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Chameleon & Potato Head beach club presents Hairy Chiwawa
Costumes / Themes / Party Monsters
ALL ABOARD THE NIGHT TRAIN! Chameleon recordings launches the second instalment of their twisted new event brand on the 8th of June @Potato Head`beach club Port Melbourne…
Call the Doc and Marty Mcfly to borrow the Delorean for one night to go back and party with the craziest cats from our ancient human civilisations
… HAIRY CHIWAWA: THE ANCIENT EDITION…
It’s your lover’s bad attitude /it’s a euphemism/ it’s on the wtf side of shitchyeah AND it’s a finely tuned PARTY MONSTER machine/ an event where dressing up, playing up and dancing up a storm is mandatory…
Hairy Chiwawa parties will showcase local and international acts handpicked by Chameleon Recordings, each one a consummate musician and performer. Anyone can call themselves a DJ, but not every DJ is an artist. The music is the focus, but it is also a platform for pushing the party genre beyond the same old weekend treadmill we all love to hate…
The Theme for our 2nd experience is ANCIENT CIVILISATIONS – a high five to one of the GLOBAL KINGS of tech house and minimal Guido Schneider (Berlin) and a horizontal tango slap to the coolest techno groups this side of Santa’s gunt Fiord (New Zealand).
Goodbye Sailor, Hello Caesar! If it has sat in your closet, your dreams or your collection of Disney DVD’s for too long then tonight is the night to crack it out.
Think theme with a twist – hordes of ravenous mummys, burlesque roman orgy’ests and evil Incan’s … so go hard or go home!
WHAT: Hairy Chiwawa
WHERE: Potato Head Beach Club No 6 Station Pier, Port Melbourne
WHEN: Friday, June 8th
COST: $15 pre sale
Locals announced soon!
Guido Schneider has been producing electronic music for more than 10 years now. Strongly influenced by EBM he started his first project in 1991 with a friend; his first records released on SPV.
Changes marked the beginning of the new millennium: Guido closed down his label Neue Welten and met vocalist Florian Schirmacher. After their first joint studio session it became obvious that Guido‘s production and Florian‘s vocal skills would complement each other perfectly, and together they founded the project Glowing Glisses, under whose pseudonym they released 3 singles and the album ‘Silver Surfer’ on Poker Flat.
In 2002 Guido and Glowing Glisses joined Steve Bug, the Märtini Brös and Martin Landsky on the Poker Flat World Tour. Back in Germany, highly inspired, Guido began focusing on his solo project. His first Poker Flat single ‘Triple Bolted’ (pfr35) and the track ‘Moved’ showed Guido’s huge potential. Two 12″s followed in 2004: ‘Unterwegs mit Guido Schneider’ (pfr47) and ‘Oh My Buffer’ (pfr53). These two 12 inches finally put Guido on the map of internationally acclaimed producers.
Guido was also Steve Bug‘s first choice to remix his unstoppable classic ‘Loverboy’ for Poker Flat‘s 50th anniversary release. In 2005 Guido contributed the exclusive track ‘Las Cuerdas de Las Canarias’ to the ‘Poker Flat Volume Four’ album, alongside artists such as Steve Bug, Donnacha Costello, Argy and Jeff Samuel.
Recently, Gudio joined forces with his old friend Sammy Dee (Pantytec) again, with whom he had worked years ago as Schneider & Radecki. The result of this reunion was the Poker Flat 12″ ‘Styleways’ (pfr63), which also was licensed to Richie Hawtin’s ‘DE9: Transitions’ album.
As a DJ and producer of international demand, Guido Schneider currently tours top clubs around the world. The new album ‘Focus On: Guido Schneider’ is the next milestone in Guido’s carreer. It includes some of his best released tracks and mixes as well as some brand new songs and gives an exciting overview of his capabilities.
Brothers, studio partners and seasoned producers whose achievements to date encompass 4 albums, a fruitful international touring career and an array of heavyweight productions spread across their three monikers Fiord, Antix and Triangle.
“The studio being our second home is our creative playground which gives us the confidence to work outside the square. The Fiord releases of late are hypnotic dance-floor monsters, we love to pack a punch and give people a thrill. The sound on the new Antix album tends to sway to the deeper emotional side with splashes of robotic funk and melancholic Indy dance. That’s the advantage of having so many projects, it allows us to evolve in many directions”
Hailing from New Zealand with a musical background rich with influences from Ritchie Hawtin to Rhythm and Sound, Barton and Hayden have such a plethora of inspiration.
It is indisputable that the quality of their music simply demands your attention. On their musical quest they continue to push new boundaries, mesmerizing audiences worldwide.
Check out their work, and you’ll hear why.