Well tie plastic 6-pack holders around our necks and blow us down, WE BE OCEANBOUND. What a spectacle we have mustered up for ye - a sight more beautiful than our nation's natural oceanic wonders, especially after Abbott is done flooding them with goo, swamp, bandaids and sharps/hazardous waste.
As you could probably tell, we have 2 very special guests for this bouyant edition of Clouds. 2 special guests with 2 special occasions. One celebrating the 20th anniversary of his career and the other's first time on our sunny shores.
Strange Clouds is super proud to present: Strange Seas - Versión Numero Uno feat. Sébastien Léger (FRA) & Martin Garcia (ARG)
Full Supporting Lineup:
Strange Clouds DJs (Reno & Mars Monero)
Sébastien Léger (FRA) 20th ANNIVERSARY TOUR
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of his legendary career, we have the privilege to host the evergreen French maestro; Sébastien Léger.
Sébastien's list of accolades would currently roll out to somewhere in the barren Alaskan wilderness. For 20 years he has managed to remain relevant, with his grooved out style covering every little morsel and offshoot of house, techno. One would be hard-pressed finding fliers, spanning clubs and festivals from around our overheating globe, which he hasn't been on at one stage or another.
Head honcho of Mistakes Music and prolific producer, Léger has had his hand in the proverbial production honeypot for close to 15 years now. You can't teach experience like that in doctrine or through an iPhone app. For these reasons we are above honoured to play host to Sébastien Léger's 20th anniversary tour and can't wait to share it with you.
Martin Garcia (ARG) DEBUT AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Making his Australian debut is one of personal favourite arists, Argentian heavyweight Martin Garcia. This man has shared the booth with the likes of Sasha, Nick Warren, Jimmy Van M, Hernan Cattaneo and Danny Howells and backed up this success with his role as a producer, either individually or alongside Hernan Cattaneo with remix/edit credits like Paul Oakenfold, Shinichi of Deep Dish and Bedrock head honcho John Digweed.
In 2005 Martin recorded his first set as a guest for the popular English radio station Kiss FM, and entered the accredited DJ Mag ranking at number 50. He’s accompanied John Digweed on his tour of South America, where he also headlined in Peru , Brazil, Chile, Uruguay , Paraguay and Colombia to name a few. Martin has also been a frequent guest of many notable events such as Creamfields Buenos Aires, Ultra Buenos Aires, Moonpark, Winter Music Conference Miami and has also released back to back sets with Hernan Cattaneo and guest spots on Frisky Radio, Editions "Hard to Find " Pacha and several guest mixes for John Digweed's Transitions show.