2022 Small File Media Festival Day 4: Ultra Dance Party

2022 Small File Media Festival Day 4: Ultra Dance Party

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SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts

149 West Hastings Street

Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre

Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4


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The Small File Media Festival is back and in person August 9-14 at the SFU School for the Contemporary Arts!

About this event

The School for the Contemporary Arts recognizes that we are on the unceded and occupied territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.

Join us August 12 and experience the powerful aura of the ultimate dance party - the inaugural Small File Music Showcase! This high N-R-G showcase will be graced by JPEG 2000, HiNi and none other than Vancouver legend, Devours! The entire night will be graced by live sound, lights and visuals and the vibe will be held throughout with stunning interludes of ultimate 90s dance hits.

Doors at 7:30 music 8:00 PM sharp


Devours is the sound of a gay DiY punk channeling his love for slipknot, Britney spears and vintage Nintendo themes into fiery, confessional bedroom electro pop anthems. Expect hits from his latest infectious release, Escape from Planet Devours, a ’90s action-blockbuster themed double album about liberating oneself from heteronormativity, depression, loneliness, and mainstream culture.

HiNi is a music producer, singer and rapper who’s known for turning chaotic and explosive sounds into music and ideas onstage. Her latest album King’s Way was released just this year and the intensity of her live stage and forward-thinking beats are not to be missed.

JPEG 2000 is an irreverently sincere synthpop duo wearing its heart on its sleeve. Formed by Seth Eggler (Timing X) and Joey Chaos (Joey Chaos and The Ghosts) they are inspired by a shared love of new wave, synthpop, 90s techno and shoegaze and bring their all-new Karaoke Xperience to the Small File stage.

Be advised performances of the event will be documented through film and photography.

COVID-19 Safety:

Masks are recommended , but not mandatory.

Further information on SFU's Return to Campus policy can be found here.

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