JFB will mix at The Mex

One of the most skilled turntablists in the world

Little Island Productions brings one of the most skilled turntablists in the world to The Mex Pub on Friday, Feb. 6.

Two-time DMC champion and resident scratch DJ for Radio 1, prolific remixer, party rocker JFB will be in Courtenay, all the way from the United Kingdom.


JFB’s successes have mainly been obtained from the ability to rock many parties with many styles, crossing over all the musical genres ranging from jazz, funk, hiphop, dubstep, glitchop, electoswing, ghettofunk, breakbeat, drumstep and drum&bass.


JFB has collaborated with many respected artists, including Fatboy Slim who is quoted labelling JFB as  “the thinking man’s Grandmaster Flash”.



In addition to JFB, local talent J-Prime and TheNakedDJs will be opening the night and building the dance floor.

Tickets available at Bop City in Courtenay, Polka Dot Pants! in Cumberland and online at https://intent.tickit.ca/


For more info visit www.littleisland.ca


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