For the past year, Chris Burns' string of events at the Trinidad & Tobago Association have lined up house music's biggest names to beat the block with tunes until the wee hours. It's fitting that for the last party before the series takes a break, T&T will host Afterhours featuring Quentin Harris, a product of New York's Shelter who has a hot hand for remixes. He's also the producer responsible for some of the biggest anthems of the past seven years; his 11-minute rework of Donnie's "Cloud 9" remains epic. Burns and Harris helm the main room, while Will Eastman, Nacey, Harry Hotter and James Nasty join forces to bump the basement.-- Rhome Anderson (July 2009)
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