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We begin our look back at the amazing Lost & Found boat cruise with Guy J and Andrew McDonnell with some of the night’s best pictures!


The folks at Ozmozis Productions seem to have found the recipe for success and the last 6 months have solidified their reign atop the trance and progressive scene in Toronto.

With countless great bookings, the summer sunshine paved the way for a series of boat cruises under the Waves of Trance moniker – these parties were loved by all those in attendance, from the strong support from ASOT650, to those that bought tickets weeks in advance – it was pretty clear that these parties should definitely be back next year.

Our personal favourite however, had to be the sunset boat cruise with the legend Guy J!

The vessel, the Kajama felt like it had to have been captained by Jack Sparrow himself (and there were plenty of pirates on board to lend some truth to this theory)!

The set-up featured local sound guru alieninflux on board with multiple bass bins, and to compliment the 200-person intimate setting, the decks were set-up in the middle of the boat, which led to the crowd forming a tight circle around the DJs. It was a pretty great sight to see and an even […] + Read More

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After launching her debut ablum, Comfort, DJ & Producer Maya Jane Coles continues a fantastic year by announcing her first set for Boiler Room!!


Streaming LIVE tomorrow during Boiler Room London’s Daytime Sessions, alongside Kim Ann Foxman (former Hercules & Love Affair vocalist and Comfort album collaborator)!!

Tune in to the live broadcast from 4-6pm GMT (11-1pm EDT) right here.

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Last night, the annual Toronto International Film Festival officially wrapped up in our wonderful metropolis, and while we certainly won’t miss the packed sidewalks, increased police presence, or the abundance of GMC Denali’s, we most certainly will miss all the great bookings and events that happened, especially with a 4am last call instituted at applicable spots.


Surprisingly, one of our favourite events of the weekend had to be Art Department‘s headlining set at Cinema… suprisingly, because well, let’s face it.

When AD comes back home for a headlining set these days, you can pretty much guarantee whatever venue they play, it will be rammed! People’s patience wears thin as lines and crowds increase. Moreover, when playing for a packed house, it often means having to play a set that is perhaps easier to digest, or one that can appeal to a broader audience.

photos by Tim Sandik

After hearing Jonny and Kenny spin for years, we prefer the deeper, darker sounds that they don’t often get to play. However, they brought out some gems from their collective crates and had us shaking in the booth ’til 5 in the morning!

Definitely one of our favorite sets of the summer! Hopefully you enjoyed it as much as we did + Read More

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Little Black Book is a new concept created by UK-based record label Moda Black, intending to celebrate cutting-edge, innovative, and exciting artists through a series which is part-album, part-mix compilation and even some crate-digging!

The first artist to create a release is none other than Leeds-based DJ & Producer Hot Since 82!! …all puns aside, Daley Padley is one of the hottest artists in electronic music today!

Having just completed his first Essential Mix for Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, creating a thumping tech-house remix of Green Velvet‘s Bigger Than Prince, and headlining one of the four Electric Island concerts in Toronto this summer, Daley now sets his sights on creating the same buzz for the first Little Black Book as he did on Moda Black’s very first release.

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We’re still buzzing over the last Electric Island of the year that had the thousands at Centre Island jamming from day to night!


All the DJs played great sets, from Joel Mull and Tale of Us, to openers Deadly Vanity – the sound was great, food was delish, and weather turned out perfect.

photos by Nate Kogan and Matt Williams.

You gotta give it up to the great team of Embrace, Platform, and Footwork for creating, organizing, and executing such a fantastic series of events!

See you next summer – but until then, stay tuned for the WOA Electric Island recap video coming soon!

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