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What: Super funk with DJ Keph

Where: Maxx Fish

DJ Keph keeps the ladies dancing all night long with uber-sexy funk.

Who: DJ Stoli & Miguel Sanchez

Where: Garfinkel’s

Stoli mixes up your favourites for a Saturday night boogie, while Sanchez enhances sound bytes for your music-loving ears.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

A busy dance floor with great music – arrive early… "We are Whistler’s favourite nightspot! Summer hours, 7 p.m.-2 a.m.

Who: DJ Derek

Where: Savage Beagle

See Friday’s listings.

Who: DJ Tone Ballone

Where: Moe Joe’s

Tunes from Ballone tonight.

Sunday, July 21

MUSIC AT TWILIGHT

Who: Thenon

Where: Garfinkels

Live after five, harder tunes from Thenon, tonight at Garf’s.

What: World Cup fooseball tournie

Where: Merlin’s

Every Sunday, $5 to enter, winner takes all.

CLUBS AND DJS

What: Soul Kitchen

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Resident DJ Ghetto Boy, the man who started it all ten years ago, and DJ Czech play breaks and house. Whistler’s longest running house night.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

With a busy dance floor and great music, staffers say get here early. Summer hours, 8 p.m.- 1 a.m. on Sundays.

Monday, July 22

NASTY ROCK

Who: Nashville Pussy with Bionic

Where: Garfinkel’s

Down home bad-ass rock from Nashville Pussy, who re-visit the world of Whistler, with opening guests Bionic. For the voyeur, the rock star, or the kinky listener in you.

Who: Flowmotion

Where: The Boot

You can now find Arlington’s Flowmotion, the rock, funk, and bluegrass outfit, at home in the San Juan Islands, as they place the finishing touches on their second, yet-to-be-named album, due for release by December. "There were insane audiences on our Alaskan tour, hungry for new bands," says guitarist and singer, Josh Clauson. He calls new single Pleasure Opportunity "a real funk-oriented tune written by our bassist," part of their own stewpot of music that still resists the jam-band label. "We’re currently doing short and sweet tours, as we like to put it. Bands burn out by over doing it and then breaking up." Post-Whistler show, the band carries on further south into California in and around the Bay Area. Averaging 140 shows per year, they stop into Whistler just for you tonight.

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