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Nu Soul Funk Feat. Mo'funk - Ibiza

When:

Fri 26 May 2017, 10:00pm–4:00am

Where: Aura Club and Bar, 204 Quay St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Aura Entertainment present:
Nu Soul Funk (Feat. Mo'funk - Ibiza)
26 May Friday
Aura House Club

Now the secret is out make sure you stay tuned into our social channels for plenty more announcements about the line-up and the event… We have plenty more surprises up our sleeves!

With Auckland's Home of house setting the scene for this one night only giving even the more discerning amongst us an excuse to party with this stellar line-up of international and homegrown talent featuring...

Mo'funk The DJ
Having held down residencies at iconic venues Pacha & Space (We Love & Carl Cox) along with guest spots at Defected’s Glitterbox, Mo’funk is now a name synonymous with Ibizan summers.
Mo’s combination of maintaining the true art of DJ’ing, with unparalleled technical apt, versatility & unrivalled tastemaker sensibilities, makes him a true ‘One of a kind’.

Supports incl: Carl Cox, Todd Terry, Kenny Dope, Dj Sneak, Erykah Badu, Jazzy Jeff, Mark Ronson, Crazy P & Snoop Dogg.

Robert Martyniuk
Rob Martyn’s career began in Poland and in 2006 his travels took him to grace our shores on the other side of the world New Zealand.
In his early years, Rob was exposed to a range of sounds and regularly jammed with his music-loving family. This is where Rob first developed his appreciation of soulful harmonies and funky beats.
He’s not shy to share that his biggest influences are the legendary Louie Vega and Kenny Dope and aspires to Work alongside these Masters.

Rob Martyn is known as one of the nicest guys on the house scene and when he’s not in the mix he enjoys listening to jazz music.

Rob Warner DJ
Rob's a Kiwi lad since ages ago, his interest in clubbing started in about 1990 after falling in love with the American house/techno sounds. His DJing shows his diverse influences and a passion for finding dark, strange and sexy sounds which aren't being thrashed by everyone else.

He has been the support DJ for many DJs and bands touring NZ including Global Underground and Renaissance, and his warm-up slots from the mid 1990s to present is a who's who of iconic DJs: Deep Dish, Derrick Carter, Danny Howells, Sasha, Steve Lawler, Nick Warren, Satoshi Tomiie, DJ Sneak, Stacey Pullen, Pete Heller, Terry Francis, Phil Asher and many more.

Rose Alice
Alice Rose is a young female DJ and prouder who is infamous for her love of everything ‘house’. Raised in a small village in Kent, influenced by her trips to the white isles of Ibiza as a teenager, Alice began to teach herself how to DJ from the young age of 16. With a musical background playing the drums, guitar, saxophone and bass Alice naturally grew to realise her dreams of becoming a DJ. Almost 7 years down the line her sets have held venues at full capacity enthralling the dance floors of worldwide venues. Sharing the bill with the likes of Saytek, Christoph, Smokin Jo and Alex Arnout.

With a solid understanding and trustworthy knowledge of the house & techno genre as a whole. Alice has developed her own style, encompassing a unique musical blend of danceable percussive tech and groovy deep house. Stomping four-to-the-floor rhythms, layered with lighter Detroit tones and big Balearic baselines are indicative of Alice's sets. Her warming and infectious personality which transcends into her DJ sets accompany her versatility and natural technical ability which have led her to perform for established brands Ibiza Rocks Ibiza, Fabric, Pacha, Magna Carta, Recipe & Connected. Alice’s drive and passion are one of the many reasons why she has been quickly signed up to the Ministry of Sound and Hedkandi Rosters and being touted as a having a very bright future within the industry.

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