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Video: Thank You For 11 Years of House, DEEP!

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For eleven years, Marques Wyatt has brought the best in mature house music sounds -- both from his own record box and from the world's finest DJs -- to LA every Sunday at DEEP.

While the club night has spanned a venues across town, they're putting it all on hold for now, having wrapped up their final Sunday night at Vanguard in Hollywood. The classic-laden blowout featured Wyatt Miguel Migs, Mark Farina, vocalist Lisa Shaw, and DJ Harvey. Future plans for the clubbing institution have not yet been announced.

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