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Megasoid Strikes Again

Posted by FX / June 25, 2007

Les gars du soundsystem Mega$oid ont encore frappé hier soir avec un one-two punch musical sous le viaduc Van Horne, coin Casgrain et Marmier. La rumeur avait apparemment circulé aux bons endroits puisque la foule était nombreuse et visiblement heureuse de pouvoir s'agiter al fresco en cette belle soirée de la Saint-Jean sur les rythmes bétons de Six Vicious (Sixtoo), Khiasma et Ghislain Poirier. Intervention discrète de la police qui a laissé tout le monde s'amuser de minuit à 2 heures du matin. À ma connaissance, il n'y a pas eu d'anicroches et tout le monde était satisfait de l'événement impromptu. Note parfaite pour la musique et l'ambiance. Mention spéciale pour souligner le fait que le site a été laissé étonnamment propre compte tenu du nombre de bouteilles qui circulaient parmi les fêtards. Si ça continue dans la même veine, les nuits montréalaises vont être particulièrement agréables cet été. Big up Mega$oid!




rrrobyn / June 25, 2007 at 07:12 pm
so much fun! montreal greatness 100%
i love these pics, esp the people sitting on the bridge foundations
and there's a video too -
Chris / June 25, 2007 at 08:50 pm
This looks like it was a lot more fun than the very similar party that happened under the overpass at Parc Sans Nom between St-Laurent and Milton. It could have been fun but I wasn't on near enough drugs for the music to be danceable (I'm also sick from seasonal allergies).
Anne-Marie Spin le Monde / June 25, 2007 at 10:40 pm
Really really nice photos.
And an incredible party.

My video is already mentionned above in previous comments but can I say a big thanks to Sixtoo, Ghislain and Guillaume, and everybody that showed up and made my best St-Jean ever!!

rrrobyn / June 26, 2007 at 12:56 pm
great video memories, anne-marie! :)
scott / June 26, 2007 at 01:48 pm
oof! i left pretty early on and there were about 300 people crammed in there. i've since heard one report of 800 and anne-marie says 1500 total. mans! so good.

of course, with that size of crowd i couldn't see the crazy shirt and gold chainz that sixtoo was mackin'. whoah.
thanks for the vid!
XRumerTest / May 3, 2009 at 04:59 pm
Hello. And Bye.
XRumerTest / May 4, 2009 at 12:12 am
Hello. And Bye.
MichaelJacksonMemorial / July 8, 2009 at 06:15 am
This is the most tragic thing I have ever witnessed, from the huge procession to the millions of fans effected by his music, his life and his tragic death.
No matter who you are, and where you live, what you do for work,
no matter how much you like or dislike him, one thing you can say is he has touched everyones lives. somehow in someway. Everyone and I mean EVERYONE has been touched by his music, one way or another.

MJ's music has and always will have an impact on the world, past, present and future. We will never know or understand the influince he has had on so many of us.

The memory of Michael Jackson's life will live on forever! I'm hoping in his memory there is more peace and prosparity in the future. Below is my own personal tribute sites to MJ.

<a href=http://www.>;Michael Jacksons Memorial</a>
<a href=http://www.>;Michael Jackson Memorial</a>
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How is it going,

So this former chiense farmer
Giving accounts away at

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