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▲ DEZEMBER SPECIALS ▲
☼ packed sweets 4 U
☼ Post = nur € 5,- bis 24 Uhr
☼ Cocktails € 5,- all night long
☼ gratis Punsch von 22-24 Uhr
Bitte alle einsteigen, Dance-Station U4!
Wie sind wieder für euch da und sorgen erneut für unsere musikalisch-elektronische Linie – die Wiener Linie eben!
Wir liefern euch housig-groovige Töne um Donnerstag Nacht auf ganzer Linie abzufeiern.
Diesmal wieder mit Dayum!
Folgende artists werden euch am Mainfloor durch die Nacht führen:
– Angerer (Wiener Tanz Freunde)
– Daniel Morgenstern (Kitball/plemplem)
– Rabo (WTF/Ballroom rec.)
– Steven Hoder
€ 8,- bis 24 Uhr
€ 10,- ab 24 Uhr
Eventpost: € 5,- bis 24 Uhr
Be part of it from the beginning & let’s make Thursday great again.
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HAPPY PEOPLE = HAPPY MOOD
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Post “WTF-Wiener Linie” in the event & you will pay only € 5,- until 12 pm
▲ DECEMBER SPECIALS ▲
☼ packed sweets 4 U
☼ Post = just € 5,- till 12 pm
☼ Cocktails € 5,- the whole night
☼ free punch from 10 – 12 pm
Get on the line, Dance-Station U4!
We will lighten up your Thursday night and celebrate the electronic WTF style – the Wiener Linie!
We bring you groovy House and Tech-House tunes to have an amazing start into the weekend!
This time again with Dayum!
These artists will lead you through the night:
– Angerer (WTF)
– Daniel Morgenstern (Kitball/plemplem)
– Rabo (WTF/Ballroom Rec.)
– Steven Hoder
Be part of it from the beginning & let’s make Thursday great again!
Tropical Velvet Records
Label CARNIVAL SUNGLASS PARTY!!
Saturday 3rd September 2016
SUMMER AINT OVER!!!!!!!! Don’t put your sunglasses away just yet !!!!!!
After the success of our first London label party back in April Featuring none other that the mighty SIMON DUNMORE (Defected) we return with an end of summer party and are extremely happy to welcome RAY FOXX (Defected, Strictly Rhythm) on deck duty for a night of salacious house music.
Making this a night to remember and certainly one not miss as Tropical Velvet take over the Nomad Night Club in Shoreditch and bringing you a carnival extravaganza with live percussion, Carnival dancers, an exclusive LIVE PA from DEEP TRACK & EMMA BLACK and even supplying sunglasses for this summer shindig!!!!
Having had such a great party in April at this hidden gem of a venue we return with a night of underground VOCAL, UPLIFTING & FUNKIFIED CARNIVAL themed HOUSE MUSIC!!!
On the night we have brought in a selection of artists from the Tropical Velvet roster guaranteeing you the finest house music !
RAY FOXX (Defected, Strictly Rhythm)
In 2011 Ray Foxx stamped his name into the world with his 8 track Mixtape, containing the huge track ‘The Trumpeter’ which was heavily supported by Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, DJ Target and Trevor Nelson to name just a few. Later that year, supplied with vocals by Lovelle the track moved into the UK dance charts as ‘La Musica’ (Defected) helping to prove that he is a cut above the rest.
Since that moment Ray has been crafting and working on developing his productions and DJ career, which has taken him around the world including massive shows in the UK, Ibiza, Bali, South Africa and all around Europe.
2013 saw ‘Boom Boom (Heartbeat)’ featuring Rachel K Collier (Strictly Rhythm/ Island), land in the UK top 20 which peaked at number 2 in the iTunes Dance Chart and stayed in the UK top 20 for 4 weeks.
Ray became a resident guest DJ on 1Xtra providing the ‘Daily Dose Mix’ for Mistajam and then got asked to present his own weekly show on Kiss FM’s digital station Kiss Fresh which then led to a permanent slot on Kiss FM.
In 2015 Ray Foxx teamed up with Rachel K Collier again on the release ‘Curious’ released on Island Records.
Ray Foxx has remixed a broad selection of artists from Hard-Fi to Wookie, Dizzee Rascal, Sigma and more.
2016 is an exciting year for Ray Foxx as he launches his own label imprint Foxx Head Music, with the debut release coming out in spring. Ray Foxx also has new music out on This Ain’t Bristol and Sharam Jey’s label Bunny Tiger.
Ben Webb AKA KORT Tropical Velvet’s founder and creative source is constantly pushing boundaries and developing as an artist, KORT has dedicated himself to a vision of quality house music with a distinctive feel. This is also the same for Tropical Velvet, which can be clearly heard in the quality & style of the releases & the kind of artists that have signed & worked on the label.
Since winning the Defected Producers competition in 2011 & signing a publishing deal with Defected Music KORT embarked upon a journey with Copyright Recordings which started with the success of “Tomorrow” and has seen several subsequent Traxsource number one’s, and top ten chart positions along the way.
Probably best known for the “No Fear EP”achieving Traxsource House chart Top 10, radio play on BBC Radio 1courtesy of B Traits, and voted best track of 2013 by classyhousemusic.com react-text: 608 , KORT went on to make 2014 a key year launching the label, Tropical Velvet with a well received vocal collaboration (KORT ft Jessica Symonds – For You). KORT continued this success with ‘Holding On’ which hit Traxsource House chart top 20, gaining radio support across the board including Dance Anthems on BBC Radio 1, Ministry of Sound radio, Top 10 in DMCWorld Buzz chart along with an editor’s interview.
DEEPTRACK ( FEAT Live PA by EMMA BLACK)
Deeptrak are a creative collective from Essex, England formed in 2011 and consisting of Tony Nicholls, Mark Dedross and Grant Richards, with Emma Black lending her vocal talent. They have received support from the likes of Roger Sanchez, Todd Terry, Mark Knight, Shapeshifters, Roland Clark, Grant Nelson, Ferreck Dawn and Victor Simonelli. Releases so far have been on Form & Function, InHouse, Tropical Velvet, Conkrete Digital, Red Rose, Urbana, Love Inc & Nocturnal. Deeptrak have had the honour of remixing three stone cold classics: Todd Terry’s ‘Jumpin’ and Victor Romero’s ‘Love Will Find A Way’ & NY’s Finest ‘Do You Feel Me’. As DJs Deeptrak have supported a whole host of well know artists including Sandy Rivera, Full Intention’s Michael Grey and Low Steppa.
BAZ SNEDEN (JAMHOT)
With a DJ career starting at the main Iconic venues from Brighton to Leeds and abroad along with celebrity parties, MTV parties and award ceremony after parties such as the prestigious PFA awards Baz knows how to building a great party vibe playing feel good music.
His choice of tunes whilst presenting his set to the crowd is his key strength. Keeping them guessing from track to track but above all energising the crowd.
With a monthly residency at DNA Clapham for ‘Get Greedy’ and regular guest slots @ Shade and show casing at We are FSTVL for Housewave project we welcome Baz to the TV crew to work his magic
FaMEnotMoney (AKA Rico Novo) has stamped his unique House Music flavours across London for over 2 decades, morphing the sound ahead of the music trend; his Latin roots ever – present, injecting an energy and funk that creates a unique balance of electronic and organic house music. Expect to get lifted on the vibes from someone who has a par of excellence in music programing and delivery. Rock da HOUSE y’all
We have great pleasure in welcoming back the gorgeous K-SAX to add that extra vibe & live percussion to get you grooving through the night !!!
Saturday 3rd September 2016
21:00 – 05:00
@ Nomad Club London
58 Old St, London EC1V 9AJ
Dress Code: CRAZY/SEXY/COOL – DON’T FORGET YOUR SUNGLASSES!
£10 BEFORE 23:00 £15 THEREAFTER
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Digitalsoulz will be spinning at SIN VIP Late bar this halloween 31st Oct 2015. They will be bringing you the spooks along with Lazy Shaun, Cool Hand Luke, DJ Hedge, Funk Frank and Harrison Boyd.
So if you in this region make sure you go check out this Hott Night.
3 Richmond Street, Weston-Super-Mare, BS23 1SX UK
Ansel Elgort, movie star and known sex-haver, is adding another job listing to his LinkedIn profile: professional DJ. The multitalented 21-year-old has been signed by Island Records, where he will dive “deeper into dance music” under the name DJ Ansolo.
It would be wonderful if this were a fake news item, or some kind of desperate attempt to get more people interested in seeing We Are Your Friends, but, alas, it’s the honest-to-god truth.
…In January, Elgort [said,] “I’m going to battle with credibility my whole career as Ansolo, because people will just say I’m an actor trying to get into this,” he said. “But I have no need to get into this. My acting is going great. I don’t want to make more money. If I did, I wouldn’t be making groovy house music.”
When asked by Rolling Stone to describe his particular sound, DJ Ansolo used so, so many words. He just wouldn’t stop using words.
I suppose everything today is described as progressive house. The definition of progressive house today is so broad. I like to say it’s groovy house music, or groovy, driving club music. I’m starting to make some records that aren’t just club music but are catchy, vocal kind of records with a lot of club-inspired elements. But it’s real club music, not just pop club music. It’s such a hard thing to say what genre or form of dance music it is. Now you say “deep house” and there are, like, 10 different kinds of deep house. It’s blasphemy, and the real deep-house artists get kind of mad and are like, “Oh, Oliver Heldens isn’t deep house.” But other people are like, “Oliver Heldens is deep house.”
DJ Ansolo superfan Ellie Shechet could not be reached for comment, but I assume her thoughts are something like this.
Tonight sees PoD bring you Richy Ahmed at Button Factory. Ahmed is firmly established as one of the top DJs at the forefront of British house music at the moment, consistently re-defining the scene, taking cues from disco, techno, funk, electro and hip-hop.
He has played a major part in the renaissance of British House in recent years one that has given rise to a whole new breed of DJs and producers.
Hailing from South Shields in the north of England, Richy continues to make regular appearances at events across the UK as well as touring internationally.
He spent many years cutting his teeth at the UK’s most exciting venues for underground dance music, including Rainbow Venues in Birmingham, The Warehouse Project in Manchester, Glasgow’s Sub Club as well as London’s most respected clubbing institution’s XOYO and Fabric.
Richy then branched out internationally playing major events, from BPM in Mexico to the exclusive Blue Marlin venue in Dubai to Panorama Bar in Berlin, cementing his rise as a globally acclaimed DJ, and as a result has been polled in Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs for the last two years running.
In 2013 he released his debut EP ‘The Drums’ on Jamie Jones and Lee Foss’ Hot Creations label. The lead track went on to be crowned as Pete Tong’s ‘Essential New Tune’. He followed this up in 2014 and signed his ‘Sneaky Acid’ EP to the label for their 50th release. As a key member of the Hot Creations family, Richy is an A&R for the label and has been the main resident and one of the curators for the line ups for Paradise at DC-10 over the last three years.
Last year also saw Richy broadcast on the legendary BBC Radio 1 Essential mix with his own unique take on the iconic series – armed with a completely individual sound that fuses the energy of house and disco with infectious funk-inspired grooves. You can catch him tonight at Button Factory with RTE Pulse enigma Dan Stritch and Aaron Nolan.
Each week resident Kaily (just back from his Scottish tour) brings you an array of guests with the musical menu being Disco and House and everything in between.Admission is only €6 and this week Cameron Steele and Ian Dowdall join Dan and Kaily.
Source : Irish Mirror