DJ turns tables on ca­reer with Molly

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - CLUBBING -

Ger­vais (pic­tured) is the name re­spon­si­ble for Molly – the hard-house sin­gle which has been send­ing crowds wild around the world since its re­lease in April. Molly’s heavy bass and in­fec­tious mid­sec­tion also caught the at­ten­tion of in­dus­try heavy­weights – Madonna an­nounced the song on stage at Ul­tra Mu­sic Fes­ti­val in front of thou­sands of peo­ple and BBC Ra­dio 1’s Pete Tong played it on air three times in a row. Ger­vais, a French-born Amer­i­can-based DJ and pro­ducer, says Molly is a love story about a girl in the form of a club-smash. He says the track is get­ting more and more at­ten­tion with top ra­dio play and club spins each week. Ger­vais has been mix­ing dance tunes since he was 14 years old. When he was 15, he moved to Miami, in the US, to purse a ca­reer as a DJ. Ger­vais, who heads to the Gold Coast this week­end, con­tin­ues to make a name for him­self in dance mu­sic’s fast-grow­ing DJ move­ment in the US.

Cedric Ger­vais plays Plat­inum Night­club, in Broad­beach, on Satur­day night.

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