Darius Syrossian and Nyra
Taking musical influences from Ibiza’s most infamous dancefloors 'Kill The VIP' is brand spanking new Saturday night coming to Liverpool Clubland. Our soundtrack will be like no other weekly event in the city, a night completely dedicated to intelligent house music. Expect huge disco groover’s, deep chunky bass lines and of course lots of full on body poppin…!
If the White isle is your thing, in particular The Space Terrace, Bora Bora, & DC10 then this night is completely for you…! Our location & intimate surroundings at what can only be described as Liverpool’s best kept secret ‘Bad Format Social Club’ is perfectly in keeping with legendary dancefloors of the past.
We’re not Exclusive,
We certainly aren’t Glamorous,
And Katie Price is barred for life…!
Saturday 10th July, 3B Records showcase featuring Steve Parry, Thomas Tuft and Adam Helliwell
Saturday 17th July - Viva Vida featuring James Silk
Saturday 24th July Residents
Saturday 31st July - Darius Syrossian and Nyra (Viva Music )
Darius Syrossian & Nyra have had a great year, signing exclusive to Steve Lawler’s VIVa music label, in the last few months they have played in Copenhagen, Barcelona, Ireland, Moscow and are supporting Steve Lawler on tour in the coming months in Hungary, Amsterdam and more.
They have also played in the UK from Ministry Of Sound in London to Back To Basics Leeds, Sankeys & Area51 in Manchester & various other top clubs regularly,have recently had tracks featured on 3 different mix compilations & this summer have also been booked to play at 3 day boutique festival, the BLOOM festival www.bloomfestival.com
The Pair met when they started working together on the Breakout Audio record label of which Darius is the head of, and started producing together.
Their Productions have reached the beatport top 10 charts and have been charted from top djs across the board from Luca Audiofly, Laurent Garnier, Luca Bachetti, Slam, Marco Carola, X.Press2, Tiefschwarz, Locodice & even Luciano asked for a copy of their latest track ‘Saxafon’ when hearing it dropped by Steve Lawler at the Miami Music Conference in March.
As a DJ duo they have been compared to the early days of Deepdish who always managed to throw everything in the mix from very deep tech house house with a groove to strong solid tough tribal house and onto to techno yet make it all work and fit together well within the set