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Aug 6, 2013

NYE 2001 Max Graham at System Soundbar Toronto

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Written by: Keith Wozniak

System Soundbar in Toronto hosted Max Graham for New Years Eve 2001. System Soundbar was the place to be for progressive house, breaks, jungle, drum and bass and breaks as well from the years 2000 through 2005. Want to know more about System Soundbar? The Grid TO wrote Then & Now: System Soundbar, a great article about the now demolished club and it’s history.

Here’s the flyer info:

Max Graham

In our never ending effort to bring the biggest and the best to this city we’ve secured the services of one of North America’s premier producer / DJs in Ottawa’s own Max Graham for a smashing five hour set that will make this New Year’s Eve a spectacular event you will not want to miss. Perhaps you’ve had the opportunity to hear this talented gentleman play previously so you are keenly aware of his ability to give a packed dance floor everything it wants in quantities it can barely handle but for those of you who have yet to immerse yourself in the Max Graham phenomenon there is no better time to do so than now. From stunning production work like ‘Backdraft’ and ‘Sepia’ to first rate remixes of tracks such as ‘Bounce’ by Uberzone and ‘Cried to Dream’ by Bullit to his simply amazing Transport 4 mixed compilation, Max Graham has proven himself to be a master of both the studio and the DJ booth and now, in his highly anticipated return to System Soundbar he will make New Year’s Eve 2001 an evening to remember.

Mark Scaife

Toronto’s own globetrotting prog-house hero and Breathe resident DJ will warm up the room with a little taste of what has made him one of DJ Magazine’s ‘People to Watch’ in 2002.

Evil P.

Prepare to party on into the dawn with System Soundbar’s Bang resident as he winds down an impressive year that witnessed the release of his first mix CD called Resonations (available at HMV outlets across Canada).

Tickets were $45 in advance.

NYE 2001 Max Graham System Soundbar front 2

NYE 2001 Max Graham System Soundbar back 2



About the Author

Keith Wozniak
Founder of this web site, I have also has been involved with raves since 1999 as a raver, flyer guy, owned a promotion company throwing small and large events and also ran one of the first Dancesafe chapters. I've done it all and have never thought the scene was dead. Also writes for SchulzArmy.com




 
 

 

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