Vancouver-based DJ Steph Tsunami has been making waves in the scene by specializing in techno and house music.
Steph Tsunami has established herself as a prominent DJ in the Vancouver nightclub, festival, and underground scenes. Having played some of Vancouver’s most notable venues, such as Celebrities, Red Room, Levels, and Enso, she consistently creates an incredible level of hype on dance floors with her carefully picked selections and high-energy beats.
Her music style predominantly centres around house, techno, drum & bass, and trap influences, although she can read and respond to a crowd of any size, playing just about any genre you can think of.
You can expect sets full of uptempo, high-energy beats, catchy samples, and bass that will surely get your feet moving. She’s been making waves in the scene and strives to help make the Vancouver scene the best it can be.
Find out more about Steph Tshunami via our mini-interview.
Hello! I, Steph Tsunami, am a queer female DJ born and raised in Vancouver, BC, who is an all-around music-obsessed person. I have been DJing and performing around the city and province for about five and a half years and have been fully immersed in the Vancouver and BC electronic music scene for about 12 years, from my early days of raving to now. High-energy dance music of all genres is my thing, and when I’m not DJing, I am exploring all of the local music venues and supporting as many local artists as I possibly can. Some people don’t know this, but I’m a teacher by day as well!
It feels absolutely incredible, honestly! When I got the message that I would be on this year’s lineup, I was buzzing so hard and couldn’t believe it. To be on a lineup with this abundance of talent is a huge honour and I am super grateful.
I have been to a few Monstercat Compounds, yes! It is one of the events I look most forward to every summer because it has everything you could possibly want in an event – incredible music, food, activities, atmosphere, and it’s free! It’s also an amazing opportunity to connect with a bunch of friends and acquaintances in the industry who are all in one place. It gets a crazy turnout every year!
I am definitely most excited to see Whipped Cream! Believe it or not, in all my years of attending events, I have never seen an IRL Whipped Cream set, considering she’s a BC artist and has played here many times. I consider her to be a huge influence and role model of mine and can’t wait to see her bring the energy she always brings to Vancouver. Also hyped to see all the other incredible female talent on the roster, such as Akylla, Jessu & Pyka, New Girl, and Unmarried Woman.
Lots of energy, lots of genres, lots of vibes!
I have been working on music production and have a couple of remixes of tunes I hope to put out to the world before the end of the year. Once those are out, I hope to get started on my first original track. Other than that, keep playing fun shows and continuing to deliver performances that make people smile (maybe even some shows in other provinces, too, we’ll see)!
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I’m Jenna, the founder, and editor of Canadian Beats. I have had a strong love for Canadian music, which started many years ago. I have a passion for promoting these talented Canadian bands and artists, and that’s how Canadian Beats came to be.