The Council presents Kornél Kovács (Studio Barnhus)
16 Mar 2018, 10:00 PM
17 Mar 2018, 3:00 AM
Swedish left-field house producer, DJ and label boss Kornél Kovács has been offering up his unique house variations since 2011, and will be bringing his bright and buoyant selections to our new room Upstairs.
The in-demand selector started his career off by knocking on as many of Stockholm's musical doors as possible, digging through record stores and the local library’s dance music records. He managed to score a few DJ gigs on the back of an intense early teenage love of mid-90’s Drum & Bass.
In the mid-00’s, Kovács saw a shift in his music direction, after having secured a residency at Stockholm’s legendary Paradise night, as well as an important stint at Red Bull Music Academy; Kovács and his friends Petter Nordkvist and Axel Boman founded Studio Barnhus, and the Swedish-Hungarian DJ and producer has been forging a reputation as one of the label’s most idiosyncratic talents.
The collective's successes have drawn reams of prestigious press coverage in the years since and worldwide DJ dates for its three members, with Kovács conquering the stages across Dekmantel Festival, The Warehouse Project, as well as playing at clubs across the world.
In 2016, Kovács minted his legacy with his full-length album “The Bells”, and he shows no signs of stopping. Join us on the dance floor for a shimmy & a shake as we welcome him behind the decks for the night.
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U P S T A I R S
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Cover charge applies. $25 all night.
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Please note that there will be no entry to Headquarters/Upstairs after 02.30H without a valid entry stamp.
The management reserves the right to refuse entry at its own discretion.
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