Long before South Beach became a hotbed of mediocrity, there lurked a contingent of sound and vision aficionados known as the Deep House Movement. DHM's core consisted of Omar Suardy, from New York, Stephen Flynn, from Ireland, and Edwin Adams, a Florida boy who had little in common with those in his Orlando hometown and was making a good go of things in the Magic City. The trio's goal was to create some of the most memorable evenings of music ever mustered, and it very often provided the time of your life.
After DHM had some stints up and down the strip, Tomas Ceddia of Aquabooty tapped the three to be resident DJs at his events. Ceddia and his business partner Joe Budious also had big ideas about how to make right the night. For the next decade, their teaming with DHM at venues ranging from the Marlin to Pawn Shop provided our town with the kind of fast action people still talk about.
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