Boris Werner's nightlife slogan
- Bang Showbiz
- 13 November 2013
Dutch DJ Boris Werner claims his slogan is to "dress up chic and act like trash"
Boris Werner's slogan is "dress up chic and act like trash".
The Amsterdam-based DJ is proud of his Late Night Society club night, which he maintains is a "slightly different club experience".
He told website truthjhb.com: "Late Night Society is a club night hosted by William Kouam Djoko and myself. We started in the summer of 2010 with this idea of a slightly different club experience.
"We wanted to have more of a conceptual idea. We came up with this slogan: Dress up chic, act like trash."
As an accomplished DJ and producer Boris is famous for his high energy and enthusiasm behind the decks. With releases on some of the most respected house labels in the world such as Get Physical, Moon Harbour and Rush Hour he is a true ambassador of the electro house sound.
Asked to describe his music, Boris says: "I find it always quite difficult to put that into words, but I would say anything from house to techno always with a dose of funk. Normally I would say just come and check me out and decide for yourself."
Wrapping up his residency in Ibiza for the fourth consecutive year at one of the island's most renowned parties, Circoloco at DC10, the Halloween edition of the successful club night franchise Another Party on Friday (01.11.2013) marked his last UK appearance of 2013.
'Another Party' started as an illegal event back in 2008 and has since become a globally recognised collective.
Founder Raimondo Gaetani explained: "We started doing illegal raves in 2008-2009 without a name for the party or big DJs, just a bunch of people looking for a balanced diet of driving techno and a friendly atmosphere.
"Back then we were really underground; all our events were filled with just word of mouth, no advertising, press, big lineups or even advance tickets. Over the last couple of years that has changed dramatically, where now we have developed a brand and have had some of the world's best artists play for us."