……. START RESPECTING TRANSGENDER PEOPLE …….
Friday the 20th of April
New Queer Club Concept
Everyone’s welcome - love is the password.
Why Be (DE)
Dj John Vincent
Dj Nah Care
Welcome to Club Versatile
➢ Certified safe space and all about music and live performances.
Club Versatile is for everyone, but especially for the ones who wants a bit more. The dance floor is a sanctuary, a place to let go and free your inner inhibitions. Music is Versatile and so are we - so why are we dancing to the same tracks every weekend? No more, Club Versatile is - you guessed - versatile…. Each edition will stand out with new performances and international dj’s and artists as well as local talent. First up:
WHY BE (DE) + MANARA (UK)
I - Azad / Dj Nah Care - cannot wait to celebrate the launch of my new little gem. Come whoever you are, however you look and however you feel - YOU ARE WELCOME! I promise ass-shaking & ground-breaking bass and baile funk and whatever else your heart may desire <3
Artist Bio :
➢ Why be :
Tobias Lee is a Korean-born, Danish-raised, and Berlin and Copenhagen-based producer and DJ. After intentionally spending years on the fringes of experimental dance music, 2015 saw Lee embracing the conventional release format for the very first time, accordingly establishing himself as a formidable emergent voice in dance music's larger conversation. The resulting Snipestreet EP on Rabit's Halcyon Veil label notably found the artist exercising a newfound mastery over original productions, in lieu of his usual, unruly approach to bootlegs and edits. Upon release it garnered widespread critical acclaim, with tracks and videos from it being premiered on DIS Magazine, a full-length interview appearing on The FADER, and Heroin Hat making it to FACT Magazine's best club tracks of the year list.
➢ Manara :
Manara (DJ) is a south London DJ and producer. Having spun for the cousinly crews Night Slugs and Fade To Mind, she established the BBC AZN Network radio show on UK station Radar Radio with fellow London artists 2shin and Sweyn Jupiter, playing a seamless and original mix of bollywood, grime, and club music and she will for sure make you cry on the dancefloor while you’d be sweatin’ for more.
➢ Dj John Vincent :
JVC started out as a breakdancing, hip-hop loving youngster and has been picking up and refining his skills ever since. Today, Vincent fuses the kind of subtly groovy electronic beats you could imagine hearing in the elevator of a pimped-out skyscraper co-owned by Dre and Snoop, elevated by the explicit tightness of ghetto-roguish hip-hop like Future, Pusha T & Pharrell’s “Move That Dope” and Taku’s “Electr(on)ic Relaxation”.
➢ DJ Nah Care :
Everyone’s love. You need to experience this b - nuff said <3