Nikki Beach St. Tropez DJ - Patris Gero

Since 2009, Patris Gero is part of the big Nikki Beach family where he plays as one of the resident DJs for St Barths, St Tropez, the Cannes Film Festival, Toronto film festival, Sundance film festival and Miami where he will play for the Winter Music Conference along with the best dj ... (David Guetta, BobSinclar, Tocadisco, Cubeguys, Crazybiza, Prok & Fitch,David Penn,Jack de Marseille,Michael Calfan, Watermat)

In 2015 he creates the group The Durden Theory with Jim Rolland ( Jimmy sax) and release their first EP « Preface » with the label Happy Music. Last two Years patris Gero Played at : Maroco, Puerto Rico, Roumania, Ibiza, Germny, France, Saint Barth, Antilles, France, Saint Barth, Antilles, Miami,Salt lake city, Reunion , India, Barbades, Jamaica, Mexico, London, Los Angeles, Canada, NYC, Washington.

Driven by ambition, enthusiasm and the passion for music, on every set (deep house, house and club) his musical style and generosity in the mix inflames the dance floors and we continue to believe in him being known as a producer as well as a dj.

Ibiza and Hed Kandi Resident - Phoebe d'Abo 

Since her career began back in 2007, London-born DJ & Producer Phoebe d'Abo has rightfully earned her spot as one of the most in-demand artists on the international club circuit today. 
As the first choice house DJ for countless top brands such as Porsche, Mercedes Benz, Range Rover, Virgin, Swarovski and London Fashion Week, Phoebe has also graced the decks of the world's most celebrated clubs and brands including Pacha London, Nikki Beach, Ministry Of Sound, Creamfields Festival, Es Paradis and Space Ibiza. After being scouted online by global clubbing sensation Hed Kandi in 2011, Phoebe began clocking up the air miles as an official Resident DJ; with bookings in China, Russia, Brazil, the UAE, the Caribbean and everywhere in between.
Following her first two successful summers with the brand, Phoebe was honoured to compile and mix Disc One of both Hed Kandi's latest 'Twisted House' and 'Ibiza' compilations. In November 2013, Phoebe assumed the role as host of Hed Kandi's weekly Wednesday show on Ministry Of Sound Radio until their anticipated re-launch the following year. 
Juggling her time between the decks and the studio, it wasn't long before Phoebe's production career gathered speed; her first release (sampling 90s classic, 'Gypsy Woman' by Crystal Waters) was quickly snapped up by world-renowned house label, Hotfingers Records and made 'Track Of The Week' on Ministry Of Sound's Hed Kandi Show in February 2015.

Having recently launched a brand new Podcast, 'LOVE HOUSE' as well as confirming several brand new releases on the way, it's clear that this young Londoner is boldly carving her own path in the dance music world- and boy, does the journey look exciting...

Coachella and Ultra Music Festival DJ - Michael Brun


Michael Brun spent his childhood on the sun-drenched Caribbean island of Haiti. Born to a Haitian father and Guyanese mother who loved music, Brun’s influences stretched from the percussion-heavy Rara and Afro-groove music of his native Haiti, to disco and synth pop. He played guitar and piano from a young age, and took up DJing and EDM production as a hobby at 16 after winning a full scholarship to attend military school in the US, then going on to study Pre-Med at Davidson College.
After six years of hard work and experimentation, 22-year-old Michael Brun has become one of dance music’s most well regarded rising stars. Not only has he remixed the likes of Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Armin van Buuren, and Alicia Keys, but he’s collaborated with everyone from Dirty South to Rune. 2013 proved to be Brun’s breakout year with a solo EP on Phazing reaching #2 on Beatport and headlining shows at Pacha, Marquee, Wall, Liv and many other premier nightclubs. Support from the likes of Billboard, Mixmag, DJ Mag and Rolling Stone, cemented Brun’s position as a breakout talent

Michael continued his trajectory into the world of pop-leaning productions in 2016, starting the year with his career-defining song, “Wherever I Go”. The original song was a collaborative effort with the students of the Audio Institute school of music in Haiti. Brun was inspired by the students there when he first visited the school as a guest lecturer. In 2015, in partnership with Paul Haggis’ APJ foundation, he returned to the school and produced ‘Wherever I Go’.  Featuring numerous Haitian artists like BélO and J. Perry, ‘Wherever I Go’ was a cultural hit for Brun, amassing millions of streams and therefore, revenue for the Audio Institute, as all proceeds from the track went back to the school.  It was a perfect springboard into the remainder of 2016, a year that will see Michael unveil an E.P, as well as his very own Wherever I Go / Kid Coconut Festival in Haiti.