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The DC: https://soundcloud.com/t-h-e-d-c

Tyson Lambert and Jeff Button met as 6 year olds who lived around the block from one another growing up in the small town of Dundas, Ontario. It was evident at an early age that music would be an integral part of their lives. Hip-hop would be their biggest musical influence while attending high school in the 90’s with artists like A Tribe Called Quest, Gang Starr, DJ Shadow, & Wu-Tang becoming a part of every day life.

Shift ahead to the year 2000, Tyson moved to London, Ontario which introduced him to the underground house music scene. He bought turntables, and began playing gigs shortly after. They both eventually found themselves living in Toronto, where both would make names for themselves as Producers and DJs. Tyson built an impressive discography as a solo artist while Button held down residencies at The Docks, Mod Club, Footwork, Electric Island, CODA and played The BPM Festival in Mexico five consecutive years.

It wasn’t until 2014 that the duo began writing music together in the studio. They released “Get Up In It”, a deep house EP with the familiar hip-hop vibes from their childhood that sampled the great 2pac and Talib Kweli. The DC followed that up with a release on the Australian label Altus Project. In 2016, they released “Airwaves” on Scardinius Recordings, becoming the top selling artists on the label to date. Look forward to more gritty original work from these two as they continue to break ground as artists under The Dundas Collective (The DC) moniker.

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If you can't make it you can tune in live at: http://mixlr.com/secret-society

You can find all episodes on the Soundcloud of our publishing partner: Scardinius Recordings (http://soundcloud.com/scardinius_recordings)

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Secret Society Sessions is a show broadcasted every Wednesday 6-9pm live from Girth Radio. The studio is conveniently nestled inside an aesthetic bar just one block east of St. Lawrence Market, Pacific Junction Hotel​ (234 King Street East) in the City of Toronto.

Our goal is to provide the atmosphere for a regular gathering that revolves around our love for music and the celebration of getting over the hump of the week. Come early, spend a few hours with your friends listening to artistically curated sounds and go home happy, proving that a night out does not necessarily have to be followed by a day in.

This is more than a radio show… it is a social collective for people at play. We invite you for after work drinks, food and games – Pacific Junction Hotel features many amenities including Locally Brewed Beer, an Outdoor Patio, Table Tennis, Pool, Foosball, Arcade Classics and the only real Ice Hockey table in the city!

See you there.

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