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Well known in the Australian club scene, Franky Tapia has enjoyed successful stints with Canberra’s Trinity, Meche and All Our Friends Music Festival, where he hosted an A-to-Z of the best local and international dance acts and initiated the overwhelmingly popular Thank You Ma’am club night. 137 more words
If there’s one thing Ministry of Sound have become masters of over the years its capturing the essence of life through music. MoS have put out countless themed compilations from pumped up House Party mixes to eclectic 80’s anthologies and Ibiza Summer sessions. 679 more words
One of the best things about moving to London for university is the night life, living in the capital city has its perks as there are thousands of bars available for you to choose from! 580 more words
Madam Voodoo consists of Cass, 7even and Dr G, whose influences stem from electronica from 1990s including psychedelic trance (psytrance), grunge and punk.
One of lead vocalist Cass’s earliest memories is using her grandparent’s dining table as a stage for her rendition of ‘Tits and Ass” from the musical A Chorus Line. 197 more words