Although Toronto’s CODA will be missing Lee Foss on Saturday night’s lineup (due to circumstances beyond CODA’s control, as reported on the event page), some of the Canadian city’s own talents will be stepping up to the plate.

Nitin, a globetrotting Toronto-based label owner, producer, and DJ will be taking some extra time on the decks. Beginning his career in London, Ontario, Nitin came to Toronto in 2005, joining up with Gem Events to bring a wide range of shows to the city.He partnered with Johnny White in 2008 and launched his record label, No.19 Music, and it has grown into a well-respected fixture for a new wave of dance music, signing tracks from the likes of Stacey Pullen, Maceo Plex, and Soul Clap just to name a few. Nitin is no stranger to the international scene, playing clubs in Ibiza and Berlin as well as throughout North America. You can find him traveling from coast to coast, most recently playing Mixmag’s Lab LA and Toronto’s Electric Island series.

The night will also see a set from Sean Roman, a Berlin-based producer who has stepped onto the house and techno scene in recent years. Formally known under his drum ‘n’ bass moniker, Mutt, Sean Roman has made quite the impact in his new sphere, with tracks of his being played out by Droog, Jamie Jones, and Lee Foss.

With local support from Mundane.

Nitin, Sean Roman, Mundane
Toinght, Saturday, Oct. 10
CODA (794 Bathurst St. Toronto, Canada)
10 p.m. – 5 a.m.
For more information see the Facebook event page.