Sunglass Sundays present Anthony Collins & Dan Ghenacia - Opening photo gallery
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$20 At Door 4PM+
-SUNGLASS SUNDAYS [DC]-
We invite you to a fantastic setting with with some amazing MORN...ING MIXING. For all of you that just don't want the weekend to be over, here is a perfect finish to it.
Welcome to a weekly event that will cater to all you food and house music junkies. Sunglass Sundays are social gatherings through out the DC area, based on seductive sounds of deep house DJs, playing refreshing non commercial music that will get you in the groove while drinking BOTTOMLESS MIMOSAS, SANGRIA CRAFTS and dancing your Sunday afternoon away. Now there is a place with SUNGLASS SUNDAYS where you can enjoy original music with casual drinks and eat great food in a intimate setting that is never over dramatized and will always be stress free.
-The young DJ/producer ANTHONY COLLINS has proved to be the rising star on the French house and techno scene. In a brief period, he has accumulated signings to cutting-edge labels, and has performed at some of the world's most notorious after-hours parties.More recently, as production success has pushed the his name further, an increase in DJ sets have followed in Ibiza, Macarena, Barcelona, Berlin, Circo Loco, and at the end club in London. Anthony describes his style as a mix of house, techno and deep tech-house. Not being a DJ who puts one hit record after another, his DJ sets benefit from always blending meticulously chosen tracks with a real artistic reason to it.Best of all, Anthony Collins production skills have reached another level and the bar is constantly being raised with each and every track. Europe's finest record labels have not been slow to pick up on this. Anthony Collins will be showcasing his distinct sounds all over the world this year,
- Is the undisputed kingpin of the Paris techno scene, one of France’s hottest DJ exports and is the man who founded and ran for 7 years the critically and popularly adored Freak N Chic that sadly closed down a few months ago because of an unexpected dispute between the financial partners. Not bad going for a man who admits he once refused to listen to “anything other than 120bpm deep house” and was told once as a teenager that he wasn’t “cool enough” to go raving!
How times change! Dan’s love affair with music ignited when he spent a year in California, soaking up early West Coast house and psychedelia. Dan parleyed this passion into a record selling business on his return to Paris, but as a true fan of the music he didn’t just want to peddle vinyl – he wanted to play it. The next few years of Dan’s career flashed past in a whirl of light, sound and notoriety as he helmed a notorious after-party at Batofar. It made his name in Paris and started to generate a buzz around Europe, where he was increasingly travelling. But – at the height of its success – Dan pulled the plug. “People were really unhappy,” he recalls, but he had new challenges to meet.
Quitting a successful night can break an average DJ – but it can make a great one, and Dan used his new-found freedom to accelerate his career, stamping his distinctive intelligent-techno-meets-deep-house sound on influential clubs like Fabric and The End in London, Tenax in Italy, and Space and DC10 in Ibiza.
Always averse to peer pressure, Dan avoided Ibiza for years – until DC10 won him over – and he quickly scored a coveted residency there. “I was afraid Ibiza was going to be cheesy,” he grins. This caution about chasing “the next big thing” is apparent in Dan’s work – and it’s the trait that has enabled him to effortlessly ascend to the dance music A-list without ever compromising his style. Both as a DJ and producer, and as a label’s head, Dan unfailingly stands for quality over quantity, substance over style, and, well, freakiness over mere chic. His Freak n’Chic label had been running for seven years and
through his long-standing residency at Circoloco in DC10 and years of subsequent touring, the Ghenacia gospel has spread far and wide. Discovering artists such as Dyed Soundorom, Djebali, Anthony Collins and even releasing the debut Jamie Jones EP, Dan knows good music and continues to deliver it. This year brings a compilation The sound of the city: Paris to be out in May, as well as the launch of a new label alongside his buddies Shonky & Dyed Soundorom and new material coming out on others labels.
Now, with a new Paris studio to help give vent to his creativity Dan is looking forward to doing more production work; ‘Who stole the freaks’ is the first EP Dan engineered by himself and only his second solo release on the label and shows him to be an accomplished master of his skill. Indeed the acclaimed ‘Globe’ EP that followed shortly after on Crosstown Rebels ...
And with the bookings pouring in, Pulp Freaktion winter series @ Rex club, a summer Residency @ Underground Batofar and still the infamous Monday sessions at DC10 in Ibiza, expect even greater things from Dan as he continues to pursue his unique musical vision !
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