TO ALL OUR AUSTRALIAN FRIENDS, SPREAD THE WORD.
Clockwork is coming to OZ.
Saturday the 8th of April 2017
The Red Hill Auditorium
2 Toodjay Road
DJS Jeremy Healy, Seb Fontaine, Tall Paul, Andy Manston, DannyClockwork………xxxx
Direct from the shores of Ibiza, SEABREEZEPROMOTIONS are thrilled to bring to the stunning locale of Red Hill Auditorium, CLOCKWORK ORANGE. Join maestro’s JEREMY HEALY, SEB FONTAINE and TALL PAUL as they lead the way through an evening of unadulterated magic with special appearances by CLOCKWORK champions DANNY GOULD, ANDY MANSTON and STEVE BREEZE to round out this already stellar line-up.
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From humble beginnings way back in London 1993, CLOCKWORK ORANGE has spent over two decades throwing electrifying club nights in some of Europe’s most lavish venues with residencies at Camden Palace (UK), The Cross (UK), Es Paradis Terrenal (Ibiza) and Sankeys Ibiza.
After disbanding for a time, the “Orange Army” re-emerged into the old-school resurgence of 2012 and have since received a phenomenal response selling out venues of thousands including Ministry of Sound.
Jeremy kicked off his career in the early-80s, notably launching dance label More Protein. with Boy George, under which Healy produced the hit anthem ‘Everything Starts with an ‘E”. The success of ‘Everything Starts…’, sent Jeremy to another level with high-profile gigs and residencies overnight, launching a full-time career as an international DJ. He became synonymous with the rise of club culture in the 90’s, mentioned in the same breath as Sasha, John Digweed, Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold.
Seb Fontaine earned himself a mammoth following after affiliating himself with Radio 1 and the Global Underground series of DJ mix albums, landing residencies at many of England’s top clubs including Cream and Ministry of Sound. Fontaine changed his style over the years, transitioning from rare groove to progressive house in the late ’90s, spinning deeper, darker, and harder tracks; the kind of sounds that have become his trademark.
Tall Paul began his career in the late 80’s and quickly became recognised for playing what one might alternatively call “hard edged-house”. Not satisfied with only spinning the tracks, Paul went on to produce notable dance anthems including “Rock Da House”, “Train of Thought” and “Let Me Show You”. Paul has continued his success, selling over 1 million compilation albums including major releases through his partnership with Ministry of Sound.