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BALEATHENS
RESIDENCY

A Special Residency Party

SUNDAY MAY 26TH 2024

Dear members,

You are invited to explore and even more shape the erotic disco underground culture that identifies the Burger Disco Club signature sound.

Inspired by the Balearic vibes, we transcend into a world of freedom, radical self expression, flirting with the contemporary dance music movement, and unlocking the gates leading to discovering true love on the dance floor. 

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NON - TICKETED EVENT

There is no cover charge. You only need to RSVP to attend. A proof of registration email will be sent to you, confirming your access to the party.

Please, cancel your RSVP, if you are not coming. Care for your fellow members by letting someone else taking you spot.    

You may be asked for an id proving you are an adult and your name is registered with an active club membership.

Please try to have your Burher Disco Club members account profile open on your phone; help us check you in as fast as possible.  

If you have any questions, email us or text us in chat.  

Baleathens Residents
Petros Floorfiller

Petros "FLOORFILLER" Kozakos is the man who put dance music on the map in Athens and all over Greece. (UPDATE MAGAZINE; Nr. 568, 25/01/ 1999).

His early DJ Sets were a blend of Classic & Psychedelic Rock, New Wave, and then Rare Grooves & Funk, Reggae, Hip-Hop. The Clash, Sisters of Mercy, Depeche Mode, George Clinton were always present in his record box wherever he played at that time (Mad, Cuckoos’ Nest, No Name clubs in Athens). During the late 80s, he experienced the overwhelming influence of Ibiza, early Balearic & Chicago House era and the vast soundscape of Acid House & Detroit Techno. 
 

 

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Petros "FLOORFILLER" Kozakos is the man who put dance music on the map in Athens and all over Greece. (UPDATE MAGAZINE; Nr. 568, 25/01/ 1999).

His early DJ Sets were a blend of Classic & Psychedelic Rock, New Wave, and then Rare Grooves & Funk, Reggae, Hip-Hop. The Clash, Sisters of Mercy, Depeche Mode, George Clinton were always present in his record box wherever he played at that time (Mad, Cuckoos’ Nest, No Name clubs in Athens). During the late 80s, he experienced the overwhelming influence of Ibiza, early Balearic & Chicago House era and the vast soundscape of Acid House & Detroit Techno. 
 

  He opens "FAZ Club" (1988 - 1992) – the first house club in Greece. In 1994 he sets up "FLOORFILLER Bookings & Promotions" in Athens, the Agency that brought in Greece over the last years numerous top artists of the global dance scene. During 1994-1996, he is the resident DJ in "Sunrise Zone" and "+ Soda" and becomes a byword for Athens’ Progressive House & Trance scene, leaving his indelible mark on the “golden era” of Greek clubbing & raving. 
 

Over the next 3 years (‘96-‘99) he becomes resident DJ in Zurich’s most underground Club, "Labyrinth". He has gigs in London’s "Ministry of Sound", Ibiza’s "Space" & "Amnesia", "Tenax" in Florence, "Cream" in Liverpool and Ibiza. He makes his return in Athens in 2000 and secures a residency for the following 3 years in "+Soda" (winter season) and "Loca Club" (summer season), the best underground clubs in Greece. At the same time, he introduces the Greek crowd to dance festivals, by producing “ENERGY Dance Festival” in September 2001 in Athens, and establishes the massive dance music events in Greece.

 

Dancing never stops!! In 2004 Petros Floorfiller takes control music-wise of "Danza" & "Fuze"; during summertime, in what was perhaps the most acclaimed moment of his career, he is selected as the Greek Dj of the “Athens 2004 Olympic Games" and plays in the Olympic Village. Right after that and during 2005, he graces the decks of "Luv Club", the brand new underground dance hot spot of Athens, assuming the resident position.

 

Moreover, he further develops his DJ skills incorporating the use of new technologies, using the Stanton’s Final Scratch creating flawlessly music landscapes and continuously breathing dynamism into every DJ set, into his “intergalactic voyage into the realms of music, filled with melodies and feelings”. Each of his music selections is an integral piece of an individual story. What makes him stand out is his ability to successfully pick and introduce in his sets whatever groovy, uplifting and rhythmic sound, regardless of style. 

 

Since the Age of Innocence at FAZ and up to now, Petros Floorfiller’s story extends over more than 2 decades and is identified with the birth and growing-up of the Greek dance scene. His gigs on the decks from 1984 until today meant a great deal of unforgettable events for all those staunch clubbers and set the standard for Greek clubbing. 

Petros FLOORFILLER has appeared, among others, at the following clubs & festivals abroad Greece:

``Ministry of Sound`` London 1995
``AMNESIA`` Ibiza 1990/1998, 
``Pacha`` Ibiza 1995/1996, 2001
``Space`` Ibiza 1995/1996, 
``ASHRAM`` Florence-Italy 1994/1995/1996/1997
``Ultra Violet`` Italy 1997,
``INSOMNIA`` Toscana-Italy1995/1996/1997/1998
``CREAM`` Ibiza 1997/1998, 
``CREAM`` Liverpool-UK 1998 
``Faboula`` Italy 1998, 
``Unity Festival`` Zurich-Switzerland 1998, 
``Medinma Mediteranian Festival`` Marseille-France 1998, 
``Street Parade Festival`` Zurich-Switzerland 1999, 
``Labyrinth`` (resident) Zurich-Switzerland 1997/1998/1999.
``TENAX`` Florence - Italy 2002

Baleathens Residents
Sunshine Pedro

He is a connector, educator and traveller whose soulful music is chasing the sun , owner & resident of one of the most accredited summer clubs of Greece, with a history of 20 years, Cariocas House on the Beach.

Sunshine pedro Through the genres of Chicago , Detroit and N York house, with lacings of disco and all things rhythm, Sunshine Pedro is a connector, educator and traveller whose soulful music is chasing the sun as he brings love and celebration to those in the clubs and festivals before them.  Let’s keep it short. -Owner & resident of one of the most accredited summer clubs of Greece, with a history of 20 years, Cariocas House on the Beach.

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Founder of Odyssia Festival, the largest international festival dedicated to electronic dance music ever held in Greece.

 

As solo DJ, he have already crossed many frontiers of the electronic scene. From regular gigs throughout Europe playing alongside names such as Frankie Knuckles, Ron Trent and David Morales, Joe Claussell to residency at his infamous Cariocas Beach Bar in Greece, summer is just the beginning.

 

In winter however, his music has wandering between burning hot African Desert raves,through the underground clubs of Thailand and Cape town. Creating interesting dance concepts such as Odyssia Festival, House on the Beach and Walk The Night has also kept him busy.

 

While Odyssia Festival once a year transforms the lazy coastal area of Schinos Bay in Greece into an elaborate playground for some of the world's most revered house music artists, House on the Beach, is his residency the last 20 years bringing every Summer Sunday afternoon the quality House music in Greece and keeping alive the spirit of his mentors through his dance floor.

 

On top of this, Walk The Night was yet another extension of his musical teachings and featured in many a metropolis to flaunt the original beats of electronic America, proving that 30 years later, the sound of Detroit and Chicago will never find sleep.

 

Last but not least he is a member and co-founder of The Lovesick The first Greeks ever to participate at a Burn festival with a music live 14hour marathon performance of their band “The Lovesick”.

The project is consisted of pure analogue sounds and instruments played live and mixed with vinyl selections, mix-mastered out with ad-hoc digital effects. A cinematic atmosphere is created by the two story tellers and shared with the audience. Interaction instantly begins, aiming to “as one”, for all participating to the mystagogy. Pedro brought Mancuso to the Lovesick and Vassilis brought Ricardo Da Force. Those are the Lovesick mentors.

 

Driven by the feel of long durational marathon sets, the artists adjust to the environment and are inspired from the energy streams present in house, to create a unique set, each time they perform live. Lovesick is not just about music. It’s a way of living. We travel, love, live, cook, dream, play the Lovesick way and share the vibe with our friends and family, around the world.

 

And whether it floats through psychedelic sunsets, between urban club strobes or over the earth with dusk, the path is clear as he connect strangers, lovers and best friends through its organic and rhythmic sound.

 

About Balearic

The Spanish Balearic Islands are the birthplace of the house music subgenre known as balearic beat. It frequently incorporates disco, pop, and world music into its laid-back and chill vibe. With its easygoing style that is great for beach parties, lounging around the house, or hitting the dance floor, balearic beat has been a major force in electronic music since its rise to prominence in the late 80s. 

 

Balearic beat's top ten facts and statistics:

1. The Spanish island of Ibiza was the birthplace of balearic beat in the 1980s.

 

2. It is a fusion of house, disco, reggae, and other global musical styles.

 

3. DJs such as José Padilla and Alfredo Fiorito were instrumental in popularizing the genre.

4. The Balearic beat is distinguished by its eclectic and laid-back sound.

 

5. It had a significant impact on the development of early rave and acid house music scenes.

 

6. The term "Balearic" refers to the Balearic Islands where it originated.

 

7. The genre became well-known all over the world in the late 80s and early 90s.

 

8. Balearic music frequently features sounds reminiscent of tropical or beach settings.

9. Notable artists in the genre include A Man Called Adam and Sueno Latino.

10. Balearic beat continues to have an impact on contemporary electronic music.

SAFE SPACE POLICY

We just want to make sure that nobody is having a good time at the expense of anyone. Keep this simple guidelines to protect your dancing family.

  • No phone use on the dancefloor

  • The dance floor is for dancing, not conversation

  • No glowing/flashing clothes or items

  • Respect other people's space, no shuffling

  • Consent is mandatory

  • Zero tolerance for racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ableism or any form of discrimination

  • Take care of each other, alert our staff if somebody isn't feeling well

  • Violating the house rules will result in removal

Again, dance floor is for the dancers. Respect the dancers.

The space offers several points to get social beyond the dancefloor.

Bar is for serving drinks.

If you want to make extensive use of your phone, or any other personal device, please move to an area beyond the designated service points. 

Find the Club's Code of Conduct at the link below:   

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