Sun, 22 Jul 2018
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Alex Arnout (Dogmatik, Hot Creations, One Records, Fuse, Hot Waves)
Beatsworkin aka Jamie Bawn & Chris Eaton (Twoforks/Endemic Digital - UK)
Plus (in alphabetical order)
Alcatriz (Evilkidz FM - Barcelona/UK)
Andy Moore (Twoforks/Bosh - UK)
Gabriel Ursu (Codesouth - UK/Romania)
Jonny Loves House (Tworforks/JLH - UK)
Mark J (Ahoren Music -Barcelona/UK)
Matt Slackers (Trickstar/ Slackers Convention -UK)
Paul Donton (Bombis Records /Konform -UK)
Pure Klass b2b Ed La Funk (UK)
Simon Boulind (Ministry/The Egg/ House Proud - Barcelona /UK)
Yana Paisley (Ibiza Radio 1/Bosh- Barcelona)
Zoe Zoe (Vice Djs -UK)
This party needs no introduction. "The best house party ever" has been the description of many. The house is actually a castle set in a stunning hillside 20 mins outside of the centre of Barcelona.
The music is a blend of House, Tech House, Techno and a splash of Electro. The crowd is a mixture of regular visitors who return year after year, and newcomers who have not been before but have heard amazing things about it... The mixture of Spanish, other Europeans and a faithful crowd from Beatsworkin's home town of Brighton makes for a friendly and up for it vibe.
This party also celebrates the 8th birthday party of Beatsworkin, and what a way to celebrate.
Whilst quality music is obviously the big draw, equally the venue is what makes this party. The castle has 2 floors of music, hidden corridors, bedrooms, chill out room, outdoor terrace and a even crazy torture room - perfect for a spooky Halloween techno mash up.
Fancy dress is a big part of the party too. It's not compulsory, but recommended.
Regular DJs will be joined by new faces to this party at the castle: Paul Donton of Bombis Records; 2Legit (one of Qatars finest djs), Notting Hill, The Egg & Ministry dj and BCN resident: Simon Boulind, Brighton's Matt Slackers (Trickstar radio) and DJ Kudi from Poland
Headling this party is House music legend: Alex Arnout who we are really excited to get on board with us for our 8th Birthday.
Alex Arnout Biog:
Having started his DJ career in Spain, and in the humble surroundings of many a local bar, the nineties were spent learning the basic skills so often lacking in today’s break-through ‘DJs’. Eventually catching the ear of someone that mattered, Arnout began playing more familiar outposts like DC: 10 and Pin Up in Ibiza, Dance Valley in Amsterdam and Circo Loco in London. On top of that, his finely sequenced journeys through all things house have also won him a residency at London’s definitive Sunday session, Fuse, as well as gigs at the most revered of them all... fabric.
A pure passion for 4/4 (which has been burning ever since first hearing House Sounds of Chicago albums in the mid eighties) naturally lead Alex to begin experimenting with his beloved sound in the studio. Over the course of the last decade, the fruits of said labours have been bountiful: there have been releases alongside Daz I Kue from Bugs in the Attic; with an old school friend by the name of Leiam Sullivan as Ceramix (with whom he remixed Peace Division and Low End Specialists and earned a No.1 on Pete Tong’s Essential Buzz chart with 'Can You Dance?') and more recently under his given name on Adam Shelton and Subb-an’s fast-rising Brum label, One Records. The track was 'Vanishing Point' - a prowling deep house record lapped up by the likes of Visionquest that is indicative of his analogue aesthetic overall.
Aiming simply to “make great music”, there have also been collabs with Jamie Jones and Clive Henry for the hotter-than-hot Hot Waves crew, whilst EPs for Composite and Vitalik and another collaborative effort with Clive - this time as Black to The Future - have also been confirmed and can be added to the myriad Arnout reworks included on the recent Rebel Rave compilation on Crosstown Rebels. All those accomplishments are commendable on their own, but one of the most important roles Arnout plays in the contemporary electronic scene is as label boss and A&R man for his own decidedly individually label, Dogmatik.
Having inadvertently launched the career of Maya Jane Coles by releasing her first releases, Dogmatik can also count the likes of Glimpse, Peace Division, Afrilounge, Tom Demac, Mark E, Ed Davenport, Stojche and Claire Ripley amongst its friends given the releases and remixes they have contributed to the label’s catalogue since its inception in 2006. “My ethos is to find fresh talent and push them into the scene, always backed by quality remixers” says Alex of the label he runs; the label which has held memorable parties both at Sonar and in Ibiza during recent years. More and more often stepping out of the shadows of engineering, collaborating or running a label, then, the accomplished Arnout is making himself evermore an impossible talent to ignore.
To get there:
There will be pick ups arranged from Barcelona metro Can Zam and Montcada Reixac Manresa train stations (which has direct link from the airport). First pick up is 7.45pm. Last Bus is 12.45 from Can Zam and 1am from Montcada Reixac Manresa (Last entry to castle is 1.15am). The pick ups will be just 5 euros return pp.
THIS IS A TICKET ONLY EVENT. If you turn up without a ticket you will not get in, with no exceptions. Also, please remember to bring cash for the bar, as cards are not accepted and there is no cash point nearby.
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