On April 23rd, the Viertel Klub will once again be in a state of emergency: Party Zampano Juiceppe and his friends from the Lausanne party temple MAD invite you to the Anderland.
Headliner Jamie Lewis is a pioneer of house music. He has been a successful DJ and producer for over 30 years. From his own record store to his own label, party series and gigs in Europe and the USA, to collaborations with greats like Prince, he was nominated for a Grammy Music Award in 2017 for his work. In the noughties, he won the Ibiza DJ Award. With his roots in 80s disco, Jamie Lewis now plays energetic vocal house to tek house.
Also a veteran of the Swiss party scene is Vkee Madison. He has been the resident DJ on the popular "Jet Lag" floor at MAD for over 25 years. His own party label Groove Jet allows him to invite various DJs from all over Europe to Flon, the bar & club district in Lausanne. So he succeeds not only musical diversity, but also the mix of communities on the dancefloor.
Miss TYK made her way behind the DJ booth via the dancefloor. Only after years of intense clubbing read party kid, she decided seven years ago to take the turntables in their own hands. With her love for electronic music, she has now dedicated herself more specifically to house music and, in addition to Lausanne and Zurich, also plays at various festivals, e.g. Montreux Jazz.
Gayties - Pop 'till you drop: The Viertel-Dancing is also played this Anderland by the Basel party label "Gayties - All Hits of all Time". As is well known, label-trulla Noxeema Jackson has a new bosom friend at the turntables since March: the great drag Odette Hella'Grand has recently started spinning records. It's going to be wet!
Win tickets: www.anderland.ch
Performing artists: Jamie Lewis (Purple Music), Vkee Madison (Mad, Lausanne), Miss TYK, (Zyk Tok), Juiceppe (Barbarella); Dancing (Gayties-Floor): Odette Hella Grand (DJ Set), Noxeema Jackson (Gayties)
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