Hightide ft. Cam Harris

When:

Sat 28 Apr 2018, 8:00pm–12:00am
Sat 5 May 2018, 8:00pm–12:00am
Sat 12 May 2018, 8:00pm–12:00am
Sat 19 May 2018, 8:00pm–12:00am
Sat 26 May 2018, 8:00pm–12:00am

Where: Aura Seaside, 147 Quay St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Listed by: Aura-Entertainment

We finally return from our silly seasons in 2018 with DJ Cam Harris freshly coming off his festival runs this Summer so far with Rhythm and Vines & Electric Gardens Festival.

We invite you to the ultimate European experience every Saturday night right here in Auckland city, located in our tranquil little spot with a stunning view of the ocean on Princes Wharf, below the Hilton at Aura Seaside.

with our Saturday night weekly resident DJ Cam Harris spinning nothing but the best in Deep, funky to interstellar grooves to set your night right.

We have made some tweaks over the break to our layout and sound system plus even a rebirth of our food menu, expect the usual espresso martini or two plus our sisha's as previously found on the menu.

Biography:
Cam Harris, DJ/Producer/Promoter from down under, Aotearoa aka the land of the long white cloud, NZ. In January 2013 Mixmag called him a 90's houser, His remix work with Greg Churchill and Gung Ho! Records said he takes his production down a path of all proper house.

Besides what these guys have to say he's been a valued part of Auckland's thriving DJ circuit for over 15 years now, starting in the early 90's, he has earned the respect of the Auckland’s underground club scene and party goers, even his mum says his carefully selected House grooves dominate dance floors (True Story).

Cam's own production is riddled with grooves, big hats, dominate kicks, with elements of Funk, Hip Hop, Techno and Jacking, showing definite traces of classic 90's House heritage to form his own modern unique sound, sure to kick start any good gathering.

Cam has signed his creations on with labels such as House 4 Life Records, Cabbie Hat Recordings, Huhu Music, Freshart Music, Gram-O-Phonique Muzik, Tinnie House Records, Arrivals Recordings and Deep and Under Records.

Cam's mixing record goes back to the turn of the millennium where he learned to mix with good friends picking up the skills using turntables and playing at events around this time with a few guest slots on UPFM & George FM, played at the legendary Space bar & Chemistry.

Cam also hosted a show on Housemusicradio.com right before Angie Stones show for 2 years. Around this same time he played in support of artists like Minuit & Antiform & a sold out show at Auckland Universities legendary Shadow bar.

As time went on Cam got further involved with promoting events under his party brand Collude playing & hosting alongside House and Techno artists such as Miguel Bastida, D-Nox, David Herrero, Dilby, Ian Pooley, Dale Howard, Joeski, Nic Fanciulli, John Digweed, NiCe7, Traumer, Ramon Tapia, Jesse Rose, King Unique, Hernan Cattaneo, Mendo & More. Cam has also worked with partners to host nights for all these artists including a sold out show for Sasha in Auckland City back in 2014.

Cam was lucky enough to make an appearance's at the closing day for NZ's Splore festival by the beach in 2015 & in 2017 Carl Cox's new techno brand Pure where Cam warmed up the night for Dick Johnson, Eric Powell, Carl Cox & Adam Beyer, also in May Cam also made an appearance at Melbourne’s Revolver upstairs playing a 5 hour b2b marathon set with Thick as Thief’s Mike Toner, Also joined the Cellar stage at Gisborne's Rhythm & Vines Festival after DJ T. to bring the new year in to a packed out grassy field under the trees.

Cam is focused on what’s coming next in his journey with further events coming up around New Zealand and perhaps across the ditch in Australia.

Youtube - http://www.youtube.com/user/DJCamHarris
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/djcamharris
Beatport - http://dj.beatport.com/camharris

Presented by: Aura Seaside & DJ Cam Harris

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