I was worried at one point that SK Simeon would jump up and hit the ceiling. Full of positive vibes and more bounce than a Gummy Bear, the Melbourne Dancehall artist had the club wiggling and wining along with his explosive live show. Look out for more live music at Dutty in the future.
101 Dollsquad also killed it on the night. It truly felt like The Beatles had come to town as the dancers took the stage to the sound of girls screaming. Featuring Chantelle Peters, our Sydney Dancehall Queen, alongside Gloria and Ashlee, the girls treated us to one of the finest displays of booty shaking this side of the world.
Nick Toth and Louis Basslines smashed out stunning selection of the latest dancehall hits alongside some older classics, I was also… there.
Beyonce for the win on Valentines Day. People were lining up like Queen Bee herself was actually performing. The night started with Joyride and Shantan Wantan Ichiban on the decks building the dancefloor up with a mix of new and classic rnb. Just after midnight Alphamama took to the stage, pumping out a megamix of Beyonce hits with the entire club singing along to every word. Wining up in the early hours the performance was finished in fine fashion with a medley of Destiny’s Child favourites.
Are your legs still a little saw from Dutty Dancing? Hope you had as much fun as well did, taking you on a magical journey through dancehall history. Starting in the 80s at 10pm taking you through to the latest hits by the end of the night. Louis and Nick doing a fantastic job of holding down there respective eras.
Another night of rnb, soul and hip hop in the goodgod bunker. This month our residents Joyride and Shantan Wantan Ichiban were joined by Lazer Gunne Funk and Mike Who serenading us with sets of baby making sex sonnets. Catch you again in the net two months.