Past Event

With special guests WYLN, J.u.D., Orlando Volcano & M. Bootyspoon

10 PM
Free Admission
Limited number of tickets at the door
Very limited seating is available

Where: Space A (1st floor)
18 +

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Next Floor Sessions is a live DJ set taping from the Phi Centre showcasing Montreal’s most influential producers, and unique sonic creators making international waves. If you're anywhere else on the planet, it's a digital window into the next generation of an innovative underground DJ community that keeps reinventing itself.

Recorded in front of a live audience, Next Floor Sessions are designed to reach the world. Anytime after the party, hit up our online channels for broadcasts of the complete audio and video experience – incorporating the event's live visuals mixed onsite by a local VJ or artist.

Vintage hip-hop meets electro, and street beats when Shash'U hits the decks. No wonder he calls his style "PWRFNK" (power funk). Signed to A-Trak's label Fool's Gold, this Haitian Montreal DJ, remixer, composer and songwriter has played festivals like Low End Theory, Piknik Electronic, Hit + Run and Igloofest. Shash'U featuring WYLN, J.u.D., Orlando Volcano and M. Bootyspoon, will be joined with visuals created by Jason Voltaire.

Stay current in Montreal’s ever-evolving electronic scene and be sure to save-the-date.


Shash'U is a Montreal DJ, composer and songwriter signed to Fool's Gold, who has been active for the past ten years and has been associated with Piu Piu, the electro-beat movement. The artist, of Haitian descent, has a long track record as a DJ and beat producer. His EP and remixes available online, have earned him international recognition and invitations to some of the greatest DJ gatherings and festivals, including Boiler Room, Low End Theory, Piknik Electronic, Hit + Run and Igloofest. Shash’U describes his style as PWRFNK (Power Funk), a genre he made popular through the distinct character of his drums, the ubiquity of his bass and his melodies influenced by 70's-80's funk revisited with an urban / vintage-hip-hop /street beat flavour.

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