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Deep Dish's Sharam Inspires a Survey of SA's House Music Scene



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A collaboration between the S.O.U.L Family,, Southtown Vinyl and Southtown 101, the allegedly “final” Second Saturday of the long-running “quality, underground dance music” party E:MERGE imports the diverse talents of old-school New York City DJ/producer Harry Romero for an evening of beats and BBQ (free on the patio while supplies last) with support from resident DJs Keeque, Abe Novy, Josh Granado and Lando. Free, 7pm-3am Saturday, July 9, Southtown 101, 101 Pereida St.,

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