Author Archives: Samie Durnford

About Samie Durnford

Samie Durnford is a Toronto based writer with a heart that beats at 138BPM. An electronic music lover, you can find her listening to anything from trance to techno. Samie has been a reality TV columnist for the Toronto Sun and has interviewed DJs for THUMP Canada. She's taken electronic music on as a lifestyle, travelling to EDM festivals across North America whenever she can.

Last Night On Earth NYE kicks off 2018 right

If you were lucky enough to be at Last Night On Earth for New Year’s Eve, then props to you. At the Danforth Music Hall, Ozmozis and Embrace blew us away with their NYE party. Bringing in Sasha, Henry Saiz,…

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Obsessed with Rainer + Grimm’s “Tempted”

Toronto’s own Rainer + Grimm has released their newest track, “Tempted”, and we are obsessed. The R&B inspired dance music duo crafted this sultry piece with incredible vocals and a deep bassline for the release of this track and our…

Reimer’s new EP Exodus is deep, and a must hear

We love it when we spot an up-and-coming DJ, and Reimer is just that. A brand new solo project on R&G Records, Reimer’s sound is inspired by talents such as Tale of Us and Maceo Plex. It’s no doubt listening…

Dreams Festival Toronto

Revamped Dreams Festival was a summer highlight

Heading into the new reimagined Budlight Dreams Festival on Friday, July 7, you were instantly hit with the excitement of all the festival goers. Everyone donned their very best festival outfits. This year, it was one pieces, glitter, crazy hairstyles,…

Dreams Festival Toronto

Bud Light Dreams Festival: What you need to know

  The countdown is on to Bud Light Dreams Festival on July 7th & 8th, and we can’t be more excited to check out the reimagined festival. Formally the Bud Light Digital Dreams festival, the event has moved from it’s…

Carl Cox Rebel Nightclub Toronto

Carl Cox ignites dancefloor at Rebel with pure techno

Carl Cox crushed the decks at Rebel Nightclub this past Friday. It was the closest thing to a Guvernment flashback that Toronto has ever felt. While nothing will ever replace that sprawling megacomplex, Rebel is busy creating its own heritage…