Plant Music Presents DJ Jus-Ed (slide show)

Underground Quality's Jus-Ed joined the Plant crew for a hot night of deep house at Cielo.

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    Stretch Armstrong

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

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  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

  • Photograph: Filip Wolak

Photograph: Filip Wolak

DJ Jus-Ed’s deep, emotive sound and Cielo’s beautifully warm Funktion-One system—it’s a marriage made in heaven, and the two were united on Friday, December 7 when the Underground Quality label’s head honcho took control of the DJ booth at the Plant Music Party. The music itself—not just from Ed, but also Stretch Armstrong, Dominique “All Dom Wrong” Keegan, and the Black Russian and Soul 2 Seoul duos—was certainly sublime, but what sent the night over the top was one of the best crowds we’ve hung with on a Friday night at Cielo in ages. Good music attracts good people, we always say.


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