Wed 31 Dec 2014

Greg Wilson is a genuine pioneer of dance music. Beginning his career in 1975, he was one of the original resident djs at the iconic 1980s Manchester club Hacienda.

In 2003, Greg came out of retirement as a dj and has become one of the best known names in disco, nu-disco famous for his re-edits for which he was nominated for his outstanding contribution by DJ Mag in 2008. His ‘Essential Mix’ was ranked by BBC Radio One as one of the 10 best mixes ever aired in the show’s 17 year history. This year, Greg has brought his remix mastery to the stages of some of the world’s biggest festivals from Glastonbury to Garden Festival in Croatia.

Back in '70s, the original Warehaus was the underground Chicago club where Frankie Knuckles first spun disco into house music. Taking over the club formerly known as First Floor, Warehaus is a late night dirty disco for Melbourne’s discerning northside crowd. Every Saturday night, Warehaus boasts a rotating line up of local DJ talent alongside special guests from Melbourne and beyond, playing disco, nu disco, old school 90s house to deep house from Derrick Carter to
Disclosure. Since launching in August, Warehaus has already attracted huge crowds and boasted many of Melbourne's finest disco producers and djs - including Young Franco (Bris), JD Samson (NYC), Tornado Wallace, Otologic, Edd Fisher, CC:DISCO!, Myles Mac, Simon TK (from Waxo Paradiso & XOXO), Prequel and more.

Warehaus NYE will be held at the soon-to-open Little & Olver, a new bar, disco and live music venue that will reinvent the former First Floor.
Open from early December.
393 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
9pm till 5am (Complimentary drinks from 9pm-11pm) Wilson PBS FM.JPG