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BMP is back in the month of July with our new club night Resolve. Bringing a fresh injection of House to West End.
Time after time we strive to bring our punters the best bang for their buck, from door price to drink price we are all about providing a top shelf experience at bottom shelve prices! This month's edition features the deep and funky sounds of our headliners to help get your groove on whilst taking advantage of Uber's "stingy student" specials!
If you’re a student out for one last hurrah before Uni goes back, a purveyor of fine house music or just like to party then this night... is for you!
It takes a certain enthusiasm and mania to willingly spend hour after hour with a beer in one hand and some music in the other, yet never tire or waver from the end goal of keeping those around you entertained. Some DJs prefer the opposite – happy to keep their head down and plug away, letting the dance floor take care of and engage with itself, where others are mad enough to jump out from the safety of the booth to make themselves the life of the party and much more than a music delivery system. Adam Swain has always fitted comfortably in the latter category – as passionate a clubber as he is a DJ, like most party animals he truly appreciates the power of a solid warm up, and having built a reputation in the crucible of such challenging early slots, Swain is reaching beyond with his trademark blend of emotional, organic, deep and rolling tech house that’s as relevant at the beginning of the night as it is in the middle or at the end.
Having supported the likes of Vincenzo, Roland Appel, Motorcitysoul, Jay Shepheard and the legendary Steve Bug at his own Subtrakt events alongside deep house compatriot and co-promoter Rikki Newton; Swain has also branched out to broader audiences at venues such as F4, Matchbar and Killing Time in Melbourne plus Watt Bar (Sundae), The Press Club, Sky Room, The Empire (Moon Bar) and most notably as a resident at Brisbane's home of the underground, Barsoma.
No matter what time or space in which Adam Swain is found behind the decks one thing is certain; few can match his passion and fewer still will challenge his ability to read a dance floor.
International Artist Supports:
Mock & Toof, Robert Babicz, Aeroplane, Rocky, Tim Green, Luca Bachetti, Jazzanova Dj Tour, Motorcitysoul, Vincenzo, Rolland Appel, Steve Bug, Jay Shepheard, Matthias Meyer, Hauk Ferrer, Kazu, Shackleton, Damian Lazarus, Subb-An, Adam Shelton, Frankie Lam (HK), Goshva, Kevin Griffiths, Pezzner, Lee Burridge, Mike Khourey
For the past five years, Manesh has been enjoying opportunities to share the music he loves with the people of Brisbane and beyond. Falling in love with electronic dance music at a young age, Manesh realised that he wanted to entertain people through music – and not limit himself to any particular style or genre. His energetic and fun loving attitude assists him to hold down a crowd for hours at a time and captivate his audiences in the musical journey that he creates with his DJ sets.
Manesh has gained a strong following through playing techno in the Brisbane duo Digital Divide, however he is also sharing his love for deep, tech and straight up house at various events across Brisbane when playing solo.
Manesh has the ability to both warm up a crowd, and to throw down a set as the main act of the day or night. His love for various styles of music makes his sets diverse and unique. It is this skill that has allowed Manesh to support underground music legends such as Michael Meyer, as well as playing peak time sets at clubs and events such as Barsoma and the Earth Freq festival. Manesh has also played internationally at one of Hong Kongs top night clubs, Yumla.
This year, Manesh aims to continue to share his passion for deep and melodic house with people who have a passion for having a good time - just like you!
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