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#23873 by TheZooProject
Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:52 pm
We have something very special planned for the Noah's Ark opening tomorrow!

Because there is no Zoo Project this week, we will set sail at a slightly later time than usual and enjoy the beautiful Ibiza sunset together on-board Noah's Ark followed by a secret afterparty. Meeting point is 16:00 @ Pussycat, San Antonio Harbour! See you there x
#24285 by TheZooProject
Tue Jul 03, 2012 12:28 pm
Saturday 7th July will see The Zoo Project raise the temperature with Ryan Elliott, Mic Newman, Wbeeza! (Live), Funk E, Michael James, Eddie Leader, Nic & Kaleb, Defex, Jeancedric, Milou and Jonathan Tena!

Detroit's Ryan Elliott is a distinguished and internationally respected DJ, producer, remixer and one-half of Spectral Sound?s A&R team. Legendary residencies at Ann Arbor?s Goodnight Gracies and Detroit?s Shelter are how Ryan Elliott began his career. His reputation has grown steadily over the decade and he?s now well rehearsed in working crowds at clubs and festivals around the world, from NYC?s Guggenheim Museum to Barcelona?s Sonar Festival. With an impressive record collection, influenced by his hometown staples (Axis, Purpose Maker, M Plant, and UR) along with international labels such as Perlon, Playhouse, and early Kompakt he takes the crowd on a unique and captivating journey without fail each and every time.

Melbourne born Mic Newman alias Fantastic Man has gained star status in his home country. His rise to international prominence has been swift, breaking onto the scene in 2009 with key releases and remixes, including that of seminal influence; Booka Shade on their acclaimed Get Physical imprint, but most notably, his 'Sizzled Sally' EP. One of the highest selling releases on Stuart Geddes' Murmur Records. It was named 'EP of the month' in Berlin's Raveline magazine and caused a flurry of hype in the underground community, further exposing Mic's trademark deep and incisive take on House music. Follow up releases on Tsuba, Dirt Crew, 20:20 Vision?s sub-divisional; Fina Records, Freerange along with his ?Machine Love? EP on his return to murmur Records have ensured a committed following from tastemakers and DJs alike. Mic?s Fantastic Man alias has so far seen success on Wolf Music, Melbourne Deepcast, and his own ?Plastic Fantastic? EP on Detroit label Kolour LTD. His DJ sets consistently capture audiences and his appeal is continuously growing with worldwide dates scheduled in the calendar.

Wbeeza (pronounced double-u-beeza) is without a doubt one of the brightest young talents to have signed to the Third Ear label in the last few years. Coming straight out of Bermondsey, South London, Warren Brown has been spreading his gospel of soul and jazz fuelled improvised goodness across the globe, through his trademark energetic live performances. His sound is rooted in house music and releases for Detroit-affiliated London imprint Third Ear have piqued the interest of house music devotees of all stripes. His latest EP, ?Peckham Fly? has been gaining a lot of attention and rewind request on the road over the last year. Keeping things stripped back to the bare minimum a punchy rhythm base, interspersed with twisted vocals lean towards the modern end of the 'house meets techno' sound. Physically invested, constantly moving, usually with dark glasses or a hoodie obscuring his vision, the Wbeeza live show is something you can't help but dance to.

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#24390 by TheZooProject
Tue Jul 10, 2012 2:05 pm
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San Proper is a highly respected DJ from the Amsterdam underground club scene. Over the last ten years, he has been DJing in major clubs, bars and lounges in and around Holland including a residency at Europe's top Summer festival, Lowlands. He's known for his House & Disco sets, but also for blending different styles into an eclectic mix. In Amsterdam, San presents cult club night "The Black Disco Bust" featuring international DJ's Daniel Wang, Alton Miller, Kalabrese and Trus'me. Today he's collaborating with Amsterdam's finest producers like Melon, Tom Trago, O- Boogie, Cinnaman, Steven de Peven among others and is releasing on Amsterdam's top label Rushhour. His 'Part 4' with O-Boogie got picked up by Laurent Garnier who did an edit of 'Magnificent Speech Funk' for Rushhour and his remix of Ricardo Villalobos' 'Electronic Water' has received critical acclaim. He's also released 'Hupsers & Kletsers for Life!' on Soulrock Records together with Steven de Peven and is releasing under the alias St. Propre on Raw Meat Records.

Monika Kruse has been showcasing her talents behind the decks worldwide for nearly 20 years. Berlin born she follows her own idea of techno-funk as a producer, promoter and label owner and is a regular at the world-renowned clubs Berghain/Panorama Bar and Watergate. Having played an active part in German club culture since 1991, starting as resident in Munich’s legendary Parkcafé club she became a member of the "Ultraworld" Crew that organised Techno events and eventually opened the Club Ultraschall. Founder of two record companies: Terminal M which has been her platform for energetic, upfront, kicking Techno and Electric Avenue Recordings housing accomplished producers such as DJ Rush, Miss Kittin, Patrick Lindsey and of course Monika Kruse’s most successful release so far "Latin Lovers”.

Born and raised in Germany Dana Ruh has experimented with electronic, house and techno music to find her own incomparable sound. Her musical output as a producer led her to regular releases on labels such as Einmaleins, Ostgut Ton, Barraca Music and Buzzin Fly and on her own label Brouqade Records, which she started in 2007. Dana Ruh is no stranger to the underground scene. This year has seen the launch of new label ARAS, founded by Dana Ruh and Andre Galuzzi, the first release being their collaboration, Trambolla EP, which has received DJ support from the likes of Tanzmann, Tiefschwarz, Laurent Garnier, Agoria and Troy Pierce. As a DJ, Dana has headlined at some of the world's most renowned clubs and parties, including Berlin's Watergate and Panorama Bar.
#24501 by TheZooProject
Tue Jul 17, 2012 5:28 pm
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Catz 'N Dogz are polish DJs/Producers Grzegorz Demiañczuk and Wojciech Tarañczuk. Since their first record on Trenton in 2005 the guys have appeared on lauded labels such as Trapez, Crosstown Rebels, Pokerflat, Boxer, Dirtybird, Leena and their own label Channels Records, with two quite aptly named, critically acclaimed full length artist albums on Mothership: Stars of Zoo and Escape from the Zoo. A clear break from convention and a further exploration of genres, the guys break free and run into the wilderness of street bass, disco, R&B, deep house, hip-hop and more and includes collaborations with heavy hitters such as Claude VonStroke. As DJs you are likely to find them playing disco/deephouse at the intimate parties they organize frequently in Berlin and Szczecin as well as tech-house and techno at festivals and big clubs all over the world. Back in 2003 they organized a club night in their hometown of Szczecin, Poland. This night soon became a residency and their reputation grew quickly. A radio show followed them on Szczecin’s ABC Radio allowing them to explore their creativity and gain a legion of fans. Soon after that, they began to produce records together as the techno centric “3 Channels,” eventually evolving into Catz 'N Dogz - a grooving, category-free mixture of modern music. Recently they have collaborated with Mothership and Get Physical and have also launched their new label PETS which aims to promote Polish artists.


Born in Poland, raised in San Jose California and educated in New York, Margaret Dygas began her DJing career in London in the 90s. Influenced by old school hip hop and New York house music she has found herself where she is most comfortable, from dub to techno and anything in between. As well as playing worldwide in countries such as Holland, France, Finland, Singapore and China she is a regular feature on London’s electronic scene. She can be found at legendary clubs such as Fabric, The End, The Key and Herbal. She is a resident at label night Underline and has been supporting growing underground parties such as Multi Vitamins, Run, Minimallondon.com events, Stink at the T Bar as well as Technique in Leeds. Her music has been well-received in Berlin where she is fast becoming a friendly face at clubs like Berghain's Panorama Bar, Arena, Club Der Visionare, Watergate, Kino International and House13. Last summer she was part of Cross Town Rebels mini-tour around Europe playing at Electrosplash in Valencia, Watergate, Berlin and Space in Ibiza. With a number of releases on respected labels such as Perlon, Power Shovel Audio and Contexterrior her production and DJing style continues to develop and blossom. The electronic-tech vibe of her present sets incorporates the deep and minimal sounds she loves but retains the driving funk of her musical past.
#24551 by ThePrincess
Fri Jul 20, 2012 3:36 pm
Just seen on The Zoo Project facebook that Jon Sa Trinxa is gonna be hosting some sort of arena at the zoo on sat! Whhhaaatt!
#24600 by TheZooProject
Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:30 pm
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Giles Smith is an industry respected DJ/Producer, one half of the duo Two Armadillos and another half of the brains behind notorious London day rave secretsundaze. He has played at many of the UK’s most respected venues from The Key, Plastic People, 93 Feet East through to Fabric, Back to Basics and The Sub Club. Internationally he’s played at Panorama Bar, Watergate, Robert Johnson ,Rex Club, Love in New York and various clubs in Tokyo. With both of the Two Armadillos on board The Zoo Project is giddy with anticipation.

Inspired by hedonistic cutting edge clubs both in the UK and Ibiza, Giles and partner James Priestly launched secretsundaze in 2001. Few know this, but secretsundaze was one of the first promoters to host a party at Gala Night in Ibiza, our beloved Zoo! In a short period of time, secretsundaze became the hottest ticket in town and is now an international success hosting DJ’s such as Ricardo Villalobos, Carl Craig, Steve Bug, Luciano, Ame, Rhadoo, Cobblestone Jazz, Mountain People, Keith Worthy and Jus Ed.

On the production side its Giles’ Two Armadillos project with Martin Dawson that has gained the most attention. Over the last 3 years the duo have appeared on labels such as Dessous, BangBang!, Sthlm Audio, Buzzin' Fly, Motivbank, Four:Twenty, R&S,  and secretsundaze music. They have also completed remixes for Dessous (Dan Berkson and James What ft. Robert Owens), The Discowboys (Steve Bug and Vincenzo) and Mood Music (Kiki) and their releases have been remixed by the likes of Sascha Dive, Tobias and Andomat 3000. Giles’s tracks have been licensed to compilations such as Arpiar's mix for Circo Loco’s 10 Year Anniversary; Steve Bug’s “Bugnology 3”; Mathew Dear’s “Body Language” and Claude Von Stroke’s “At The Controls”. He has also mixed and compiled two critically acclaimed mix CD’s for secretsundaze alongside his co-resident James Priestley.

Under his own name, Martin Dawson has worked with some of the best labels in underground house including Cocoon, Crosstown Rebels, Get Physical, 20:20 vision, Off recordings and Moodmusic. Prior to this he had a fruitful career working under his alternative guise – King Roc – under which he released his debut album in 2009 to critical acclaim. Nominated by DJ Mag for Best UK Producer and Best Artist Album in 2009 his production  prowess is not going unnoticed. Although Martin loves to work in the studio his passion for DJing cannot be questioned, with an international career he has played worldwide from West and Eastern Europe to South America, Australia, Asia and Russia. Currently working with the likes of Glimpse, Andre Crom and Catz 'n Dogz and of course his continuing relationship with Giles as Two Armadillos we can’t wait to host King Roc unmasked as Martin Dawson at The Zoo Project.

Earlier this year Evan Baggs won over the hearts of the zoo with his smooth house set and we’re so glad to have him back!  Evan is a born and bred New York DJ who now resides in Berlin. Having gained a reputation through his sheer passion, consistently energetic track selections, clever and precise mixing he’s fast becoming a DJ in demand. He has played worldwide from Brazil to China and everywhere in between. His DJ sets are as exciting and diverse as his hometown and have gained him support from international DJ’s and producers, who recognize him as a legitimate up and coming talent.

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