Young Franco x Marc Spence x Holmes John

The Fat Man's already thinking about his next party but hold ya horses mate, it's only Monday... here's what went down this past weekend to gear you up for what's coming next.

Friday night saw the return of our favourite Brisbane boi, Young Franco. Last time he joined us was back in November for our 3rd Birthday and we've been hanging to have him back since!

Young Franco

We absolutely ADORE Young Franco. I mean look him... how could you not?

This young gun is an absolute crowd magnet, pulling heads to the venue to see him in all his glory. He knows how to energise the crowd and get people moovin' and groovin'.

It was smiles all round as Young Franco played an uplifting, feel good and funky DJ set, bumping his much-loved tracks like "Miss You", "About This Thing", "Drop Your Love" and many more.

We love this man and we can't wait to have him back in the club.

Young Franco

Saturday night was double the trouble as Marc Spence and Holmes John double headlined the show, playing b2b for a nonstop party.

First to the deck was British-born house DJ, Marc Spence. This man's been spinning the decks for over a decade and has released tracks on some of the world’s leading music labels including Owsla and Cheap Thrills.

Mr Spence brought an underground and electrifying set to the club, filled with high energy and cheek.

Marc Spence

Up next was Holmes John. This man's no rookie to the club scene, he began his musical journey rising the electro ladder where he reached the pinnacle of his career after signing with Ministry of Sound. Now he’s taking a new direction that’s got him rising the ranks!

He delivered a classic Fat Controller set filled with delicious bass lines and tasteful vocals - definitely one to keep an eye on.

Holmes John

And just like that, another weekend with the Fat Man has passed. If you missed it, don't fret we have more where that came from... come get weird with us.

FRIDAY | GET NAUGHTY (Spin Off AP)

SATURDAY | CASPER X HUGO RESIDENTS NIGHT


Photography: Isaac Urban