Volar presents Ministry of Sound with Nathan C



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Entertaining Asia and Buzz Concepts are pleased to announce the return of Ministry of Sound to Hong Kong at VOLAR on Friday 23rd May.

Ministry of Sound resident Nathan C will be tearing up the decks for one night only. Championed by everyone from Tiesto and Tommy Trash to Pete Tong and Roger Sanchez and with regular releases on Toolroom, Garuda and Spinnin, it’s no surprise his productions regularly feature high up the Beatport charts.

Nathan is also a skilled remixer, and has been worked on remixes for artists as diverse as Chase & Status, Snoop Dogg and Ms Dynamite.

Be sure to catch Ministry of Sound with Nathan C only at VOLAR on Friday 23rd May.

Event Details

VOLAR presents Ministry of Sound with Nathan C
Date: Friday 23rd May 2013
Ministry of Sound DJ: Nathan C
Support DJs: Janette Slack
Entrance:     Advanced: $250 (w/ 2 drinks before 12:30am: 1 drink after)
At the Door: $300 before 12:30am; $350 after (both w/ 2 drinks)
Venue: VOLAR Basement, 38-44 D'Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong
Time: 10pm till late
RSVP: 2810 1510
E-mail: party@volar.com.hk
Website: www.volar.com.hk


Nathan C Biography

Rising London DJ/producer Nathan C’s work has been championed by everyone from Tiesto and Tommy Trash to Pete Tong and Roger Sanchez.

With releases on Toolroom, Garuda and Spinnin, it’s no surprise his productions regularly feature on the Beatport charts. A skilled remixer, he has been commissioned for remix work from artists as diverse as Chase & Status, Snoop Dogg and Ms Dynamite.

Nathan knows how to give a crowd exactly what they want and told us; “if it’s got the right energy and makes people dance, I’ll play it. My sets are all about energy and stylistic progression.” With a solid line up of releases, a busy tour schedule, and a residency at Ministry of Sound, it looks like 2014 is going to be a massive year for this emerging star.


About Ministry of Sound

Ministry of Sound – the club – opened in London in September 1991 and has since established a cult following among clubbers worldwide.

Inspired by the US house music movement James Palumbo, Ministry of Sound’s founder and visionary, established Elephant & Castle in London as the venue’s location and opted for an unused bus depot for its infrastructure due to its raw and unkempt warehouse character that was the dominant clubbing environment of the early 90’s.

The vision was to import many of the world’s most famous DJs to the UK enabling dance music fans access to the music they adored and the DJs that played and produced it. And of course supply this on a sound system like nothing ever experienced before in clubland, an achievement the venue can still boast today. A vision that has become ingrained into the Ministry of Sound philosophy, as the brand now enables dance music fans worldwide access to their favourite form of music via a number of channels including internet, radio, mobile, albums, singles, global tours and venues in London and Egypt.

For many years Ministry of Sound, London has been hailed as the ‘House of House’ as DJ input and musical output has always concentrated on the many genres of house music. As dance music has evolved, the club output has consistently been at the forefront of the scene with its DJ line up and musical policy delivering over and above the clubbing call of duty. Ministry of Sound is the only club in London to currently hold EXCLUSIVE RESIDENCIES with Pete Tong, Sander Kleinenberg, Mark Knight & Steve Angello.

Saturday nights at Ministry of Sound have consistently remained loyal to the house music circuit with the current ‘Saturday Sessions’ inviting clubbers from far and wide to indulge in the many genres’ that house music employs - all played by the world’s most revered and talented DJs and producers.

Friday nights have been slightly more varied in style. With the launch of Smoove back in 2000, an urban night that continued for five successful years and also the launch of Switch in 2005 which established itself as the freshest and most upfront of all the capital’s club nights presenting an eclectic mix of Drum & Bass and Hip Hop. 2009 saw the beginning of a new era for Friday nights with The Gallery moving to Ministry of Sound bringing with it the best in contemporary and classic Trance.

Ministry of Sound, London is a venue that not only started a worldwide music and lifestyle brand but also created the UK’s clubbing movement as we know it today. It introduced the DJ to the dancer, the promoter to the party and the establishment to the movement.


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