5à7 on the terrace | Every Thursday
We are excited to announce the return of our Thursdays on the terrace! On Thursday May 28th we celebrate the start of summer with the opening of our terrace. Join us May 28th for the official launch and and every Thursday afternoon under the sun for a mix of Mojito’s + Sangria + Montreal’s most unique and exclusive terrace.
Doors open at 5pm.
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Produkworld | Labour Day Weekend | 09.03.2015-09.06.2015
Joignez-vous à nous lors du week-end de la Fête du Travail où nous célébrons notre 4e Festival d’arts et musique Produktworld.
Artistes en ordre Alphabétique:
Join us this Labour Day Weekend as we celebrate our 4th Annual Produktworld Festival of Music & Arts.
Ruby Rose | 09.11.2015
Ruby Rose Langenheim, better known as Ruby Rose, is an Australian model, DJ, recording artist, actress, television presenter, and former MTV VJ. Rose emerged in the media spotlight as a presenter on MTV Australia, followed by several high profile modelling gigs, notably as the face of Maybelline New York in Australia.
Rose pursued a career in acting from 2008 onwards, with her debut performance in the Australian film Suite for Fleur. In 2012, she had a small role in the drama Around the Block. Perhaps her most internationally recognisable work has been on the television series Orange Is the New Black as Stella Carlin. In November 2012, Rose released her first single “Guilty Pleasure” with Gary Go.
Gramatik | 09.18.2015
Hi. I’m Gramatik. This is my page. I make music sometimes. But most of the time I just like to smoke weed. And then download my favorite TV shows. Illegaly. My favorite color is black and I’m not a Vegan. I have a mustache. Do you liek me yet?
Lee Burridge | 09.18.2015
Lee’s most recent triple mix CD for Balance was released in Fall 2007 to critical aclaim. Ranking as compilation of the month across many many publications and websites it then went nominated for compilation of the year at the PLUG awards. Lee’s tour to support the CD ran through into 2008 covering most of the world and back.
Projects in 2008 include a new set of parties called ‘GET WEIRD’ which will start out as residencies on the left and right coast in San Francisco and New York. A return to the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert will see him warping minds at various parties as well as this year his own sound system. Lee is also going back in the studio to “take it a bit more seriously this time” alongside new studio guru Tim Green (TG). Expect some wonky and weird music to see the light of day towards the end of 2008.
On a last note Lee has regularly been described as a DJ’s DJ and I asked the ever popular journalistic question “Describe the music you play”? I asked . He said he usually doesn’t have an answer to have an answer but narrowed it down at least. “The records that can’t really be described. Those are the ones that always interest me. Wonky, Wobbly, bassline driven, trippy, melodic, mean, nasty, gentle, deep, spacious, distant and rocking.Interesting not obvious. Those are some of the words that I’d use to describe the records in my box”.
Mike Mago x Watermat | 09.25.2015
Every major city around the world has that one guy, who’s always on top of the freshest sounds and most cutting edge records. Enter Michiel Thomassen, professionally known as Mike Mago, who as label head honcho of Amsterdam-based BMKLTSCH RCRDS has been curating what’s hot and what’s not from Dutch soil and beyond for several years now. Or, as he likes to put it himself, “it’s not about the genre, it’s about the taste!” And for a while now, his taste and thus the profile & musical course of his record label have been evolving.
Late 2012, Mike decides to shift the focus from his label to his solo artist career by keeping the releases of his label BMKLTSCH RCRDS on a low frequency and meanwhile slowly changing its direction and defining the label’s profile with his own releases. He starts putting out some solid releases like ‘The Power’ and ‘The Soul’, which quickly start making some waves in the blogosphere. He then signs ‘The Beat’ EP, on which he works with Canadian spoken-word artist Dwayne Morgan, to Fake Blood’s label Blood Music. Initial promo results and specialist plays on BBC Radio 1 strengthen Mike’s belief that he has chosen the right course. As the release for ‘The Beat’ EP gets pushed back a little, Mike returns to the studio to try and create another release for his own imprint to bridge the cap to ‘The Beat’ EP. The results of those efforts deliver the game changer ‘The Show’.
Flux Pavilion| 10.11.2015
Known for his 2011 hit “Bass Cannon”, English dubstep producer and DJ Joshua Steele took the name Flux Pavilion around 2008 when he released the track “Cheap Crisps” as a digital download. Steele had grown up in Towcester where his neighbors were like-minded producers Doctor P and Trolley Snatcha. At the time, all three had been playing in guitar-based bands together, but after downloading some music creation software, they agreed the future was digital and were set on their dubstep paths. Fast forward to 2010 and Flux Pavilion had made a name for himself with plenty of club hits, remixes, and DJ gigs, but that year’s “I Can’t Stop” took his career to another level. Two “fans” Steele met on a tour of America asked to sample the cut for their upcoming hip-hop album, and a year later “I Can’t Stop” became the basis of “Who Gon Stop Me” on Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaborative effort Watch the Throne. Flux Pavilion’s hit track “Bass Cannon” arrived that same year, along with a collaborative cut with Doctor P, “Super Bad.”
Duke Dumont LIVE | 10.16.2015
Duke’s early career was mentored by Switch (last sighted producing for Beyoncé) and he made his name as the ‘go-to’ man to remake a pop song for the dance floor (Lily Allen and Bat for Lashes were notable clients). In 2011, he moved out of London to the countryside (Hertfordshire, where his studio overlooks a forest) to focus on his original material.
Synthesizing his influences from techno to UK garage and house he brought back goodies from this zen-like exile. ‘For Club Play Only Vol. 1’ was released in April 2012 on Turbo. With ‘Street Walker’ and ‘Thunderclap’ on there, it alerted the heads to the Duke movement and received support from the likes of Jamie Jones and Simian Mobile Disco.
Remixes for AlunaGeorge and Santigold quickly followed, then in August ‘For Club Play Only Vol.2’ featuring ‘No Money Blues’ and ‘The Giver’ made Duke the man to watch. ‘The producer’s producer’ had become the ‘people’s producer’.
‘Need U (100%)’ features 17 year-old starlet A*M*Eon singing duties. With a chunky low-end, funky stabs and silky vocals this is like an early 90s house classic couched in 2013 techno techniques. In 1988 Inner City would have been jealous of this one.
Co-written by teenage wonder-kid MNEK (who recently sung on Rudimental’s ‘Spoons’ with [artistSyron) the Duke released ‘Need U (100%)’ in March 2013 on his newly minted Blasé Boys Club label, where it topped the UK charts for two weeks.
Gareth Emery | Open to Close | 10.17.2015
Gareth Emery is one of dance music’s most influential and innovative DJ producers, voted no.7 in DJ Mag’s ‘Top 100 DJs’ poll making him the UK’s highest ranked DJ, and one of the youngest DJs ever to crack the top ten. In 2010, he released his debut artist album ‘Northern Lights’ on his own label Garuda to stunning reactions from fans and critics alike, hitting no.1 on the US iTunes dance chart within hours of release.He also celebrated 100 episodes and four years of his award winning podcast, collaborated with Above & Beyond for the crossover international radio hit ‘On A Good Day (Metropolis)’, and penned the theme tune of the Global Gathering festival – whilst also finding time to play 130 shows, selling out clubs and rocking festivals in 40 countries to over 2 million people.