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In an age where it seems almost impossible to become a successful DJ without having made at least one hit tune, Patrick Nazemi is a rare case. Arguably one of the most driven multi-genre DJ's around, Nazemi takes his musical selections from a deep and vast knowledge of great music. His sets are filled with underground flavours and overground capacity that whip any crowd into a frenzy across the globe. Proven time after time from Mumford & Sons arena tours to Craig David TS5 pool parties to countless warehouse raves.
Patrick spends more time playing out and perfecting his craft than any other DJ in the game right now. You can watch him in action here.
Pink Panda are fast rising as a stand out act to look out for, with quality music hitting the scene by way of some of the leading labels in electronic music including Armada, Cr2 and Spinnin. Their instantly recognisable brand of tropical influenced, uplifting sound has projected them to being a key remix player including 2 Billboard number 1s in the US.
Building on this they already have a solid set of releases for 2017 including sensational crossover remakes of hit records propelling them into todays chart leading sounds. Beginning this brand of chart topping music will be a remake of Diana Kings 1995 hit 'Shy Guy' totally overhauled by the guys under the new name 'Follow Me' release on Armada in the spring. Already supported by some of the biggest players in dance music such as Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Axwell and David Guetta, the next level for Pink Panda is conquering daytime radio. With tours already completed and planned in Asia, Europe and around the UK, Pink Panda have everything in their arsenal to build on their already critical acclaim to become a breakout act of the year. Check out their music here.
Opening on 21st September 1991 and inspired by New York’s Paradise Garage, Ministry of Sound was the UK’s first nightclub dedicated to house music. The site was a derelict bus garage in a part of South London considered more infamous than famous.
Fast forward 27 years, and the Ministry of Sound is one of the biggest names in nightlife worldwide. They’re coming to SMSU for one night only, so don’t miss out on a night of epic proportions without the long bus ride home afterwards!