Saturday, September 24th • Bar opens 8PM, Club doors 10PM
D'julz is a veteran DJ and the head of Bass Culture Records. His longstanding monthly-turned-record label, Bass Culture, is now in its 19th year at Rex Club (Paris). Bass Culture (the label) boasts releases from the likes of Cassy, Mr. G, and D'julz himself. D'julz' knack for technically proficient DJ sets is only overshadowed by his skill as a selector. Stranger Than Paradise (STP)'s Navbox plays an extended set of subtle selections to start.
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DJ Steve Kirn
**Note: Steve Rachmad will no longer be joining us
Whether it’s through his productions, radio shows, compilations, parties or club sets, D'Julz has been at the forefront of electronic music since his career first began back in 1992. A firm DJ and fan favourite alike, his ability to transcend genres and trends has seen him hold one of the most consistent levels of success of any modern-day DJ/Producer. A run of form that is at its strongest, today.
D'Julz's early career saw him make an instant impact in his home city of Paris, spinning at many of the city's early raves and legendary clubs. A hugely successful move to New York in 1993 quickly furthered his reputation, and upon his return to Europe he found himself to be in high demand, playing key clubs in Belgium, Holland, the UK and Ibiza.
1997 saw the birth of his now legendary 'Bass Culture' night at Rex Club, Paris. The monthly party has become the longest running event in the club’s history, and in 2009 gave its name to D'Julz's highly successful record label. His impact on the club was further celebrated in 2010 when he was asked to mix the debut Rexperience compilation of the series, coinciding with the 15th year of the Bass Culture parties.
Producing since the mid 90's, his music has featured on some of the world’s finest labels –20:20 Vision, Dessous, Pokerflat, Safari, Get Physical, Mobilee, Rekids, Systematic, 100% Pure – tracks and remixes that have become essential weapons in the record boxes of the world's elite. 2008's ‘Just so You Know’ on Ovum and 'Fleurette' on Circus Company became instant classics, as did his debut EP on Bass Culture ‘Fofoca’. His remixes of Slam's 'Positive Education' on Soma, Barem’s ‘Is’ on M_nus and Franck Roger’s ‘After All’ on Real Tone, have all ruled the DJ and download charts alike.
D'Julz continues to travel the world playing the likes of fabric London, Panorama Bar Berlin, Amnesia Ibiza, not to mention regular appearances at the infamous Circoloco, DC10 . The future has never been more exciting for the Frenchman as Bass Culture label grows from strength to strength, and as a producer he continues to raise the bar with recent releases like ‘Special Day’ on Circus Company. Recently becoming the newest addition to Lola ED agency, 2013 see D’Julz join the like-minded Parisian crew of some of the most in-demand underground house and techno artists.