between 7pm and 9pm for appies and champagne at Inhabit upstairs to celebrate the life of Habitat. Starting at 10pm, Stund hits the stage followed by Case of the Mondays and Rumpus closing out the night.
Rumpus brings the noise to club dance floors and music festivals across North America, Central America and Europe with his visually captivating performances as a dj and drummer. His music career began a decade ago drumming in indie and punk bands, and then evolved into dj’ing and a production career with 130 shows across nice countries and three continents in 2017 alone.
Combining the power of a live drumming performance with a genre-bending mixes on the turntables, Rumpus serves up an irresistible feast for music lovers and anthem-seeking party crowds alike. His live shows venture into many genres ranging from ghetto gunk to experimental future bass to house. He’s shared the stage with Skrillex, AC Slater, Diplo, GRiZ, The M Machine, Adventure Club, Anna Lunoe, and more. He also recently released a tune with Canada’s Smalltown Djs on Australia’s ‘Sweat it Out’ Club Sweat label.
Case of the Mondays started off as a Raw House Music Night that turned into crazy weekly party in Whistler, Canada. With the massive success of the night, the two creators Joni T & La Dooda decided they had something special going on and joined forces. The two absorbed the name Case of the Mondays and hit the Studio. Releasing two records with Unknown Records (Sydney), an official remix with Rod Fussy (Billions), and a dance floor filling remix of Bad & Boujee, it’s safe to say the boys have had a busy year.
Joni T & La Dooda would describe there sound as “deep in tone and ghetto by nature.” Over the past two years they have played several Canadian music festivals, pool parties across Central America, countless clubs, private events, and have opened up for many of their musical heroes in the industry. Whether they are playing a party at the top of a mountain or at pool party next to the ocean, Case of the Mondays creates a world of “high energy bass driven house music” where its okay to spill drinks, dance all night, and call in sick to work.
Ben Stunden, otherwise known as Stund is a motivated and enthusiastic house producer. Currently he is a resident at Sapphire Night Club in Kelowna. His energetic, upbeat personality transfers into his sets and original productions that leave the listeners entertained throughout. He uses elements of hip-hop, deep bass, and tech house to form his sound.
Stund is also no stranger to the festival scene either making appearances at the 2015 Lethbridge Electronic Music Festival, 2016 Summer Bass Music Festival, and performances at the 2017, and 2018 SnowBombing Canada music festival at Sun Peaks Resort.