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Melding Old and New, The Minds of Foundry Have Shaped Otherland

We spoke to Joey Beltram, a pioneer in Hoover sound and a member of the Otherland parties.
Geoff Harricks
10.7.14
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Electronic Party Paladins, Promise, Saves Toronto From Itself

We talk to Promise founders, David Macleod and Irving Shaw, who have been putting out Cherry Beach parties for the designated delinquents since 2008.
Ofelia Legaspi
8.1.14
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The Curators of Foundry Bring Toronto a New Event Series: Otherland

"Sound quality, artist selection, branding, and people that care about music are all seen as equally important parts of the club experience.”
Geoff Harricks
7.22.14
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Breakandenter Challenges Preconceived Notions of Partying

“I want you to party with us deep into the night in a seafood restaurant, and I want you to do it with the best people you can, and to the best music you’ve ever heard.”
Connie Chan
5.22.14
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"It's Like An Earthquake Coming": An Interview with Carl Craig

Techno's godfather on the passing of Frankie Knuckles, church raves, and keeping a piece of the past.
Brendan Arnott
4.10.14
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From Jazz to Techno, How Electronic Music Speaks to Jamie Kidd

"You follow your heart and mind, which makes DJing very raw and organic."
Connie Chan
4.2.14
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The City of Toronto Forced the Foundry Festival to Relocate

Mansion was forced to switch Foundry venue last minute due to city zoning technicality.
Jesse Ship
3.13.14
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Foundry, Canada's Most Interesting Underground Dance Series

From Chinese restaurants, abandoned factories and churches, Mansion is known to produce some of the most creative dance parties in non-traditional settings.
Ryan Krahn
3.6.14