Dance Til’ The Police Come (Week of January 21, 2013)

6th Borough Project
Sazerac Lounge / Toronto
10 PM / $15

Alan Fitzpatrick
Footwork / Toronto
10 PM / $20



Something for the house-heads and techno-heads tonight. One of Scotland’s finer production teams, 6th Borough Project – made up of Craig Smith & Graeme Clark (aka The Revenge) – are playing at the Houseaddict party in celebration of Robbie Burns Day, and promise to deliver a proper beatdown of house and edits. Support comes from Rich Hope (who’s having a birthday today, so show some love), Cyclist, and Graham Plant. If you’d like something a little stronger, the Dark Matter party at Footwork brings Alan Fitzpatrick (from Drumcode) over from the UK, alongside local boys Measure Divide and Ovi M (from Brood Audio) and Gridmode (from Killing Machine) – and they’re out to batter heads about with some fine-quality menacing techno.

Tickets for 6th Borough Project are $15 and it runs from 10 PM – 4 AM.
Tickets for Alan Fitzpatrick are $20 and it runs from 10 PM – 5 AM.

Sazerac Lounge: 782 King Street West (between Tecumseh & Niagara) // Streetcar: 504 King
Footwork: 425 Adelaide Street West (at Brant) // Streetcars: 501 Queen, 504 King, 510 Spadina

Andrew Ross
Bambi’s / Toronto
10 PM / Free


Love Below returns for its monthly at Bambi’s with resident Andrew Ross playing all night, promising to deliver ‘codeine techno + hypno house + subterranean atmosphere // music made by machines (and people) moving in slow motion’. If I wasn’t in Montréal presently I would be getting my beatdown on there.

Love Below is free admission and it starts at 10 PM, going until whenever.

Bambi’s: 1265 Dundas Street West (at Dovercourt) // Streetcar: 505 Dundas


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