The second Pop That was an even bigger party than the first – with Levins, Shantan and special guest Sampology all playing a mix of rap and exciting club sounds.
The crowd warmed up to Shantan’s wild cub remixes of new rap and and r&b, lost their minds to Sampology’s set which featured everything from juke, dancehall and trap, then danced as the sun rose and Levins finished the night with a mix of all things mellow.
Pop That will return later in the year with more DJs pushing an eclectic mix of club sounds. Stay tuned!
Wooooaah! Did not expect it to be that rammed. By midnight we had to stop letting people in as the party reached capacity. It was another night of Caribbean music and intense booty shaking not restricted to our Dutty Dance Off. Congratulations to Audrey for taking out the competition and winning herself a top notch cask of wine valued at $15. Totally worth it. Our selectors took us on a journey through the wide range of sounds starting with roots reggae, into new and classic dancehall with a bit of Ska, Moombahton, Latin Heat, Bashment and Soca thrown in for good measure – then ended it at 4am with some Old School Jungle.
Missed out? Would like to relive the night? Listen to Shantan’s Mix while you peruse the photos…
Just as your craving for dancehall becomes unbearable, it is time for DUTTY DANCING.
Expect another night of dutty tropical riddims and low slung basslines to have you down low on the dancefloor. No other night has you twerkin’ it like this.
Presented by Sydney’s modest champions of reggae, dancehall and bashment Nick Toth, Basslines, Shantan Wantan Ichiban and Mike Who.
Plus… DUTTY DANCE OFF RETURNS! Win one of our finest cask of DUTTY WINE from the vineyards of Jamaica in our controversial dancehall dance off. Start practicing now, working on your routine – and you could win fame and glory and a cheap goonbag as our DUTTY DANCEHALL QUEEN.
Shake, grind, and jig your way into 2013 with a nostalgic R&B tribute of ludicrous proportions! Each Player Haters Ball has seen Goodgod reach peak party mode with a live band serenading the Danceteria with cheeky covers of those feel-good nostalgic jams everyone knows and loves.
This special NYE edition of The Player Haters Ball will take over the full venue! The Left Eyes ft. Milan Ring will be recapping all the best tributes of the year including Destiny’s Child, The Neptunes, R Kelly, TLC and more! For every other moment, DJs Shantan Wantan Ichiban and Mike Who will be keeping the feet moving and the inhibitions low with Hip Hop, R&B and Soul selections from the past, present and future!
Keeping things loose limbed in the Front Bar is Smart Casual (Jingle Jangle) and Daniel Darling (Yo Grito!/Kill City Creeps) serving up rollicking dancebarn stormers ~ garage rock, blues, rhythm, soul, exotic groovers and beyond.
An all-round sure-thing for a memorable New Year’s Eve!
R. Kelly – She’s Got That Vibe
TLC – Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
N.E.R.D – Things Are Getting Better
Justin Timberlake – Like I Love You
Kelis – Flashback
R. Kelly – Slow Wind (Feat. Sean Paul)
Beyonce – Naughty Girl feat Lil Kim
Destiny’s Child – Independent Women, Pt. 1
Jay-Z – Change Clothes
TLC – Unpretty (Don’t Look Any Further Rap Remix)
R. Kelly – Thank God It’s Friday
NSYNC – Girlfriend (The Neptunes Remix) [feat. Nelly]
Destiny’s Child – Jumpin’, Jumpin’ (Remix) ft Lil Bow Wow, Da Brat and
Beyonce – Baby Boy ft Sean Paul
R Kelly – Thoia Thoing
Cam’ron – Thoia Thoing Remix
TLC – Sumthin’ Wicked This Way Comes ft Andre 3000
R. Kelly – Bump N’ Grind
R. Kelly – Ignition Remix
Destiny’s Child – Bills, Bills, Bills
R. Kelly – I’m A Flirt ft. T.I. & T-Pain
Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes – The Block Party
Destiny’s Child – Get On the Bus ft. Timbaland
TLC – Silly Ho
R. Kelly – Same Girl ft. Usher
R. Kelly – Same Girl Remix ft. Usher & T-Pain
R. Kelly – Best Friend ft. Keisha Cole & Polow Da Don
Errr… Somebody give me 5 litres of water. That was just way too bigger dose of fun on a school night. This week in Sydney has been crazy artists on the Steresonic tour popping up at Sydney Clubs for some secret and not so secret sets. Both Brodinski and Geffenstein were sighted playing hip hop sets at the Flinders, while across town Major Lazer were bringing bedlam to a small nightspot. I thought our Destiny’s Child tribute was big. The line for this went all around the block. If Major Lazer playing a Bashment Party at Goodgod was meant to be a secret, it was a very poorly kept one. It was also meant to be a Reggae, Dancehall, Bashment party, but after Walshy Fire dropped Daft Punk it became something else. Too much crazy for a small hot dingy little room.
Was it a secret show? I don’t know. The line wrapped around the corner, so if it was a secret, it was poorly kept.
Diplo or Mike Who? Can’t really tell from this distance…
Who played? Walshy Fire, Jillionaire, Black Chiney and Diplo.
Was it fun? I’m still dancing.
The only low-light of the night was budding videographer and all around nice guy Aiden, got one of his cameras stolen. He was filming the night so that us and the whole world can enjoy it forever in cyber space; until some dickhole decided to pocket something that wasn’t theirs. Not cool. It’d be nice if you gave the camera back. But if you don’t I hope you step in dog poo.
I only got there at midnight really unsure what I would find when I opened the doors to that dark burrow buried at the back of Goodgod Small Club. To my surprise I found a packed room and a dancefloor in full swing.
Thumping Caribbean rhythms and so much booty shaking. When the night was done we were picking up discarded bum cheeks dislodged during violent ass moving.
Thanks to the Dance Central crew for an awesome performance, and everybody that jumped in the circle.
Look out for the next party, last Saturday of January 2013.
It is on again. Some of Sydney’s best dancehall reggae DJs join forces again for a night of Caribbean rhythms and salacious dancing. In addition, we have added Mike Who to line up as he returns Latin America.
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Rude Wine- Iceman (sexy bak riddim)
Grab and Wine Busy Signal (sexy bak riddim)
Man Mu Nuh Waila- Beenie Man (bada bada riddim)
Faded- Sean Paul (bada bada riddim)
Self Help RIddim- Dubbel Dutch
Dickie Riddim- Schlachthofbronx Feat Warrior Queen
Miss Fatty – Milllion Styelz (Thornato Remix)
We A Tek It Off – Aidonia (Catalog riddim)
Kling Klang Riddim Version- DreSkull
Mc Order- Kling Klang Riddim (Mike Who Special)
So We Do It- Popcaan- (Kling Klang Riddim)
Champion Bubbler – Tifa-(Kling Klang Riddim)
Certain Law – Mr Vegas (Murlo Refix)
Mad Mi- Busy Signal
Bubble Up- Keida
Uucko tight- Aidonia
Algo Pasa Que Planeta- Zonora Point
So Di Ting Set- Million Stylez ( Cosa Nostra Riddim)
Dem a Pree- Mr Lexx (Cosa Nostra Riddim)
Style- Spragga Benz (DNA Riddim)
Can’t knock You Gal ( DNA Riddim)
BadMan a Kill Dem- Popcaan (Juicy Riddim)
Come Here Girl- To-isis (DJ Theory remix) (Flatlands riddim rmx Project)
Agyeeei (Dubbel Dutch Re-riddim) – R2Bees ft Sarkodie & Nana Boroo
Loudspeaker Riddim- Version- Dre Skull
Hot Like Fire- Beenie Man (Loudspeaker Riddim)
The System- Popcaan (Loudspeaker Riddim)
El Hueso- Boogat- (Poirier’s Loudspeaker Riddim Refix)
Money Ah dem Good- Lady Chan & Dreadsquad (Screw Dem Riddim)
Mind Travelling- Million Stylez (Screw Dem Riddim)
Punani – Douster – feat. Spoek Mathambo (Original Mix)
Go Easy- Ward 21 ( Sickhead mix)
Real Gallis- Busy Signal (So Shifty Remix)
Diplo Rhythm- Diplo