Last track that blew your mind?
Sully ‘Vérité’ (Check the mix)
Last film you watched?
“Uncut Gems. I took five second piece of the trailer and borrowed and sped it up to intensify certain points of the mix because it felt like it had a pleasing Hollywood-ASMR quality to it. I put a choir on top to give it an extra lift”
Montreal’s 00:AM, a label borne from the beloved party series of the same name, will release its next V/A 12” next month.
The four track EP features tracks from fellow Canadians D.Tiffany and Flørist, as well as UK producer Max Wyatt and one of New York’s finest, AceMo.
Montreal’s îleSoniq festival is going down from 9th to 11th August this year and we’ve got two tickets to give away along with a tonne of merch for one lucky competition entrant.
The festival, which will feature sets from the likes of Diplo, Steve Angello, the Anjunabeats crew, Ferry Corsten, Green Velvet and more, takes place in Montreal’s Parc Jean-Drapeau.
Entry to win this top notch prize is by email. Send your full name and contact phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and answer this question: Who is your favourite Canadian DJ?
The Red Bull Music Academy has detailed its plan for its next academy confirming the pseudo pop-up music school will be heading to Montreal’s Phi Centre from Saturday 24th September to Friday 28th October.
It’s the first time the RBMA has returned to Canada since the 2006 edition, which was based in Toronto.
For its 18th birthday, Red Bull Music Academy is hitting up Montreal this year for a month of its coveted lectures, workshops and music making.
It was last based in Canada in 2007, when Toronto hosted the Academy, and this year’s five-week programme will include influential musicians taking to the mic to give lectures and provide mentoring to its pupils.
Top 100 Clubs, powered by Miller Genuine Draft is the ultimate guide to the world’s best nightclubs. But many of you tell us that you also use it as a global clubbing guide too – like a bucket list of cities and cultures to experience, parties to attend and festivals to lose yourself at.
Michael Woods is no stranger to making his rounds on the club circuit. After the successful release of his Ctrl + Alt + Delete EP on Diffused Music and rumors of new tour on the horizon, Woods reveals to DJ Mag his top 5 clubs from New York to London and beyond.
This longstanding Montreal, Canada afterhours outpost does its country proud with an infamous sound system that pays homage to its name...
Montréal natives know how to party, and how to appreciate the fleeting months of warmth they experience every calendar year by taking advantage of their lakefront beaches. That’s where Beachclub comes in, a sprawling 5,000-person outdoor venue that knows what les habitants want and need — and provides it, from May to September. Situated on the sandy shores of Pointe-Calumet, it possesses a distinctly Balearic vibe with its cabanas and casual, bikini-clad attendees. Fittingly, Beachclub’s Ibiza festival is a popular attraction. The club’s 2017 season kicks off with NYC house icon Danny Tenaglia, Carnage and Will Sparks, while the following weekend gets a dose of heavy techno with Drumcode boss Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati and Carlo Lio. Big names continue to hit the sand throughout June, with the likes of Nicky Romero, Armin van Buuren, Duke Dumont and DVBBS. It seems there’s something for everyone’s ears at Beachclub; and if even if your favorite DJ isn’t on the line-up, who can say no to a bottle of champagne on a sparkling Canadian beach?