31 março 2009

Don Rimini @ Mini-Mercado


00h - Cpt. Luvlace
01h - DON RIMINI (Mental Groove, Fr.)
03h - Trouble! ~ Dj Manaia + Cpt. Luvlace

Don Rimini's MySpace
MiniMercado's MySpace

Clash Club

Clash Club is a dance music new project by Positiva. It promotes regular events in Teatro Sá da Bandeira, Porto.

Clash Club 1st edition

2nd Edition

TONIGTH! 3rd edition

Next In Line:

30 Apr 2009
Ed Banger Party : Busy P + DJ Mehdi + So Me

16 Mai 2009
The Proxy + Shadow Dancer (Live) (Boys Noize Rec) + TBC soon

10 Jun 2009

Clash Club

The Ropes

NYC based duo The Ropes are vocalist/bassist Sharon Shy and multi-instrumentalist Toppy. Notorious for their engaging lyrics, The Ropes have toured extensively throughout the US and UK, opening for acts such as The Used, Innerpartysystem, The Matches, and others.

The Ropes have released an EP titled “Cry to the Beat”, a full length album “What They Do For Fun.” and recently their brand new "Be My Gun" EP.

Check them out:
  1. Too Cool To Love.mp3
  2. Kitty Get Down.mp3
  3. Be My Gun.mp3






Any Given Monday

30 março 2009

The Subs: Subculture

The Subs a Belgian “punktrance” trio. Their debut album Subculture is a relentless, ecstatic three-quarter hour electro-house party. With titles suggesting their music will be in a typically Belgian vein (‘Music Is The New Religion’, ‘Fuck That Shit’, ‘Kiss My Trance’), Subculture actually ends up surprising despite its cheesey moments and puts The Subs among the quality electro music that has been dominating both dance and indie scenes in the past couple of years.
  1. Music is the new religion
  2. Kiss my trance
  3. Papillon
  4. My punk
  5. Albatross
  6. In cold blood
  7. Breathe
  8. Fuck that shit
  9. From dusk till down

It is little surprise to hear that The Subs have featured in DJ sets by Boys Noize, Fake Blood and Simian Mobile Disco, with their music containing the same crunchy drum beats and retro synths featured by these and other groups like Justice. And it must be said, if you dislike this genre, you’re unlikely to appreciate The Subs either. This is a true 90s revival (think Daft Punk, Chemical Brothers, Underworld) and they are not afraid to show it, with Subculture even featuring a potentially risky cover of The Prodigy’s Breathe.

Slave To Fashion @ BBB, London

28 março 2009

Studio 54

In April 26, 1977 - just off Broadway, at 254 W. 54'th Street, Manhattan, New York - THE most well-known Disco of all times opened up its doors for the very first time. The club would soon become the "home" of the rich, the famous and the fashion pack. The club was (of course) - Studio 54.

Among the many celebrities in attendance opening night: Mick and Bianca Jagger, Liza Minnelli, Jerry Hall, Salvador Dali, Brooke Shields, Janice Dickinson, and many other well-known partygoers. Hordes scrambled to gain entry but only the lucky few got past the door. Some celebrities, including Warren Beatty, Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Cher, and Frank Sinatra were unable to get in, in part due to Studio 54's elusive doorman Marc Benecke. The club held around 700 patrons who paid $8 cover to get in each night.

A week after the opening, Halston asked Rubell to open the club on a Monday night (May 2, 1977, when it would have been closed) for Bianca Jagger's 32nd birthday party. Bianca entered on a white horse and the resulting publicity firmly established Studio 54 as the preferred nightclub for celebrities, including Michael Jackson, Elton John, Truman Capote, John Travolta, Jackie Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Bette Davis, Al Pacino, Hugh Hefner, Sophia Loren.
Madonna, Wham!, Duran Duran, Culture Club, and Run-DMC all performed onstage before their respective breaks in the 'big time'.

Liza Minnelli, Andy Warhol and Bianca Jagger

Studio 54 was operated by the flamboyant, publicly visible Rubell and his retiring silent partner Schrager. At the club's prime, Rubell became widely known for hand-selecting guests from the always huge crowds outside, mixing beautiful "nobodies" with glamorous celebrities in the same venue.

Diana Ross in the D.J. booth

"Studio", as it came to be called, was notorious for the hedonism that went on within; the balconies were known for sexual encounters, and drug use was rampant. Its dance floor was decorated with a depiction of a Man in the Moon that included an animated cocaine spoon.

Rupert Smith and Tom Ford

During its heyday, Studio 54 it played a formative role in the growth of disco music and nightclub culture in general.

MAD SubCulture Mix #4

  1. Little Boots - Stuck On Repeat (Fake Blood Remix)
  2. Dusty Kid - The Riot
  3. D.I.M. - Is You (Les Petits Pilous Remix)
  4. Klaxons - Gravity's Rainbow (Van She Remix)
  5. Tiga - Sunglasses At Night (Yuksek & Brodinski Remix)

Contact us if you want MAD SubCulture DJs to rock your party.

26 março 2009