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Interview | On the Road with Rodriguez Jr.

Written by on 7 August 2019

When Rodriguez Jr. claimed the decks for his Sunday set at AIM Festival, it was clear he meant business. Standing out from the dreamier drives of other Do Not Sit performers thanks to revved up bass-lines and buoyant productions, he securely latched in ears and bodies into the sunny afternoon. His musical energy and selections […]

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Miami Meets Montreal with Do Not Sit at AIM Festival

Written by on 4 July 2019

Known as one of Miami’s most intimate, music-focused clubs, Do Not Sit On the Furniture has hosted some of the world’s finest live artists and DJ’s. This cozy 100 person capacity space actually defines what Montrealers love most about live electronic music. Living in the present, focused on the moment, no distractions within the venue; […]

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Vujaday Artist Spotlight | The Story of Borella

Written by on 23 June 2019

Husa Sounds sent one of our biggest music lovers, Amel Seriani, to Vujaday to wander, connect and see what she could unearth. Drawing from her notes, one of her favourite discoveries was of Toronto local DJ, Borella, who was booked by the i love promise collective; they enjoyed the sleekness of her set so much […]

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Piknic Electronik Releases Its Biggest Line Up Yet

Written by on 2 May 2019

So here we are. It’s May, the temperature is consistently above 0 degrees, and Montrealers are desperate for some shorts weather. We’ve paid our dues by dancing countless nights away indoors (and a few times outdoors at igloofest), and we’re ready for summer. CAPSULE OFFICIELLE | PIKNIC ÉLECTRONIK 2018 1er dimanche sans vous depuis un […]

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SXM Festival Week in St-Martin Begins Today!

Written by on 12 March 2019

Today, SXM will be launching into five days of music, festivities, and bliss. After postponing its third edition following the destruction left behind by Hurricane Irma, SXM is back with a flawless lineup of world class house and techno artists. Given its pristine Caribbean Island location of Saint Martin, parties on boats and in the jungle, as well […]

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International Women’s Day Special | 5 Underground Female Acts for Your Radar

Written by on 8 March 2019

In 1938, experimental German-American musician Johanna Beyer composed one of the first known musical pieces (and the first by a female artist) scored for electronic instruments, Music of the Spheres. We’ve come a long way since then, with producers and performers of both genders truly advancing electronic music in innovative, experimental and incredibly entertaining ways. In […]

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MUTEK Coverage: Issues and Methodologies

Written by on 11 September 2018

Mutek: a space for people within and outside of the industry to connect, listen, network, share space, and discuss the issues, concepts, and methodologies surrounding experimental electronic musics. The events sent me sensing my way through Montreal, and not only by captivating my sense of hearing with musical performances. The festival was a sensory playground […]

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