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The Junkies


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The Junkies style has continued to evolve over the years under the influence of various genres of electronic music, ranging from deep soulful house to techno and everything in between. Drawing from these has resulted in a sound of their own both in the studio and in their DJ sets. It’s this sound that has made them a consistently present force in the Toronto club scene for over 10 years. Holding a residency at the legendary Guvernment Nightclub as well as Footwork Bar keeps them educating the electronic faithful on a weekly basis in the undisputed capital of electronic music in Canada. This has given The Junkies an excellent platform to showcase their music, as well as playing alongside some of the world’s most respected artists on a regular basis including the likes of Dubfire, Marco Carola, Paco Osuna and Loco Dice just to name a few.

Production and remix work have been fundamental in pushing them forward both as artists and DJ’s. The duo just never seems to stop releasing and remixing tracks, which have gained massive support worldwide from many of the world’s top jocks. Attempting to the widen their horizon further, The Junkies are working on their own label imprint Local Music which will feature music from like minded artists as well as another avenue to showcase their own creativity as artists. Regular appearances on labels such as Rawthentic, Sci+Tec, Mindshake and Monique and have kept the duo busy with many more exciting projects to come.


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  • fatebeats

    The Junkies is also a name Johnny Thunders, Richard Hell, Walter Lure, and Billy Rath used before forming "The Heartbreakers".

    19 Dec 2013 Reply
  • needmymusictoda

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    14 Jun 2010 Reply

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