Circo Loco bring Dan Ghenacia, Cassy,
Tania Vulcano, Andrew Grant, Garagem
& Gauthier DM to their stage
Joining Sven Vath, Chase & Status, Resident Advisor & more
Hideout 2011 Circo Loco bring Dan Ghenacia, Cassy, Tania Vulcano, Andrew Grant, Garagem & Gauthier DM to their stage
Hideout festival Croatia add the final additions to their star programme for their summer extravanga 1st to 3rd July 2011 with Ibiza’s beloved Circo Loco bringing their army of talent to Saturday night in the shape of Tania Vulcano, Andrew Grant, Dan Ghenacia, Cassy and Gauthier DM.
Circo Loco join the momentous electronic assault from Hideout that includes the likes of 2manyDJs, Marco Carola, Chase & Status, Jamie XX, Simian Mobile Disco, Pendulum, Seth Troxler, and Andy C and brands including Resident Advisor, Crosstown Rebels, Wax:on and Metropolis. Taking place on the breathtaking Zrce beach at the heart of the Adriatic, Circo Loco are the perfect accompaniment to compliment Hideout’s inspiring activity.
Circo Loco are the champions Ibiza’s underground movement, hosting some of the most talked about events on the island at the infamous DC10 and spreading their sound across the world at various cutting-edge events and through their legion of pioneering artists. They bring the indisputable First Lady of Circo Loco and Queen of DC10 Ibiza, Tania Vulcano, who was there when it all began on those Monday mornings back in 1999. Tania´s moody and layered sound showcases what Circo Loco is all about and she acts as a global representative for the brand, hopping continents every weekend to meet the persistent demand for her music.
Another old school Circoloco DJ sharing 10 years of playing for the brand, Andrew Grant is a former American marine who is a front line combatant of the Circoloco sound and party attitude. Parisien Dan Ghenacia is still a major influence to the underground electronic scene in France, thanks principally to his leadership of the celebrated Freak n’Chic label and booking agency. His swathing tech-house and abyss-deep grooves are effortless winners and his acute understanding of how DC10 works, makes him a key asset to this Circoloco affair.
Catherine Britton aka Cassy is widely regarded as the queen of underground house and techno. She enthralled the Circoloco masses at her debut in 2010 as she weaved her customary mixed bag of sounds ranging from deep house to hard techno through classic acid house, strengthening her status of one of the champions of the Circoloco New Era. Another female force and one of the few residents for Circoloco at DC10 who can say they play practically every single week, Garagem is - as her name suggests - a deeply passionate spirit for pushing solid, underground house and garage. Her mixed Brazilian and Romanian roots make her truly representative of the international movement that is Circoloco.
Last but not least is Gauthier DM is the brother of fellow Circoloco resident, DJ W!LD, and a key next generation artist to come out of France. Strongly associated with the prominent Robsoul Recordings, which is recognised as one of the most respected underground house music labels around, he brings a dash of colour to Circo Loco’s proceedings with his warm and groovy sound.
Circo Loco will host a stage on Hideout’s Saturday night main site alongside Pendulum and Ms Dynamite on the Ape stage and Annie Mac and Eric Prydz on the Papaya stage. The pioneering Hideout event brought together by The Warehouse Project and Electronic Music Group will take place over five days and encompass various beach and boat parties at venues that stretch along the beach, into forests and take place both indoors and out.
Featuring various accommodation and travel packages, Hideout appeals to varying budgets and those with diverse musical persuasions. Bringing together some of the best event brands from the UK and beyond such as Sonido & Zuhtek, Bigger Than Barry & Urban Nerds, Deconstruction Records, Mono_Cult and Jaunt, Digital Soundboy, as well as some of the finest electronic music talent that exists, Hideout looks set to become the destination for electronic music lovers for a special week this summer.
HIDEOUT MAIN STAGES
FRIDAY 1st JULY
Papaya Stage: Sven Vath, Marco Carola, People Get Real
Reclaim The Dancefloor Stage: Nero, Jack Beats, Roller Express: Toddla T, Redlight & MC Dread, Friction, Modestep, Prophecy
Resident Advisor Stage: Jamie XX, Dixon, Mount Kimbie, Julio Bashmore, Mike Jones
SATURDAY 2nd JULY
Papaya Stage: Eric Prydz, Annie Mac, Simian Mobile Disco (DJ), Aeroplane, Eskimo Twins
Ape Stage: Pendulum (DJ), Sub Focus (DJ), Ms Dynamite, Caspa, Doorly, Rattus Rattus & Klose 1
Circo Loco Stage: Tania Vulcano, Andrew Grant, Dan Ghenacia, Cassy, Garaghem, Gauthier DM
SUNDAY 3rd JULY
Wax:On Stage: 2ManyDjs (live), Crookers, Fake Blood, Erol Alkan, Bowski
Metropolis Stage: Chase & Status (DJ), Andy C, Breakage, Joker, Shy FX B2B B-Traits, Danny Byrd, Mak
Crosstown Rebels Stage: Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, Damian Lazarus, Art Department, Robert James, Richy Ahmed
Thursday 30th June
Welcome To Hideout Sunset boat party 5.30 – 9pm Tickets £20 Limited capacity
Friday 1st July
Sonido & Zuhtek residents party: 1pm - 4pm Tickets £20
Bigger Than Barry & Urban Nerds party feat. Toddla T, Rattus Rattus & Klose 1 & residents: 5.30 - 9pm Tickets £25
Saturday 2nd July
Deconstruction Records party feat. Jack Beats & Mike Pickering: 1pm - 4pm Tickets: £25
Mono_Cult and Jaunt residents party: 5.30 - 9pm Tickets: £20
Sunday 3rd July
Digital Soundboy party feat. Shy FX, Breakage, B-Traits & SP:MC: 1pm - 4pm Tickets: £30
Crosstown Rebels ´Rebel Rave´ party: Seth Troxler, Art Dept, Richy Ahmed: 5-9pm £30
The Warehouse Project History:
In the autumn of 2006, three event promoters embarked on a project that has changed the face of Manchester1s club scene and had a huge effect on the UK and beyond. Launching with the slogan ‘For twelve weeks this city is ours’ the Warehouse Project set out to establish a ‘guerrilla’ style club that was to run every Friday and Saturday night for a three month period each year. Just as it was five years ago when they opened those gates to Boddingtons, The Warehouse Project remains a big experiment. One that continues to evolve organically and never really knows exactly how it1s going to turn out.
Electronic Music Group History
Two of the UKs leading club promoters, Wax:On and Metropolis have joined forces to form Electronic Music Group Ltd. Electronic Music Group are dedicated to keeping the UK club scene vibrant, forwardthinking exciting by scheduling, booking and promoting a wide range of events such as Wax:On, Metropolis, Musicology, Jagerbomb, Annie Mac Presents, Reclaim The Dancefloor – Ibiza, and Cocoon Newcastle; alongside various exciting Record Labels and representing and managing a range of artists.
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