Yolanda Be Cool @ SWEAT at the Bower
SWEAT & The Bower Presents
YOLANDA BE COOL (Sweat it out, Club Sweat)
FRIDAY MARCH 27
Joses Martin's birthday party!EARLY SUPPORT: Joses Martin & Polyesterday
VISUALS: Foxy Smulders
with design support from Kwin Kruikshank
$15 Early Bird (Limited)
DOORS 8PM, Half Price Cocktails 8-10PM
* YOLANDA BE COOL *
Hailing from Bondi beach Australia, Yolanda Be Cool keep it cool and let their music do the talking. Sure their track ‘We No Speak Americano’ was a #1 worldwide smash that sold over 5 million copies and gained 200 million Youtube views. But their continual hype releases and eclectic DJ sets that constantly surprise with around the globe have built them into long term veterans that have bridged the gaps between decades seemlessly from the 2000s to the 2020s.
In 2019 alone they released the smash nu-disco hit "Dance and Chant" (a remix of the 1979 Sam Jam disco track), an epic tech house remix of the classic "Space Jam" theme, a heavy remix of Purple Disco Machine's chart topper "Body Funk" ('music makes you lose control!) and their newest 2020 single "Tell Me Why" with Dillon Nathaniel.
They've collaborated with house heavyweights Crystal Waters Barbara Tucker, legendary soul singer Betty Wright, US up-and-comer Nola Darling, and iconic Australian indigenous artist Gurrumul. When they’re not making music, they co-own and do A&R for the Sweat It Out! Label, working with other acclaimed Australian artists such as RÜFÜS, What So Not, and Motez.
With collaborator DCUP they recorded the platinum-selling single ‘Sugar Man’ (following the release of the Rodriguez documentary Searching For Sugar Man). Their next track was ‘Soul Makossa (Money)’, which became a true song of the summer and ended up as Beatport’s 3rd biggest-selling house track of the year. At the start of 2016, Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP paid tribute to the Beatles by reworking Paul McCartney’s classic ‘From Me to You’ into a brand new summertime anthem.
Yolanda Be Cool’s sample-heavy party music is equally at home in the clubs or on the radio, and have crossover success without selling out. They have played to a crowd of 90,000 as a guest of the King of Morocco, but they can still feel at home in the smallest house club, mastering a mix of underground cool and pop sensibility that is rare to come by.