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Our third annual all-nighter was our most ambitious iteration yet, with thirteen hours of combined outdoor and indoor programming, as well as a venue change for this year’s edition at the absolutely incredible Usine-C. Equinox saw three Montreal premieres in Courtesy, Borusiade, and Blackest Ever Black‘s Carla Dal Forno, the latter of which made Equinox her first ever trip to North America. The evening progressed from sunny daytime jams courtesy of Jayda G to the absolutely belting 3-hour closing assault from No Way Back‘s Derek Plaslaiko and Carlos Souffront playing, ahem, back-to-back. All in all, it was a spectacular day of music, visuals, and dancing, as highlighted in our gallery below:

Jayda G opens things up early on Usine-C’s outdoor terrace.
© Bruno Destombes

Courtesy with the, ahem, courtesy of bringing us into nightfall.
© Bruno Destombes

Main room ready to go with a killer projection mapping setup by susy.technology
© Bruno Destombes

Carla Dal Forno opened up our evening program with her debut North American appearance.
© Bruno Destombes

Borusiade opened up the dancing portion of the evening with a masterful warm up set.
© Bruno Destombes

Umfang didn’t mince words with her first track, a blistering peak time techno cut.
© Bruno Destombes

Volvox brought things into more acidic techno territory after her Discwoman cohort’s absolute assault.
© Bruno Destombes

Taking it easy in the chill out room.
© Saad Al-Hakkak

The night came to a close with an incredible 3-hour selection of ’90s techno from Derek Plaslaiko and Carlos Souffront.
© Bruno Destombes

Equinox coming to a beautiful bliss out close.
© Bruno Destombes

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