Tallulah Goodtimes - Sunday 1st July 2012

Tallulah Goodtimes
Tallulah Goodtimes is the alter-ego of international spin sister SophieDJ and originator of the Swing-Me-Fit phenomena. 
What better way to bump-start your party heart than by warding off those Sunday morning hangovers with a dance-based workout? Swing -Me-Fit is contending to be the next big fitness phenomenon and you\'re gonna love it! We can\'t think of a less painful way to feel fit than by throwing shapes to the infectious, toe-tapping, foot-stomping, body popping sounds of 1920s and 30s swing. But no matter how much or how little effort you have left to invest, this fun routine will clear out the cobwebs, get those endorphins flowing and reconnect body with mind to get you ready for the Haselstock finale. And having invigorated your inner swing thing, why not pop along to see Tallulah Goodtimes for an afternoon DJ set which promises a cutting edge take on some vintage grooves. We\'ll be there!
Sophie\'s DJ career to date has taken her to some of the best clubs in the world - from Pacha London, Turnmills, The Cross, The Egg, 333, to Space Ibiza, and Ministry of Sound. She has spun on tours in India, at a club residency in Dubai, guest slots at festivals in Sicily, and clubs, beach parties, bars, and clubs in Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and Greece, Jordan, France, Egypt, and Turkey. Celebrity birthday parties feature in the mix, as do product launches for Stella McCartney. She has also worked with the IT Girls playing her unique mix of latin-infused house, electro and tribal beats. In short, she has to date carved a successful International career, respected for her solid technical abilities, knowledge of music, and strong work ethic.  She has supported stellar industry players such as Sister Bliss, Norman Jay, Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, Brandon Block, Grant Nelson, Tim Deluxe, Lottie, Seamus Haji, Sandy Rivera, Jo Mills, among many others along the way.
Now heading in a new musical direction, Tallulah Goodtimes bursts through the dusky shadows to bring Haselstock an eclectic mix of swing and electro-swing. She says \"It\'s the perfect music for festivals - fun and vintage, yet cutting edge. I guarantee the party-goers will love it!\".