Woodsworthy is a Multi-Instrumentalist, Producer and DJ from the woods surrounding Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is constantly releasing new music and loves to collaborate. There is also a DJ Duo that includes Woodsworthy and Wobble Wallah, named The Bass Babas, who flow back n forth between realms and tell the story behind fire dancers called IndusTribe. Included in the many facets and tools to hypnotize, 8 channel mixing with loops, tracks, instruments, and vocal samples are the branches of the tree. The exchange with the audience is the trunk. Living life fully roots this tree and the healing energy of nature is the sap that runs through its veins.

Wobble Wallah

Wallah may refer to:
Auto-wallah, driver of an auto rickshaw
Chai-wallah, a boy or young man who serves tea
Attar-wallah, seller of perfumes and extracts
Wobble-Wallah, Dj who mixes and serves, grimy, wonky, worldly beets.

Wet Paint

Wet Paint is a vibrant electro/funk duo that have been tearing shit up since day one. Conceived in the summer of 2012 in Montreal, Wet Paint have evolved their sound turning over many hit remixes including Frank Ocean, Purity Ring, the Black Keys, and more – they currently reside in Halifax, NS where they perform with live drums, electric guitar sax and contributing vocalists from time to time.

After a season of sharing the stage with some of their favourite acts including Gramatik, Lunice, Torro Torro and Viceroy, they’re in the studio preparing their next release.

Smooth grooves and layered bass are first on the agenda at their live shows; with the recent addition of a live drums AND guitar to spice up the mix, it’s only a matter of time before they’re on the road to promote their newest releases set to drop in April, 2015.

Keep yr eyes peeled. Wet Paint is on the move.


Wasko AV is the multidisciplinary art of Nick Iwaskow – a projection designer, visual artist and producer based out of Halifax NS. He’s brought dynamic visual installations to clubs, bars, buildings, and music festivals all over the Atlantic Provinces. Passionate about pushing the boundaries of what is possible with a space; and using the environment as a canvas to create unique experiences for audiences of all types.

Troy Power

I’ve opened and closed stages for —> Ryan Hemsworth, Dave Luxe, Hunter Siegel, KDZ, Gingy, Vanic, Andrea, Tommy Jacob & more

Tommy Knuckles

A true veteran to the Halifax Underground music scene, Tommy Knuckles is a Halifax house music staple. It all started on a fateful night in ‘96 when Tom experienced his first underground party. His love affair with house music was born. That night started a journey which created Bubble Productions (Wolfville, NS) and eventually lead him to managing “The Underground”, the staple rave venue in Halifax, until its final show in 2000. The next few years were spent working with The Deep Red Collective, keeping the underground alive in Halifax. Moving into the club scene as KNUCKLES Productions, Tom became the host of the “Friday Night Showcase” at Reflections Cabaret (2003-2005). Since then, he has been focusing on keeping the happy house music vibe alive, one show at a time, all over Canada and beyond (including SmartBar, Chicago IL).
Known for dropping old school vocal house, lots of horns and sassy bass lines, Tom’s indisputable drive and natural talent has earned him his place amongst the best house jocks on the east coast. With the back ground of a jazz drummer, he embraces those roots in his music as a DJ, but it is his smiling face and dancing legs that make him such a great addition to any party. Notorious for dancing up a storm in the DJ booth, Tommy Knuckles fun energy and funky music will leave a smile on your face and your body begging for more.
Year after year at Evolve, Mr. Knuckles set is always a crowd favorite and this year is sure to be no exception. See you on the dance floor!

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The Real Molloy

Michael Molloy, also known as The Real Molloy, is a Funk / Breaks DJ, and Producer from Halifax, Canada. Over the past 10 years he has successfully become one of the east coasts favourite party rockers, combining Funk and Glitch hop with old school Hip-Hop & Disco favourites. His bootleg of ‘Fire’ by New Zealand’s funk super group ‘The Black Seeds’ is gaining worldwide attention, even being picked up by the mighty Ghetto Funk label in Britain (UK). Over his career, Molloy has had the honour of sharing the stage with artists such as Stickybuds, A. Skillz, Bobby C Sound TV, The Funk Hunters, Wolfgang Gartner, Lazy Rich, Lucky Date, JELO & countless others. When not on stage, it’s likely you can find Molloy working long hours in the studio, refining his craft and preparing new material for the world to hear.


Over the last decade, SoundSyster has cultivated a reputation for awakening even the most critical-ears who are searching for something more then the usual deep and techy dance beats. The constant buzz that ignited many moons ago, remains the livewire of Soundsyster.

From this multi-faceted music purveyor, expect an auditory experience that blurs the boundaries of genres enabling the music to journey through a myriad of sounds and notions that reflect her artistic expression while keeping listeners appreciating and moving. She describes her style as Tech House, with Techno and Deep House elements being primary. It’s about a mood, a combination of sounds, vocals, bass lines, and melodies playing together, and off one another. It’s sometimes indie, it’s sometimes electro. It’s always interesting. Her craze for next-level music fuels many firsts in Atlantic Canada.

Recently, she has played at Toronto Pride’s Dirty Disco stage for two years in a row, and regularly plays at select Night Clubs, Festivals, Art Galleries and special events around Eastern Canada.


Scout’s been rocking the turntables in Atlantic Canada for nearly 10 years now. No limits in his bag and no restraints on the dance floor.

With roots in the club and hip hop scene, Scout has got what it takes to get the floor hopping. There’s a fire that keeps getting hotter and is ready to blow the roof off. Chef Scout’s party recipe is to take ghetto funk, moomba, trap and bass music spiced with hip hop vocals and a pinch of 50’s swing, mixed with turntables and served hot. Getting hungry just thinking of it.

Sam Vipond

Sam Vipond is first and foremost a music lover. These days he likes to play what he calls “Fancy Bass” which is really any sort of bass music that is awesome, bouncy and gets bums wiggling. One of his favourite things to do is to share some of the really great tunes he’s been collecting since he started DJing in 2006.