BEAT OF ST. PETERSBURG IN THE HOUSE
Musician, DJ and art director for signature Igrateka club before 2013. Paul is an author and anchor of Deep Connection show on radio Monte Carlo. Producing released for UK labels Made Fresh Daily and All Over It, Moscow-based What's In The Box, he has become more noticable with the new single remixed by Volta Cab and featured at Maya Jane Coles' special mix in London Fabric club.
Over 15 years, Alexander is well-known for dynamic djing manner and took up the most of the local scene - artistic to luxury ones. A sound designer, author of fashion show soundtracks and boutique compilations, he is the one to support best model agencies and producer's events. Loyal resident of W St. Petersburg music programs.
Electronic Gallery events ideologist, a promoter and an editor of music portals Electronika.spb.ru and Geometria.ru as well as invited DJ at a spectrum of local fashionable nights.
House DJ, whose musical taste was formed through jazz and funk.
Perceiving DJing as a hobby for a few years managed to play on many city top sites.
He played at the opening of clubs and was a resident of the "Santa Barbara Club", "Sydney Beach Club", "Eclipse Bar".
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recommend this hotel
I’ve stayed at the W from August 19th through September 2nd. I planned on staying there a week but I enjoyed the hotel so much that I decided to extend my stay! The hotel is in the perfect location, close to everything the city has to offer. My room was specious and the bed was very comfortable. The hotel staff was extremely polite and very helpful. The rooftop bar is amazing with the gorgeous view, highly recommend during warm days.
The only two cons that I can point out is that you better bring your own soap and shampoo, I wasn’t fond of their ‘Bliss’ products. The other is when one day the tip for room service was taken without any cleaning being done. When I mentioned it, few minutes later apologetic manager came up with the frightened housekeeper, to go over the incident. It wasn’t a really comfortable nor a necessary conversation. I would have handled it differently, by sending a short apology note and maybe a complementary drink at the bar…
Finally, a special thanks goes to Dima at the downstairs bar. Couldn’t have asked for a better start to my days with a perfectly made macchiato and a delightful conversation. Keep up the good work and I’ll be visiting soon!