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Tous les chiens sont gris, la nuit, à Paris
Photography exhibition by Danilo Samà

567 July 2024
Deviant Disco (Summer Camp #2)
Music Festival at the Domaine de Coubillou

Deviant Disco and Sofa Club join forces over the weekend to bring you an intimate pop-rock and electronic festival at the Domaine de Coubillou in the Hérault region. The festival will take place over three days, during which dj sets and live performances will follow one another to offer you a unique musical experience that will close with a pool party on Sunday afternoon.

Summer Camp #2
It is after lockdown that Deviant Disco launched the first edition of the Summer Camp: a bunch of music lovers, keen on pop music but also on cutting-edge electro sounds, gathered for three days in an old mansion in the south-west of France. Two years after, we decided to start it over and to launch a second edition dedicated to Italian music, by inviting the most Italian of French pop-singers, Alex Rossi, and the electronic music duo La Notte di Parigi, plus some djs close to Deviant Disco’s aesthetics. We will offer you a unique experience of a long weekend in a charming mansion with a swimming pool situated in a vineyard: the Domaine de Coubillou. Get your tickets now, so that you and your friends can enjoy an exceptional venue near Béziers.

Domaine de Coubillou
Just 40 minutes from Béziers and the nearest beach (Valras), the Domaine de Coubillou is set in the heart of the Haut Languedoc Regional Nature Park, surrounded by vineyards and mountains. It is a magical place, built in the 17th century near the Gorges d’Héric, one of the most beautiful gorges in France carved out of gneiss. (www.coubillou.fr)


Friday 5 July 2024 h. 19:00-02:00
Alex Rossi (live)
Sinema aka Kiko (dj set)
Deviant Disco (dj set)

Saturday 6 July 2024 h. 19:00-02:00
La Notte di Parigi (live)
Melle Caro (dj set)

Sunday 7 July 2024 h. 13:00-21:00 (Pool Party)
Sofa Club (dj set)
Eva Peel + Deviant Disco All Stars (dj set)

▪ Photography exhibition by
Danilo Samà (“Tous les chiens sont gris, la nuit, à Paris”)
VJ David Brunner

Deviant Disco
Deviant Disco is an artistic collective based in Paris, founded in 2013 by Eva Peel. Deviant Disco where the desire to explore an electronic sound that is off the beaten track. It is something that sounds like disco but is not disco. The collective advocates a free party and queer values. Deviant Disco is a variable-geometry collective that brings together djs, video artists, set designers and performers. Deviant Disco is also a record label and event promoter. (deviantdisco.space)

Sofa Club
Sofa Club is an itinerant collective from the Hérault region that organises convivial events throughout the year in the quarries of a castle, the Domaine de Coubillou. Activists in the local digger scene, they perform at festivals and parties all over the south-east of France. (www.instagram.com/sofa_club34)

Alex Rossi
Alex Rossi is a singer and songwriter of Italian origin from the Gers region. He has been described as “the most Italian of French singers”. He moved to Paris in 1993, where he began working in the cinema and television industry, and continued as a self-taught songwriter. In 1997, he made his debut, initially signing a contract with Mercury. Over the next few years, he began writing songs for other artists, including Axel Bauer, Dick Rivers and David Hallyday. The artistic turning point came in 2012, when, rediscovering his “rital” origins, he began releasing singles and music videos in Italian. He enjoyed success with the release of his debut album “Domani è un’altra notte”, published by Kwaidan Records in 2019. The singles, music videos and remix EPs for “Tutto va bene quando facciamo l’amore” and “Faccia a faccia” are an internationally acclaimed success. (linktr.ee/alexrossi)

Sinema aka Kiko
Key figure on the electronic scene, Kiko has been delighting fans of electronic music for two decades. The adventure began in the 1990s in Grenoble, where Kiko made numerous collaborations on labels such as Goodlife and Ozone Records with French and international artists including The Hacker, Oxia and Miss Kittin. His eclectic discography blends melodic techno and indie dance and includes a number of hits: the French touch hit “World Cup”, released in 1998, “Beautiful Place”, ranked by Mixmag in the top 10 most-played tracks at Coachella in 2015, and “Living in space”, produced with Dave Davis in collaboration with Phoebe Killdeer, lead singer of The Avener. He has even collaborated with David Guetta under his alias Jack back. Backed by some of the biggest names on the global electro scene (Tale Of Us, Solomun), he has released a string of tracks on the most prestigious labels: Afterlife, Dynamic, Watergate, Stil vor Talent, Bedrock, and Bordello a Parigi. (linktr.ee/signaturebykiko)

La Notte di Parigi
La Notte di Parigi was born in 2018, the result of a meeting between musician FK Club and singer Eva Peel. A few years earlier, Marc had remixed “Silenzio”, a track from Eva’s previous project, Theremynt. The two artists combine their musical and cinematic influences to write a four-handed story where cold wave, italo-disco, rock and synth pop come together. After being released on Bandcamp via Deviant Disco, they have just signed to Kwaidan Records and are distributed by Wagram Music. (www.soundcloud.com/lanottediparigi)

Melle Caro
For Caroline Laher, it all started when she was twenty years old in Perpignan, where she opened a record store and began to fulfill her passion for music. Very quickly she became interested in a new emerging trend that would change the whole society: electronic music. Mademoiselle Caro then decided to move to Paris to boost her career as an artist. In a few years, she became one of the main figures of the French electronic scene and ended up for more than eight years as a resident dj at Rex Club, Paris temple of electronic music. She was also one of the resident dj at the famous Pulp club in Paris. Thoughout the years, she has been invited to perform all over the world (Milan, London, Berlin, Barcelona, Dakar, Tahiti, New Caldonia, Moscow) and produced the essential “Far away” on Crosstown Rebels record label, then two albums: “Pain Disappears” and “Left” on Buzzin’ Fly (Ben Watts from Everything but the girl record label), as well as numerous remixes and collaborations. Melle Caro has been in charge of programming Rosa Bonheur’s venue for several years, she also played frequently on the famous Parisian venues. She is now back in her hometown in Perpignan. (www.instagram.com/itsmademoisellecaro)

Eva Peel
Founder of Deviant Disco, a collective whose aim is to bring together djs and producers who share passion for deviant music. Eva Peel is first and foremost a 360° dj, whose playlists surprise you while making you dance. Also a singer, after ten years with the Theremynt project, she is now collaborating with FK Club on the duo La Notte di Parigi. Influenced by italo disco, new wave, dark disco and cosmic, Eva Peel’s sets are always unique and catchy. (www.soundcloud.com/eva-peel)

Danilo Samà
Originally from Rome (Italy, 1984), Danilo Samà has lived abroad for the past fifteen years, between Aarhus (Denmark), Rotterdam (The Netherlands), Ghent (Belgium), Hamburg (Germany), Toulouse (France), and Brussels (Belgium). Active in the music industry for twenty years, he currently lives and works in Paris (France), where his clicks portray the night music scene and collaborates with both French and Italian artists (in a “rital” fashion). His photographs are regularly published in newspapers and magazines. Realness is the key element of his photographic aesthetics/research. “Tous les chiens sont gris, la nuit, à Paris”, title of his itinerant photography exhibition, summarizes the work of latest years in 20 shots, chosen differently from his collection for each exhibition (as happens with the setlist of a concert). (www.danilosama.ph)

David Brunner
As a video artist and designer, he works with a number of institutions, private structures and communications agencies that rely on his skills. His experience enables him to work in a variety of fields, including video scenography, multimedia production, graphic design and development, event logistics and promotion. A VJ (video jockey) on the electronic music scene, his work as a visual artist exploits all media, with no hierarchy of genre. His environments are made up of paintings, sculptures, wall decors, photographs, digital animations and more. He readily borrows from both popular culture and scientific domain. (www.davidbrunner.fr)


Only 200 tickets available:

▪ 3-day pass and accommodation on HelloAsso:

▪ Pass Day 1 (Friday) on Shotgun:

▪ Pass Day 2 (Saturday) on Shotgun:

▪ Pass Day 3 (Sunday) on Shotgun:

Parking available and private mini-bus shuttle service available (Béziers train station→Domaine de Coubillou) for up to 8 people (supplement)

Domaine de Coubillou
2, route de Bédarieux
34240 Lamalou-les-Bains
Website: www.coubillou.fr
Facebook: www.facebook.com/domainedecoubillou
Instagram: www.instagram.com/domainecoubillou
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A sunny music festival ideal for kicking off the summer in Dolce Vita mode. We look forward to seeing you there!



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