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AdamMadd

I'm keen to hear some ideas on what we should use for the slogan / catch phrase for Ozclubbers.  Any suggestions?

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AnnaBodanna

"Reconnecting the dance music community"

Sorry, i'm not good with slogans.  hehehe

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T-Bone

"Music is our life"

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Littleloz

Umm...  Electronic Music Together

Christ, i'm also shit at this!!

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Moist

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OmarLittle

making clubbing forums great again

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Izzy_Indigo
On 23/02/2017 at 10:48 AM, OmarLittle said:

making clubbing forums great again

Haha that was my first thought too - Make Clubbing Great Again . . .

My suggestions

OzClubbers - Reclaiming the clubbing community

OzClubbers - Home of electronica enthusiasts or Home to electronica enthusiasts 

OzClubbers - Because life's better with EDM (not sure about this given the cheesy association with EDM)

OzClubbers - Because life's better with electronica

OzClubbers - Because life's better dancing (not sure that even makes sense :D)

OzClubbers - Because life's better with tunes (I think i'll stop on this because life's better kick now)

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AdamMadd

Dance like noone is watching

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Kaytland

Sound without focus is just noise

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AdamMadd

Inside electronic music 

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Littleloz

beyond the night

Release the night 

Unleash dance music

Beyond dance music

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AnnaBodanna

I like "Beyond dance music"

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