Clara Da Costa
Jon O' Connor
Garrett & Ojelay
Marko Kay & Tommy Paone are the Neverdogs, this duo originally from Italy, are currently celebrating 10 years in the industry.
Their combined talents and passion for music have led them to create their undistinguished and unique sound.
These innovative DJ’s producers have pioneered a new alternative sound from classical deep house to minimal house, infusing them with seductive grooves and stimulating melodies. Their dynamic approach to music making does not go unnoticed in the underground club scene.
Getting there big break in Italy from their collaboration with organisers of the DOCSHOW, which catapulted them to fame, and they are now playing in some of the most renown clubs in Europe, such as Privilege (Ibiza), Space (Ibiza), La Terrazza (Barcelona), Cocorico’ (Italy) and La Rocca (Belgium).
Since 2005 they have been resident throughout the summer in Ibiza, where they have played at Space and Underground. Regular guests on Ibiza Global Radio and Ibiza Sonica Radio. Having also featured in Night & Day Magazine (Ibiza) with Ibiza-Eivissa TV, which is broadcasted over Pacha TV and Music Box.
2009 saw the launch of the most exclusive Katamaran parties in Ibiza, hosted by Sexy’n’Chic where they played alongside, Villalobos, Jose De Divina, System of Survival, Clint Lee, Iban Mendoza and Julie Marghilano.
Making London their home 2006, they play at Egg, Sosho, Aquarium, + Plus, The Den and Centro (AKA/The End) Pacha and Follow Me - which are hosts to some of the most elite costume parties in London.
After 5 years of DJing and promoting, the duo began producing their own tracks, which are appreciated and played by top artists such as, Locodice, Timo Maas, Buswacka, Pascal Feos, Hernan Cattaneo, G-Pal, Steve Lawler, and Satoshi Tomiie.
Their music is featured on Steve Lawler’s compilation album called Light Out 3, released on Globalunderground and also on Satoshi Tomiie’s compilation for Trend Discotec Magazine.
At the moment The Neverdogs are resident at the Docshow in Bologna, at The Egg London and at Follow Me also in London, they also play for Sexy'n'Chic in Ibiza throughout the summer.
In summer 2010, the first PACHA INTERNATIONAL VIP COMPILATION. VOL.1 was released in the shops and on various music website's. The compilation is a triple CD, mixed by the NEVERDOGS for PACHA London. Featuring on the Neverdogs CD are two of there own tracks: Seductive Grooves and Lifecycle, which have also been released on PACHA Recordings.
The other two CD's were mixed by other artists for PACHA Moscow and PACHA Sharm El sheikh. Currently also out is latest remix by The Neverdogs on Express Yourself Rec.
During the summer of 2010, they played at the ZOO PROJECT, one of the most important situation of Ibiza; also they have been playing alongside various artists such as: BEHROUZ, TANIA VULCANO, DAVIDE SQUILLACE, DAN GHENACIA, SHONKY, AUDIOFLY, ALEX NERI, THOMAS MULLER, A GUY CALLED GERALD. This summer has seen them play all over Europe, from Belgium to The United Kingdom and also in Spain and Italy.
Furthermore, playing at various clubs throughout Europe and with several big dates to be confirmed to mark Ten Years on, the Neverdogs are going from strength t to strength.
CLARA DA COSTA
CLARA da COSTA aka MISS BISTO
Around the time the 1990’s seminal Ibiza documentary, A Short Film About Chilling was first being broadcast, a 13 year old Clara da Costa was vowing to herself that one day she too would DJ on the island she’d been visiting since she was 11. Two years later, the girl who was to become what was possibly Ibiza’s most precocious ever DJ talent had run away from home and secured herself a gig in Es Paradis.
Miss Bisto, as she was then known, soon earned the respect of Ibiza’s movers and shakers as she was entrusted with the residency of the Ibiza superclub. By the age of 17 she was Es Paradis’s Creative Director. This was no token or gimmicky appointment: Clara was the principle catalyst in encouraging promoters like Clockwork Orange and Up Yer Ronson to do nights at Es Paradis. These pioneers were responsible for kicking off the British promoters’ invasion upon which Ibiza clubs now depend - the young Clara’s drive and creativity had far more influence than even she could have imagined at the time. The slight confusion and mild amusement some experienced when they first realised such a young girl held such an influential position soon changed when they met her and witnessed her professionalism. More importantly though, it changed when they heard and saw her behind the decks.