From May 26 to 27 2018
(9 pm-3 am)
Former Montreal School of Fine Arts
10$ presale / 15$ at the door / Pass Nuit Chromatic 1 & 2 : 15$ presale


Lounge Chromatic

99 Wolves
(Free 99 Records)

The Montreal based duo, 99 Wolves, formed of ELMNT & Moses Belanger materialized in 2015 when they decided to unite their musical worlds. Known for their eclectic productions and their electric live performances, the duo has managed to garner positive feedback within their respective circles.

Jesse Futerman

Good boy who releases music on Sobo (forthcoming) Church and Omena. Loves cutting up samples and touching the modulation wheel on his synth. 

Moog Audio Scene

Seychelle & Seb Diamond

Seychelle's style is distinctive and her selections fun-loving but tough, blending seductive bass lines, hard grooves and dreamy melodies. Her infectious stage presence and hard-hitting sets have rapidly built her a reputation as a rising star and local force in the Montreal scene.
Having met in the small nests of underground sounds in Montreal's after hours scene, Seychelle & Seb Diamond struck a musical kinship and took their breed of fun loving but tough marathon sets from the after parties to the main stages of festivals, world-class clubs, Ibiza villas and house parties alike. Although between them they have over a decade of working in the music industry and studying electro acoustics, they're STILL DJs.



Futuristic tech-digital artist Fvckrender is a self-taught creative working out of Montreal. With a defining affinity for sharp architectural geometry, beaming future landscapes and brilliant crystalline arrangements, his renders pay a dark homage to what may eventually reflect our very existence.


Boycott is a multimedia artist working in stage conception, illustration, video projection and content creation with strong ties to the underground after party scene. Boycott has slowly started to build a reputation for her organic bold colorful aesthetics and play with abstract textures. From producing video content to conceptualization of events Boycott finds play in experimenting with depth, surfaces and the spaces between.