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Ship2Ship Sailed through Toronto

Submitted by on February 13, 2015 – 1:13 pmNo Comment


How does one sail from year to year keeping the same pace and momentum a steady constant? That is quite the challenge, unless of course you’re Gary Richards, better known as Destructo. Always on the go, when Destructo is not booking major events with world class calibre Dj’s, he puts on his own Dj hat and performs at venues around the world.


Based on the overwhelming success of last year’s Holy Ship cruise, this year he decided to add a second one and when the Dj/producer and entrepreneur realized he had some free time in between the cruises, what did he do? Most people would take some down time to gear up for the upcoming events. Not Destructo. He put together a 15 city coast-to-coast tour that ended just before his second Holy Ship adventure was to begin.


 Hard, known for putting together some of the best off the radar Dj’s to perform at his events did not disappoint with the Ship2ship tour. Richards selected UK Dj T. Williams at point, Aussie Dj Motez as the opener, Destructo as headliner, and down under and rising star Anna Lunoe as the closer.


They will accompany Richards for most of the tour stops. Destructo’s repertoire on the decks is as diverse as his entrepreneurial spirit is. He kept the crowd dancing, swaying, gyrating and bouncing, over the course of his ninety-minute set. He even dropped some of his collaborations with west coast rappers,(Party Up feat.YG) but for the most part, it was just really good deep garage house.


If you’re a music lover or just like to shake your groove thing, and ever hear of a Hard party or Destructo & Co coming to your town, or a town near you, I highly suggest you check it out for you won’t be disappointed, and if you’re the adventurous type, be sure to hop on board the Holy Ship.



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