Cape Town, Competitions, Events — October 22, 2013 at 08:55



As Halloween approaches…….

The Warehouse Movement,
Strange Loving
& the Royal Family
have teamed up to create the biggest, scariest Halloween party that Cape Town has ever seen.



★NTFO (Diynamic, Get Physical, Exploited)
★Mihai Popoviciu (Highgrade, Poker Flat, Noir)


★Full Red Bull Sound System
★Monster Sized bar area
★Outdoor Smoking Lounge
★Face Painters

Freaky selection of local Talent:

★Crazy White Boy (Strange Loving)
★Dave Ireton (Strange Loving)
★Guy Herman (Truth)
★Ronald Rowley (The Warehouse Movement)
★Dakin Auret (The Warehouse Movement)
★Jimmy Chronic (The Royal Family)
★Kanan K7 (The Royal Family)

Prizes for the best dress boy & girl.

Early Bird: R100
Late Bird : R150
Door : R200

Tickets available from:
Pulse Radio

& Quicket

Hailing from Jimbolia – a small town in Romania, Dani and Robert are the DJ and production duo who call themselvesNTFO. Why NTFO? Well, before they started to create music, they used to perform as a DJ act in their hometown club “Dolce Vita”, each under a different moniker – NTQ (Dani) and Fort (Robert). After a few years of spinning the decks in clubs here and there, the boys knew they had to take a step further into the electronic music industry and so they decided to produce their own unique sound, the sound of colorful deep house music, the sound of NTFO. The name is simply a result of their former aliases combined, using two letters from each.
Bursting onto the scene in January 2010 with the release of their first vinyl album, their records began to fly higher than expected, landing in the hands of some of the world’s best electronic music producers: “Allure” caught the eye of the Diynamic chief, Solomun who later on added them to his DIY Agency, while “Troops” entered Marco Carola’s sets and “Filter” peaked at #2 on Richie Hawtin’s beatport chart in 2009. Spring blossomed with the release of a new EP, hooked with three original tracks and a remix of Czubala Marcin from 8 bit, when in autumn the pair contributed toH.O.S.H.’s “Cash the Chord” EP with their own remix of the track, besides Audiojack and 360.
2011 brings Rhadow into the picture along with the “Conclusions” EP released on Sintope Digital Records, however in February, together with Optick, NTFO signed “Tremble” at Sintope Vinyl. The EP encompassed remixes from Alex Piccini & Older, Mucky Pups and Rhadow. Even before its official launch, the material was already supported by leading names in the industry like Joseph Capriati, Loco Dice, Lauhaus, Audiojack, Butch and Tom Budden. As the fall came again, Dani and Robert threw a new track on Diynamic records, “Feelings” – perhaps one of their hottest, most loveable tracks until now.
In February 2012 the much-hyped duo produced another stupefying track, in collaboration with H.O.S.H. and Malonda. “High”, featured on Diynamic 055 obviously lifted them up, whereas with its 58th announcement, the Hamburg-based label presented a three-track “Various Artists” EP which exposed “Nobody Else” – a collab between NTFO and Netherlands export Karmon. With its bouncy bassline and rhythmic pulse highlighted by spherically playful notes, the melody takes you on a wonderful journey, casting a spell over your dancing soul.
With the beginning of 2013, NTFO haughtily announced the launch of a new label, Jargon, a sublabel for Sintope Digital. The imprint looks to further showcase the latter of underground music, creating a sound which Robert describes as “rather old-school house, or maybe even techno”. Moreover, this year the boys prepare “Slagare vol.4”, another outstanding EP in collaboration with Rhadow (due out in April). In spring we’ll also see the first drop on Jargon, besides another one of their top-notch productions for Diynamic.
Romania’s electronic music industry is growing and NTFO are flowering! Keep an eye out for the two, they could be spinning around the country, or in Germany, the UK, Netherlands, Switzerland or even Brazil!

★Mihai Popoviciu >>>
Mihai Popoviciu, from Sibiu in Romania, is considered one of the most innovative eastern European producers of electronic music today. He was born in Romania in 1981 and was drawn to the fast-growing rave scene of the 90′s. He started producing music in 2001 being influenced by the techno and house virus and it took many years of experiments untill he came up with his first vinyl release on DJ Hell’s imprint Gigolo Records in 2005. Since then he has steadily added chapters to his personal success story with solo projects and those with partners like Markus Homm or Jay Bliss. In June 2007, his EP “First Contact” was released on Pascal Feos’ label Level Non Zero Recordings.

Mihai joined the Highgrade family together with Markus Homm in late 2007 and from then on the duo have had several successful releases on the Berlin based imprint like “Deaf Sniper”, “Lagoon” or “Urban Ballroom”. In 2009 the discographic activity of Mihai got very intense with releases on highly respected european labels such as Fear Of Flying, Hudd Traxx, Bang Bang or Diynamic. The club hit Bis Co (produced together with Markus and Jay Bliss) was featured in all major dance charts across Europe and confirmed once again his fine producing skills. When teaming up with Jay Bliss the duo call themselves Hermannstadt Collective, a dj and producing team that has made big waves on the dancefloors all over the world with tracks like “Raw Fruit”, “Thirst Day” or “Safety Match”. Mr. Popoviciu is the kind of producer that likes to innovate and to allways refine his varied sound pallette surprising the audience in the best way.

It’s not a big surprise that Mihai’s reputation as a DJ grew fast in the past years taking him to Europe’s most important clubs and venues. His flavourous dj sets have a distinctive peronal touch delivering you a perfectly balanced mixture of groovy beats, warm pads and musical emotiones that will get you addicted.

39 Manhattan Street, Airport Industria

★ Shuttle service:
R30 each way from Sea Point Library starting at 8pm

Directions from Cape Town:
Take N2 toward the Airport. Turn left onto the Airport approach road. Just before
the Airport take a left off Airport approach road for Borcherds Quarry Road.
At the robot turn right into Borcherds Quarry Road. At second robot turn right into Michigan Street.
Then right into Manchesters Street. Then left into Manhattan Street # 39.

Directions from Sommerset West
Take N2 towards the Airport, take Nyanga turnoff. Turn left onto Borcherds Quarry Road. At 3rd robot turn left into Michigan Street. Then right into Manchester Street. Then left into Manhattan Street # 39.

 Competition Time:

Win one of FIVE double tickets to The Haunted Warehouse.

All you have to do is like this post and then comment below telling us who you would like to see these cool cats bring down to their next party!

Winners announced on the 25th!



  1. I’d LOVE to see Elmundo! C’mon cool kids ;)

  2. Coolest cats, bring justin Martin down please!
    or even Dusky…hmm there’s so many i’m sure you will make a good choice either way ;)

  3. It is too difficult to choose.
    Elmundo and Dusky would be sick.
    I would Kill to hear Nicholas Jaar live.
    Also Disclosure would be pretty FANFUCKINGTASTIC.
    YOH. Now i can’t wait for Friday.
    I have my outfit ready!

  4. Elmundo and Dusky. Also… I am leaving the country on saturday the 26th my flight is at 7am, so I’m just gonna stay at the airport. Gonna fly in my halloween costume!! I think I deserve to win tickets. I really do.

  5. Elmundo and Dusky :)

  6. Elmundo and Dusky

  7. I think Nico Jaar would perform one of his best sets ever in Cape Town.
    ELDOKO and the Gottwood Caravan from the UK
    MOVE D
    Bruno Schmidt

  8. Goldfish!!!!

  9. Louken Poggenpoel
    stephen meester
    liz rubidge
    Megan Taljaard
    Jessica Oosthuizen

    You have all been added to the guest list plus 1!

    See you later :)

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