DJ Paulette

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DJ Paulette
Born Manchester, United Kingdom
Genres House, electro house, fidget house, progressive house
Occupation(s) DJ
Years active 1990's - present
Website www.djpaulette.com
Members DJ Paulette

DJ Paulette[1] (born Paulette C.) is a Manchester born, English house music DJ. She is currently a resident for two radio programs on FG DJ Radio: Underground FG and Radio FG Paris France. In addition to her FG DJ Radio broadcasts, she also has a two hour monthly show on Pacha FM. She was Voted ‘Best DJette’ (French and International Scene) in the Burn FG MTV Dance Awards (2007 and 2010)

Career[edit]

Paulette played her first dj set at the No1 Club Manchester.[2][3] Her first residency was at the infamous Flesh nites promoted by Paul Con's [4] held at The Haçienda [5][6] Manchester (1991-1995), she then moved to London to play at the Garage club nite's at Heaven, followed by residencies atThe Zap Club (Brighton) and the Ministry of Sound[5] (London / International). In 1998 Paulette has also joined a long list of DJs and Producers in having her own Essential Mix, which aired on BBC Radio 1 on January 3, 1998.[7] She moved to Paris in December 2004 and secured a weekly residency with Radio FG (April 2005 – present) and the Mix Club (2005–09), Redlight (club) and Fashion TV (releasing two Fashion TV compilations). In October 2005 she mixed the Inaugural Mix Club Compilation which was released in February 2006. DJ Paulette also produces a weekly radio show for Radio FG; writes a monthly column for ‘Only For DJs’ magazine, has a monthly Pacha Radio residency, and is an official a&r scout for Data Records. Paulette has performed at the Solidays Parade in May 2005, Nuit Du Zapping at Bercy in November 2006, at Marche Des Fiertés for Radio FG in June 2007 and for the RDC Char at Techno Parade in July. In 2013 Paulette moved to Ibiza to take up a residency at ITACA in San Antonio and also hosted Vista Club at The Privilege in 2014 she was summer resident at the Ibiza Rocks Hotel.

Personal life[edit]

Paulette is sister of Former Coronation Street actress Lisa Lewis, who played Shirley Armitage from 1983-1989.

Residencies[edit]

Club's

  • Resident DJ-Ibiza Rocks-San Antonio-Ibiza-Spain Summer (2014)
  • Resident DJ-Itaca-San Antonio-Ibiza-Spain Summer (2013)
  • Resident DJ-Queens Club-Paris-France (2009-2013)
  • Resident DJ-The Mix Club-Paris-France (2005-2009)
  • Resident DJ – Ministry of Sound, International Tours (2000 – 2007)
  • Resident DJ-The Zap Club-Brighton-England (2001-2004)
  • Resident DJ-Garage at Heaven-London-England (1996-2000)
  • Resident DJ-Flesh at the Hacienda-Manchester- England (1991-1995)

Radio

  • Resident DJ-Virgin Radio-France (2014)
  • Resident DJ-Radio Hit-Cairo-Egypt (2014)
  • Resident DJ-Radio FG-Paris-France (2005–present)

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2014 Nominated – Best Female DJ at NRJ Awards
  • 2013 Nominated – Best Female DJ at NRJ Awards
  • 2010 DJ Paulette won the 'Best DJette' (French & International Scene) award at the Burn FG MTV Dance Awards.[8][9]
  • 2007 DJ Paulette won the 'Best DJette' (French & International Scene) award at the Burn FG MTV Dance Awards.[10]

Discography[edit]

  • Privilege Ibiza – Deep House Vista Club CD – (2013).
  • FG IBIZA Fever – Tool Room CD (2010).
  • MIX CLUB PARIS compilation – (February 2006).
  • FASHION TV compilation – Winter Session (December 2005).
  • FASHION TV compilation – (June 2005).
  • Azuli Present Space Ibiza 05 – a&r consultant & sleeve notes
  • Azuli Presents Miami 05 – sleevenotes (2005)
  • Azuli Presents Miami 04 – sleeve notes and A & R'd (2004)
  • 'Laugh' single signed to Automatic Records due for release.
  • Contributor – 'How To Be A DJ' book (Penguin) - (2002).
  • Azuli Presents Miami – (Azuli) a&r'ed (2002)
  • Azuli Presents Miami 2001 – (Azuli) a&r'ed (2001)
  • Must Be The Music (Nervous) mixed – released November (2001)
  • Clublife -(Polygram) mixed – Gold disc: sold in excess of 150,000 copies (1996)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "RIP DJ Mehdi". 2015. DJ Magazine. Retrieved 6 March 2015. 
  2. ^ "Paulette". 2009. Tittilate Webzine Switzerland. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  3. ^ "The No1 Club Reunion". 24 May 2014. Manchester Evening News. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  4. ^ "Flesh 12 Years Younger Reunion at Fac 251". 24 August 2010. Resident Advisor Webzine. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  5. ^ a b Potts, Diana. "Biography: DJ Paulette". Allmusic. Retrieved 10 July 2010. 
  6. ^ "Kath McDermott, Tim Lennox, Dave Kendrick, Paulette PHOTOGRAPH The Hacienda – 1992". 14 February 2015. Manchester District Archive. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  7. ^ "BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix Schedule". 28 February 1998. BBC Radio 1. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  8. ^ "Artist profiile: Paulette". 2012-2015. DJ Rankings.com. Retrieved 6 March 2015. 
  9. ^ "DJ PAULETTE - LOOK AHEAD". 2015. Resident Advisor Webzine. Retrieved 6 March 2015. 
  10. ^ "Paulette 22.05.2009 - La Villa Rouge Montpellier". 22 May 2009. Clubbing House Webzine. Retrieved 6 March 2015. 

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