Jump to content
×
  • Can you help us?

    If you have some serious passion for your local scene, and are interested in helping us build Australia's newest electronic music community, hit on the Apply Now button below to become an Ozclubbers contributor!

    Apply Now

     

  • Sign in to follow this  

    Lausanne No-Photo’s Club Folklor Rounds Out Year Celebrating First Anniversary


    OzClubbers
    FOLKLOR-ClubFOLKLOR-Club

    Celebrating its one year anniversary, Lausanne club FOLKLOR is set to slide into the new year with a fully stacked winter lineup of quality artists.

    FOLKOR rose from the ashes of the much-loved La Ruche, quickly building a reputation throughout the underground. The 300 person space prides itself in safeguarding its patrons, and preserving the intimate environment, by adopting a strict no-photos policy. Since its 2016 opening, the club has hosted everyone from Culoe de Song to Eagles & Butterflies, Hyenah to Mathew Jonson, and many, many more.

    Over the next few weeks, FOLKLOR will host the likes of Paul Woolford (18 Nov), Nastia (23 Nov), Nuno dos Santos (25 Nov), Prins Thomas (3 Dec), Baikal (23 Dec), and more, as well as a special 3 day weekend New Year’s Event.

    Website FOLKOR Page

    The post Lausanne No-Photo’s Club Folklor Rounds Out Year Celebrating First Anniversary appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam.

    Source: Deep House Amsterdam

    Sign in to follow this  



  • Comments

  • We source our news and reviews from a number of sources.  From our local volunteer contributors (writers and reviewers) around Australia, to syndicated news sources including Your EDM, Dancing Astronaut, MixMag, By The Wavs, MNML, No Dough Music, Techno Kittens, Drum and Bass News, BBC, Junkee, and Trance Family.  Where the article has been sourced via syndication, you will find a link at the bottom of the article to the original source.

    Our local volunteer contributors are creative people who are passionate about the dance music and club scene in Australia and want to share their passion with others.  If you feel you fit into this category, we would love to hear from you!  Send us an application to become a contributor (writer / reviewer) by visiting https://ozclubbers.com.au/application

Add Your Event for FREE
Invite A Friend


  • Similar Content

    • Nordic-By-Nature
      By Nordic-By-Nature
      OzClubbers Feature Article - Alpha Agency
       

       
      In this weeks Feature Article, OzClubbers is proud to introduce Alpha Agency - Australia's first all female & LGBTQI+ Booking Agency.
       
      Alpha is the brainchild of a female music industry worker who had not only faced adversity as a woman in music herself, but also saw the struggles her female talent had faced over the years. During the recent Bigsound Festival in Brisbane I spent an evening with Kailei to find out more about her new venture. We ate tempura eggplant and between sake shots chatted candidly about being a woman in the music industry and her mission to support, empower and navigate a positive and successful career for women in music.
       
      Tell us a little about yourself, Kailei?
      I’m a booking agent originally from Sydney who quit her job and moved to Melbourne on a whim in May, then started a business three months later. And here we are!
       
      How’d you get into the music industry?
      I decided I was going to work in music when I was fifteen years old, so I studied Music Industry Business as soon as I finished my HSC. From there it was a lot of internships, free work, ‘blood, sweat and tears’ until I finally got my first full time job in the industry and kept on growing from there. It’s been a long journey and a lot of hard work, so it’s nice to be here doing something I really believe in which will hopefully help a lot of people along the way.
       
      What experience do you have?
      I’ve been an agent, promoter, artist manager, merchandise manager, event manager and publicist; so it’s shaped me into an allrounder which put me in a great position to start the business. I used to think I needed to be a specialist in one area of the industry but soon realised the value in having really solid experience in a number of sectors.
       
      Why'd you decide to make Alpha all female and LGBTQI+?
      Alpha stemmed from my personal experiences as a woman in music and also from seeing first-hand the constant challenges and feelings of defeat my female talent encountered over the years. I want to be able to navigate safe, positive and successful careers for people in music who don’t feel properly represented because of their gender, sexuality or ethnicity.
       
      Can someone that doesn’t identify within these areas sign with you?
      Yes of course. I’m currently speaking with a band who are fronted by a female vocalist with the other band members being straight, cis-males; however their music is about gender, sexuality and other ideologies that align with Alpha’s. We’re here to support anyone fighting the good fight with us through their music and influence!
       
      Other than the fact that you’ll be all female and LGBTQI+ inclusive, what sets you apart as a agency/booking agent?
      As an agent, I really understand the needs of female talent and form solid bonds with my artists which in turn brings out the most creative, successful and collaborative work. I also specialise and focus heavily in the corporate events and the brand sponsorship space which is a really important nut to crack for an artist.
       
      When are you launching and have you got anything special planned?
      Alpha is officially launched but we’re looking at throwing a party in summer to showcase our amazing talent roster and wet the agency’s head. It would be wrong not to!
       
      Are their any collaborators you’d like to mention (that'll be involved with Alpha)?
      I’ve collaborated with some wonderful, creative women for the launch of Alpha. A core ethos of the business is to outsource female freelancers for services such as web development, design, photography, publicity and marketing to open up more jobs for women in creative industries. So far I’ve worked with Angie Young, Xposed Media (publicity); Annie Walter, Annie Walter Design (logo); Kate Carmen, Rabble Rouse Creative (website and branding), Renee Peterson (copywriting) and Alex Drewniak (photography).
       
      Can you tell us about who you have signed? What sort or artists/genres can we expect to see coming out of Alpha?
      So far the roster includes (in alphabetical order) Ayebatonye, Feline, Rosie Kate, Sara T, Stacie Fields and Stara spanning in genres from Techno, to UK Garage, Drum & Bass, House, R&B and Dancehall.
       
      Tell us about you plan to work with charities?
      Working as an agent has an immediate impact on your artists but I sat scratching my head a few months ago wondering what other contribution I was making not only to music but the community. Alpha will continuously work with a number of charities and associations for a range of social issues in Australia, as well as those that our roster of talent hold dear to them and would like to support.
       
      Any thoughts on the state of the music scene in Melbourne or Australia that you’d like to add?
      Melbourne’s music scene is as strong as ever which is a big part of why I moved here from Sydney earlier this year. There are gigs on every night of the week, in all genres, all venues, all parts of Melbourne; it’s great and there’s such a solid music community down here. Needless to say, the lockout laws have really affected Sydney nightlife and it’s sad to watch so many iconic venues in Kings Cross and on Oxford Street shut down over the last few years when those places were my home and where my love of electronic music really solidified.
       
      What’s your No 1 piece of advice for an artist that’s tossing up signing with an agent or going it alone?
      Make sure that if you’re signing to an agency you’re signing because of the agent and not because of the status of the agency. You could sign to the best agency in the world but if your agent isn’t on the same page with your vision and the dedication to your act, it could potentially set you back further than when you were representing yourself. In terms of time to find an agent; you’ll know. Your bookings will be too much to manage solo and you’ll need someone to be repping you so that you can focus on making and/or playing music!
       

       
      How can people get in contact with you?
       
      You can contact us here (https://alphabookingagency.com/contact) or join the conversation on our socials!
       
      Website: https://alphabookingagency.com/
      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alphabookingagency
      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alphabookingagencyau/
        Want a taste of Alpha talent? Check out Ayebatonye's Yours & Owls set from the weekend:   https://soundcloud.com/ayebatonyedjs/round-the-twist-minimix-yours-and-owls-festival 
    • AdamMadd
      By AdamMadd
      NYC’s subway buskers turned Beyonce collaborators Too Many Zooz and UK producer KDA have called upon the production talents of Armand Van Helden for a club-primed rework of Warriors. The original, featuring UK #1 producer KDA, has been played 45 times by Radio 1, was Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World, featured as the official track for London Pride, and has surpassed 1 million streams on Spotify. With a fresh new remix on the cards courtesy of Armand Van Helden, Warriors is poised to be elevated to new heights over the coming months.
       
      Too Many Zooz started off life as buskers on NYC’s long and winding subway system. Fast-forward just a few years and the brass-house trio have reached heights they never thought possible: from guesting on Beyonce’s Lemonade to selling out shows in the blink of an eye across Europe and the US. Composed of dancing sax wizard, Leo P, the ferocious percussionist King of Sludge and nimble-fingered trumpeter Matt Doe, Too Many Zooz are getting bigger and bigger. Hard on the heels of playing Good Morning Britain last month, there’s seemingly no end to the NYC trio’s meteoric success.
       
      KDA is a South London boy who has an equally impressive command of the commercial realm as he does the underground. He’s the name behind the UK#1, Platinum certified single Turn the Music Louder featuring Katy B and Tinie Tempah, as well as Just Say with Tinashe and the socially conscious new underground dance single Hate Me. His first-hand experience of London’s underground club culture has cemented KDA as a highly regarded dance music authority. His DJ support is an endless list of equally varied tastemakers including the likes of Jackmaster, Seth Troxler, Black Madonna and Jamie Jones.
       
      With over 20 years’ experience as one of the world’s most in demand DJs, Armand Van Helden is a name that needs little introduction. The Boston-born dance music authority has dominated the charts with singles ‘Witch Doktor’ in 1997, ‘You Don’t Know Me’ back in 1999, and ‘My My My’ in 2005. He’s released countless club tracks, old and new, that continue to leave their unmistakable mark on the dance music world. Whether he’s DJing the world’s biggest dance spaces or hard at work in his natural habitat, the studio, Armand Van Helden’s talent and reputation is unparalleled.
       
      “Armand has such a creative way of bringing new shapes and colors out of a song, and he did this brilliantly on the Warrior’s remix. It reminds us of those old UK dance records that we love, with that familiar charming energy of the kick and hats mixed with resonant filter sweeps on the trumpets and saxes. Two words: BIG CHUNE!!!!!!!” - MATT
       
      Armand Van Helden’s dance-floor ready remix of Warriors demonstrates all the hallmarks of a club classic. Replete with gargantuan 909 four to the floor beats and deep, billowing basses that underpin Too Many Zooz’ and KDA’s unmistakable ‘brass-house’ sound, the Boston dance music aficionado has provided a heady remix worthy to be played in the world’s most esteemed club spaces.
       
      Too Many Zooz VS KDA – Warriors (Armand Van Helden Remix)  is out on 17th August 2018 via Ministry Of Sound.
       
       
      BUY/DOWNLOAD:
      https://lnk.to/WarriorsAVH
       
      SPOTIFY:
       
       
      Too Many Zooz: 
       
      https://www.instagram.com/toomanyzooz/
      https://twitter.com/TooManyZooz
      https://www.facebook.com/toomanyzooz/
       
       
      KDA
      https://www.instagram.com/kdabeats/
      https://twitter.com/KDABEATS
      https://www.facebook.com/KDAbeats/
       
       
      Armand Van Helden
      https://www.instagram.com/armandvanhelden/?hl=en
      https://www.facebook.com/armandvanhelden
       
       
    • Guest
      By Guest
      Purchase Tickets: https://www.facebook.com/events/492188941242998 Music Genre: Deep,Disco,Electro,House,Techno,Tribal Facebook URL: https://www.facebook.com/discofixparty/ Disco is about having a feeling of freedom and expression. It’s a vibe, an energy and a connection.
       
      The Disco Fix Launch Party is happening Saturday, September 22nd 2018, from 4-10PM.

      When you think disco party - you think flares, mirror balls & cheesy 70’s chart hits. Forget that. It’s time for something different.
       
      This spring, we’re bringing that feeling back with a digital edge. Think remixed disco, house and soulful music that’s fresh and current.
       
      We’ll be hosting a series of pop-up events to take you back to the roots of dance music and allow you to capture that feeling of freedom to be yourself.
       
    • BrendanClay
      By BrendanClay
      Well, here is a new mix from me: something compiled, executed and delivered, just because...
       

      Since we kicked off our  Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content.  project last year; the vast majority of my DJ'ing has been centred around a housier, disco-centric sound—for which Attic is known—for both, our own events and other ad hoc DJ bookings in around town.

      Of course, we love our Attic sound, however; during this last little while—somewhat regrettably—I've not had much of an opportunity to sit back and relish in some other musical guilty pleasures. This particular line-up of deeper, melodic selections has allowed me to do just that. This is a very much an indulgent mix—let's make no mistake about that.

      Within, you'll hear some newer pieces; you'll hear some that I had stashed away for such an opportunity. Each track has moved me or has made me feel something.

      It's melodic, it's moody and if I've done my job correctly; you'll be taken on a journey for next 80 minutes or so.

      I really hope you dig this one.


      Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content.  
       



      Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content.

      : Tracklisting:
      01 : Intro
      02 : Bochum Welt - 'Azure' (Original Mix) [K7 Records]
      03 : Flabaire - 'Sweet Spot' (Original Mix) [D.KO Records]
      04 : Seb Wildblood - 'Nothing' (Original Mix) [Church]
      05 : Nicholas & Nikki-O - 'Ancient Future' (Original Mix) [Shall Not Fade]
      06 : Classixx - 'A Fax From The Beach' (Original Mix) [Innovative Leisure Records]
      07 : P.C. - 'Spirit Feel' (Original Mix) [Church]
      08 : Leon Revol - 'Far With A Van' (Original Mix) [Secret Reels]
      09 : L.K. - 'Light Drama' (Original Mix) [Shall Not Fade]
      10 : Genius Of Time - 'Kepler 186F' (Original Mix) [Aniara Recordings]
      11 : David & Hjalti - 'Moods' (Original Mix) [Lagaffe Tales]
      12 : Owain K. - 'New Horizon' (Original Mix) [Arthouse]
      13 : Shur-I-Kan - 'Kermit's Lodge' (Original Mix) [Lazy Days Music]
      14 : Terry Lee Brown Junior ft. Ira Ange - 'Innocent' (Forteba Remix) [Plastic City]
      15 : Atjazz - 'Track 1' (Mix 1) [Atjazz Record Company]
      16 : Mandar - 'String Theory' (Original Mix) [Oscillat Music]
      17 : Jesse Futerman - 'Blinding Lights' (Original Mix) [Omena]
×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Privacy Policy, and Guidelines