Apres une 51é de folie c’est reparti pour toujours plus de Shake, de Soul, de Funk, de Disco et d’autres plaisirs bien groovies !
Pour la numéro 52, et à l’occasion de ce mois d’octobre presque 100% féminin chez Fatty nous recevons Camille aka. Ecran Total, histoire de remettre le feu au Fat, de vous y faire danser et transpirer sans retenue aucune!
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Vendredi 18/10, 23h-4h, paf:3E
Comme d’hab. merci à Restaurant Acerola et au Graffalgar
Ecran Total (Crème de coco – VeSTeS / Paris) :
Camille aka Ecran Total is a DJ and an actress. When she gets down the stage to hop behind turntables, it is to share a journey, filled with all the influences that built her. Breastfed with jazz funk, she now has an eclectic, groovy and surprising selection.
Her goal : to bring people together and create a happy and inclusive performance with the crowd – which she always joins at some point to dance and share her communicative and beaming joy.
She has known quite a hot year and was booked at Primaverasound Festival in Barcelona, at the Djoon club in Paris for Jayda G’s warm-up & soon to come on the rooftop of the Paris Philharmonie, for the record label Microqlima.
She is also regularly called on by a number of companies, like Cointreau or Perrier Jouët, to sprinkle some of her sunny energy.
In 2017 she created her disco-ish trio, Crème de coco, which has led her to play in Paris, Ibiza Berlin… and has started organizing events with her two partners in crime. They have been inviting DJs and producers who fit with their musical DNA for two years.
She has also been creating events with her other trio, VeSTeS, and has started promoting her own parties. These ‘Opening Nights’, as they are called, take place at La Rotonde in Paris and mix DJ sets and immersive performances.
As an actress of the night life and the theatre, she has the ambition to merge her two passions with her project ‘Le jour met des nuits à se lever’, a hybrid play she has recently written. The purpose of this scenic and clubby artistic proposition is to question the way we party and our relationship with the Night experience – and will thus be performed in theaters and night-clubs.
In the end, as she always says: it’s all about sharing stories.