We suggest you all get your butts to Li’ly Lounge this weekend, and dance your cares away. With the tickets being only $5 at the door, there’s no way you can’t make it!
About the artists:
Liam “Le Rouge” began pursuing nightclub residencies in 2009 and has recently entered the industry with a unique sense of creativity and definition. Developing his own style of cross genre programming, Le Rouge can be found infusing any dance floor with both soul throbbing vibe and relentless energy. Although passionate about progressive and groove infested bass lines, he remains not unknown for an always memorable dose of electro or tech. If the crowd needs to hear something they’ve forgotten, or a track they’ve never come across, there’s just no letting up.
Inspired by the spirit of music, Sammie J transformed himself into an up-and-coming DJ in the scene. With his high energy on the decks and his one rule for picking tracks is if he won’t dance to it, he wont play it.
Walax, formerly known as Alex Da Silva, is a young, motivated and up-and-coming House DJ from Toronto, Canada. His professional career took flight back in 2012 when he scored his first gig at Bassline Music Bar, and, after recently joining House Junky in the summer of 2013, he expanded his territory amongst venues such as The Cage 292, Tota Lounge and Li’ly Lounge. In January of 2014 he was the opening act for The Sick Kids Foundation charity event at Li’ly Lounge, playing alongside local names such as Sammie J, Demuir, Linguist, Aaron Bradley, Jason Hodges, Chris Ink, Ticky Ty and Robb G. Walax’s mixing style includes a unique blend of Deep House, Tech House and Techno, with emphasis on funky vocals, deep bass lines and smooth transitions between melodies.