Sydney

COLOUR CASTLE

POOF DOOF PRESENTS A VERY SPECIAL DOOF FEATURING:

Colour Castle (SYD)

2018 is off with a bang, Colour Castle launches his own label ‘Hot Sunday Records’ striking a deal with industry legends ‘cr2’ leading thier releases internationally while Colour Castle continues the hot streak down under. The year’s first release ‘Can’t Buy This’ is a joint project with the voice of house music ‘Roland Clark’ and  hit the top spot on the ARIA Club Charts for 5 weeks. During 2017 Colour Castle set themselves up to rise the ranks internationally, collaborating with House Music royalty Miguel Campbell ‘I Know A Place’, Doorly ‘Stay Hungry’ & Yolanda ‘Love Addict’ (Best known for her vocal on ‘Duke Dumont – Won’t Look Back’). All 3 singles saw high ranking on the Australian ARIA Club Charts, claiming the #1 spot for 12 weeks. Boasting Remixes from the likes of ‘Amine Edge & Dance, Dr.Packer, MAM and more, and eventually scoring airplay on BBC Radio 1 with Pete Tong, The Friday Night Shuffle and a ‘Triple J Mix Up Exclusive’.

The hype is real with support from heavyweights Claptone, Gorgon City & DJ SKT, being an addition to compilations on Toolroom & performing at Field Day, Bestival Bali, Electric Gardens, Splendour In The Grass, Defected In The House Sydney, Ministry Of Sound Club Australia, This That Festival, Revolver, Chinese Laundry +++ The values that House Music pertain are what Colour Castle lives by, community, love, respect and this reflects their music, attitude & work ethic. Striving to do the best and put out the best they can.

LISTEN: soundcloud.com/colour-castle
LOOK: instagram.com/colourcastle

JOINED BY DOOF LEGENDS:

Sunshine
Javi Morley
DJ Jason Conti

AND IN SNAP CRACKLE POP:

ZACH ROSE
Fragile Future

DOOF THE COLOURS OF THE RAINBOW THIS SATURDAY FROM 10.30PM!

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