House music in Toronto will never be the same after February 8th 2014. Johnny Fiasco, based on sets of parties past, will murder the secret dance floor and merrymakers will be glad to have survived to tell the tale.
OK, so maybe that’s a little dramatic. All weird writing aside, if you love house music, Locol Productions‘ party on February 8th is gonna be KILLER. Johnny Fiasco is returning to give us Torontonians more of what we want and Loopity Goofs, G.Cue and Miz Megs will be disk jockeyin’ alongside so we can dance ’til 8am!! STACKED SUNDAYS will be underway by then where Flipside, Chris Vench, The NightOwls and more will be layin’ down serious beats at Club 120 all morning til 2pm. #afterparty #eatyourwheaties
Fiasco is from where house music comes from – Chicago. He’s been slingin’ and makin’ beats since I was in diapers. Justin Timberlake, Bob Sinclair, DJ. Sneak and sooooooo many more movers and shakers in the music industry have worked with Fiasco, so there must be something more to him than growing up drinking the Chicago water.
Put this in your earholes….and check out more beats on Fiasco’s Soundcloud.
Loopity Goofs provide MANY listening pleasures and I certainly sweat my ass off every time they throw it down. Gord and Scott, I love you and pretty much propose marriage to you with my dance moves.
G.Cue will be gracing the decks with Filipino fire and a shitload of wicked tracks!
Miz Megs throws down killer sets on the reg. Check out her set from Canada day.
Throwin’ dope jams since 2010, Locol Productions is back after a short break.
“Gerard and I are so thrilled to be back at it again and bringing a legend who is super close to our hearts and built part of the foundation of house music that we all enjoy to this day! It’s been too long and we cant wait to have Johnny Fiasco grace the decks at yet another underground Locol party. Keep it underground.” – Miz Megs
Come one, come all and get DOWN! February 8th in a special secret location. Hit up locolproductions (at) gmail.com for location details and guestlist.