- 9:00 pm - 1:00 am | Saturday January 28, 2023
- The Lobby | Ace Hotel Toronto
- 47-53 Wentworth Ave
ISO Radio’s been broadcasting full-spectrum sounds from their downtown Toronto base since 2019. The online community station hosts 50-plus rotating shows put on by a roving roster of DJs, producers, record labels, music journalists and general cultural provocateurs seeking to move the needle on the city’s music culture.
On Saturday nights the station returns to The Lobby for their weekly residency, bouncing between alternative R&B, classic house, hip-hop, amapiano, disco, future beats and everywhere in between and beyond.
Sounds by Ace Dillinger.
Other events happening on Jan 28, 2023
Good Chemistry Organic Produce Market at Good Chemistry
Each Saturday from 8am to midday, The Regional Store sets up shop in Good Chemistry. Sourcing 100% organic produce from across regional NSW, locally grown flowers, as well as a range of breads, cheeses and other rotating products. Stop by Foy Lane on your Saturday morning and pick up some produce and a coffee.
Guilty by Association – Extended Family: Lakea Shepard at Gallery
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Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Toronto
Shades at Evangeline
SHADES will focus on various sounds that pay homage to and push forward the underground dance culture coming from the likes of Chicago, Detroit, New York and beyond. Expect to hear classics and forward thinking House, Techno, Disco, and Club weaved together to keep your whole body grooving. RSVPs do not guarantee entry, it’s first come first served.
Ace Afrique at Evangeline
The illustrious Afrique Like Me Collective consists of a trifecta of music-minded savants seeking and releasing inner friques across the city. What began in 2019 as an intimate after-hours west-end party — led by Razaq El Toro, Martinses and Sonic Griot — celebrating art and electronic, dance and alternative music across Africa and the diaspora has grown into an underground custom popping up in unconventional spaces. Every Saturday the collective heads up to Evangeline for Ace Afrique, delivering their African…