House Party returns at Stardust with Emoticon, Dromes and Godsnack

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With its hand-me-down aesthetic and strong family-style pours, Stardust Video and Coffee is an ideal setting for a “house party,” and for years, a much- loved DJ night dubbed itself so, attracting wild crowds on a night when anything goes. Now it’s been resurrected, featuring Toronto DJ Emoticon, who used to run the party before relocating. For additional vibes, Orlando musician Chandler Strang (Saskatchewan, Case Work) per- forms under his electronic producer moniker, Dromes. If you’ve yet to catch Dromes, hunt down his recent collaboration with Palmedo’s Delia Albert, a track called “Relapse,” for a light pre-party snack. Speaking of munchies, Sarasota’s Godsnack (Greg Ferris of Equines, Cats in the Basement) will also be spinning tasty grooves. They’re being awfully neighborly making this much fun free, so if your Saturday is wide open, why not take it to the House?

HOUSE PARTY with Emoticon, Dromes, Godsnack | 9 p.m. Saturday | Stardust Video and Coffee, 1842 E. Winter Park Road | 407-623-3393 | stardustie.com | free


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