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Let us turn back the clock to the EDM era of 2012, we were likely all listening to a lot of Avicii, Steve Aoki, Knife Party and for you Triple J hipsters you had probably just discovered Flume but right at the tail end of 2012 we saw the bounce legend to be aka Will Sparks hit #3 on the Beatport overall chart with ‘Ah Yeah!’ it was from this moment that the story of Will Sparks started to unfold.

Even if you wanted to (but we can’t imagine why) you can’t miss the infectious smile, luscious pink locks and the party attitude of one of our favourite party-enthusiast residents Clueless.

Sydney’s newest clubbing destination, Ministry of Sound Club at ivy, has welcomed the likes of Peking Duk and Boy George already since opening its doors in June, now the club is set to fire up August with an array of international and local headliners.

Over the past 12 months, Gold Coast producer Paces has become one of the biggest names in Dance music in Australia. After releasing his debut album ‘Vacation’, Paces has gone on to appear at most major Aussie music festivals, toured with the likes of Dillon Francis, Marshmello and Illy

Hopefully you saw Darude when he had a massive Australian tour last year, if you didn't then you better prepare yourself for August! When it comes to Darude if we are 100% honest with ourselves, at some point in our lives we have raved to Sandstorm. 

If you’re reading this you obviously know that Ministry of Sound Club has found itself a brand new home in the city of Sydney at one of the most iconic venues in Australia, the ivy, We’re bringing the clubbing ethos of our London set up right to your doorstep.

It was the Summer of 1990 when the Ministry of Sound club was conceptualised, after Justin Berkmann had snuck into a derelict looking bus garage on Gaunt Street in Elephant & Castle, South East London.  It was here that Ministry of Sound Club was born.

Ministry of Sound Club at ivy every Saturday night