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We head to Fort Amherst in St. John's to get a view of the Battery, and have a dance during the madness of Covid-19 quarantine times.
We're all stuck at home for the foreseeable future, let's make sure we get a daily dose of dancing in.
Instagram is a goldmine for creative talent and dancing is no exception. Check out this list of dancers to learn some moves or get inspired.
We head to Quidi Vidi to break it down to some disco house in one of the most picturesque towns in Canada.
From contemporary R&B classics Rock the Boat and Thong Song to pop artists Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake, it’s time to get nostalgic with our favourite 2000s remixes.
How one DJ quit drinking and continued his career in the club scene though mindfulness, endorphins, and dance.
In 2012 remix86 partnered with 22 rising international producers in the release of FOGO Vol. 1. Check out the compilation and learn where the producers are today.
Jelly Bean row makes for an awesome backdrop to get down to this 70s classic remix. Colourful music, colourful moves, colourful people.
Whether you're having a day boil or dancing under the stars, here's a playlist for those hot summer days, guaranteed to make you sweat.
B boy Tony Lee breaks it down to Mood's remix of Kraak & Smaak's prescription with the deepest shades of blue of the Atlantic ocean.
It doesn't get more off-the-beaten-path than Little Bay Islands. Lance Wicks gets down to Jarami's Pretty Big House in front of a pretty red fishing shed.
Lance Wicks and Potemtole, back to back at The Loose Tie on George St. Nu disco, funk, chicago house, funky house, deep house, it's a balanced plate of your dinner essentials.
Dancer Rock One drops it to Alavi's remix of Missy Elliott's Work It from Signal Hill at sunset.
Medasin's unique vibe is on full display with his majestic remix of Feel It Still. You know Lance isn't sitting still.
Humpback whales join in for a dance at St. Vincent's beach in Newfoundland. Yes, the whales really are that close, no fancy camera work here.