Key Street Music presents special guest Siavash along with resident Keith Mattar
Late at night! Blindly treading around broken glass inside a dark abandoned warehouse. Getting a strange sensation! A feeling, as though there is something bad out here. A malevolent presence, the one thing we didn’t want to encounter. Impossibly black, blocking out the light from the moon. We are staring into the face of the future. The remains of a giant King... a Sea of Ash. Far denser than an ocean of blood, and impossible to resist, stray too close and there is no turning back. Now we know why it’s a Sea of Ash. Its current so intense, not even light can escape. Your mind, body, and soul are being dragged towards the gaping abyss. Inside there is no matter as we know it. No time, no space, all the rules of physics collapse. We are gone! Truth is, nobody really knows where. We are look..
For about two decades now, DJ Siavash has been redefining Vancouver's electronic music industry. With his undeniable technical talent behind the decks, and his unique artistry in the studio, Siavash has become the most well known and respected DJ in Vancouver's underground. He has played alongside the world's best in electronic music such as Daft Punk, Deadmau5, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Richie Hawtin, and many others that add to his elite list of DJ front-runners.
Born to two deaf parents in Tehran, Iran, Siavash has overcome many obstacles to reach his status today and has respectably earned his title as the hardest working DJ in the city. He continues to push forward to enhance his music career and produce some of the most unique and ground-breaking sounds today. Not only has he established a credited global music career by touring countless major cities worldwide, he has recently come upon creating the fastest growing international talent and events company known as You Plus One. It harbors some of the finest artists in the West Coast of Canada and Mexico as well as throws some of the wildest parties in the city.
DJ Siavash will always be known as one of the masters and pioneers of Vancouver's current underground music scene. His extensive experience, dedication and positive attitude on or off the stage instill hope in us all that good music will never die.