2manydjs Tickets WA
10:00pm, Fri 30th November, 2012
Villa Nightclub, WA
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For over ten years now the Dewaele brothers from Gent have been catalysts for every evolution is dance music. As 2manydjs the brothers reign as the undisputed kings of electro in the hallowed halls of music blogs and summer festivals around the world (including multiple heralded appearances at Parklife Perth).
For those of you who are new to Soulwax/2manydjs, here's the difference: Soulwax = band, 2manydjs = DJ. At the centre of both are the Dewaele brothers. The sons of a noted Belgian radio DJ, the pair formed a rock band named Soulwax, who released several acclaimed records and toured extensively. At this time the brothers were also concurrently DJing under the names The Flying Dewaele Brothers & 2manyDJs to rapturous response both in clubs, on Belgian radio and beyond. In 2002 their massively acclaimed debut mix album 2manyDJs - As heard on Radio Soulwax Volume 2 was released on an unsuspecting world. It changed the face of dance mix compilations forever simply by splicing hundreds of rock, electro, dance, hip hop and other classics from the depths of their vaults together. It was also fun!
Their sound and style has been mimicked and imitated a million times (but never bettered) and not to mention pretty much every mix they have ever done has been bootlegged and sold at extortionate prices on by opportunists in every corners of the earth.
Now Radio Soulwax sees them taking the concept of the mix album and re-inventing it yet again. "Radio Soulwax" - an online radio station with a massive twist, Dewaele brothers-style.
2manydjs = fun and chaos. Maximum enjoyment guaranteed.
Supported by: Blend, Audageous, Metric DJs
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Free shuttle from Villa to Ambar for 10: Micah Ben Mac and Wish after 2manydjs. Read more here.
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