Footprints Disco Special Ft. Mainline (Toronto)

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Footprints DISCO SPECIAL
Saturday, August 27th, 2016
Featuring special guests: MAINLINE (live disco band)
With resident DJs: Jason Palma & General Eclectic
Visuals by: Valino (aka Mark Valino)
Promotivated by: Mugabi MetaFlex Mp (aka METAFLEX!)

This month we'll be spinning 100% Disco, Funky Soul & Boogie and to blast the party into overdrive we've enlisted the services of MAINLINE, a new 7 piece Disco band that has been blowing up around the city over the past few months!
If you haven't heard of Mainline yet let us just say they are one of the baddest bands in Toronto, bringing that authentic, old school Disco, Boogie, Funky Soul vibe with hints of African, Gospel and early House!
Check their facebook page for more info: Mainline

We're keeping cover to a ridiculously fair price of $5 b4 11, then $10 afterwards - so arrive early to ensure you get in, we expect this one to be off the chains with high energy and dancefloor madness!

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MAINLINE BIO:
The last four years have witnessed Beam Me Up share their love for Disco music with the city of Toronto. From their residency at the Piston, to one-off jams at loft spaces with international guests, A Digital Needle & Cyclist have been responsible for a veritable deluge of Disco, helping her sashay out of the shadows and back into the spotlight. The time came for something new. Something tangible. Something that not only reflected the Beam Me Up manifesto but broke fresh ground. That something was Mainline!
Mainline is a live band that embraces the all-encompassing diversity that Disco music and its culture typify. They are equal parts funk, jazz, afro, soul, boogie, rare groove, reggae, gospel and proto-house, and escape the glitter-soaked trappings of the hit parade by casting light on some neglected and rejected classics!
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