For our second August edition of Plus Minus Summer Sessions, we bring you Circoloco favourite, San Proper on August 11th with support from Shadi Megallaa and Karl Jefferson.
August 11th #PlusMinus Summer Sessions at Bridgewater DXB.
*** Plus Minus PM
6 – 9pm FREE ENTRY for everyone and food offering (optional).
Choice of 5 beers or 5 cocktails or 5 soft drinks + a starter & main course for only AED275 and includes your ticket for the event after.
*** Plus Minus Club
9pm - 10pm FREE ENTRY for ladies
9pm – Midnight AED 100 for all
Midnight onwards AED 150 for all (INCLUDES a VODKA REDBULL)
Dress Code: Dance friendly
20% OFF for PLATINUM Holders at the bar.
Reservations & Information: +971 56 921 8484
San Proper is a very strong character, and that always rubs off in his many musical endeavours. He is a famously unpredictable DJ who lays down party starting sets of house and disco, electro, afro and acid. He is also a charismatic live performer who places his own vocals and instrument playing skills at the centre of his show, whilst various bits of hardware and digital toys flesh out the grooves. And lastly, he is also an esteemed producer of often feral house and techno sounds on quality labels like Rush Hour and Perlon.
This established Amsterdam artist has roots in playing guitars in various bands, is a frequent collaborator (with artists like Melon, the Mole, Mayaan Nidam and other collaborations) and always has time to support worthy talent whenever he spots it. All that means he is now a firm underground favourite who has been headlining key clubs and cult festivals for many years. As such, he is at home playing a high tech nightbox as he is a dirty basement after party. With close ties to the likes of Trouw and Dekmantel, San Proper likes to champion local stars (see his Proper A’dam Family Series for proof) but has also remixed, and been remixed by, such legends as Ricardo Villalobos. He also likes to go against the grain and do the unexpected, and as such runs his own Proper’s Cult label and is a regular on Red Light Radio with his soul show.