#4 of the Lady Luck & Suckmusic series nights at Circus. Another monster line-up and as always, doors open at 10pm with drink specials flowing till midnight. Suckmusic on the door for cheap cheap!!!
In The Clubs Volume 3 is the third compilation in the series dedicated to promoting new and exciting club music by Australian producers.
Beat The Banker & Hey Sam go Yh! with a dirty little number that has been rocking the dance floors. Swit backs up with another peak time track The Party, while John Baptiste makes his 3rd In The Clubs appearance with a quality production in Lunchbox. ITC3 welcomes two young producers to the label. Code Luke & Clipping with their tracks Back To Bongo and Not So Frail, reflecting a deeper club sound.
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Swit’s ‘This Funk’ release on the Suckmusic compilation series In The Clubs Vol 2 was an absolute floor filler and destroyer. He sound is tough yet musical and has recently sent us through another ripper of a track ‘The Party’ which is to appear on In The Clubs 3 early April. Check out this mix he sent us early this year. All class!
Silversix and Nick Coleman will be in the house getting down to the 34’s with the 12’s as per usual.
Suckmusic members will receive free entry as always, while discounted entry is still available for everyone else using the ‘Suckmusic’ open list.
The back bar plays host to regulars Mike Callander & crew.
More info at the Facebook event.
This is some real shit. You know how much Rosé cost on sale? 30 dollars a bottle. Im gonna really fuck your mind up. So much so your Head Will Explode into your headphones when played at high volume. Preferably in a residential area.
A bit Shell Shocked you punk mother fuckers, mother fuckers, mother fuckers, yeah alright. Stop and stare, chick aaaaaaaaaarggghhhhhhhhh!
John Baptiste – Shock Leads, Bass, Drums, Samplers.
Choobz – Saw Waves, Bottom End, Rhythm Bleeps, Vocal Snips.
October 2010 was the last time we posted a mix from DJ Boogs. Fast forward to January 2012, it is no surprise that not much has changed.
His sound has evolved once again, a new tempo, a new attitude, as he continues to reinvent the dance floor.
Recorded on a Sunday night @ Revolver.