New Guiness World Record set for smallest mobile nightclub

The dancefloor measures just 74cm x 153cm

With the pandemic pushing the dance music community to try new things amidst all the government regulation and red tape, singer-songwriter Harry Nathan, also signed to Berlin’s Majestic Casual label, and his twin brother Boonie came out with a revolutionary new idea.

Called the ‘Doof Shed’, the two party legends have been gifted a Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest mobile night club, measuring only 76.5cm x 152.1cm and with a height of 188cm – good luck getting in if you’re over 6ft2in!

The ‘Doof Shed’ is equipped with a Focal sound system, Pioneer DJ setup, intelligent lighting and a “Full Send” button, which activates a smoke machine, strobe, flashing lights and lasers to emulate the full club experience.

This beats the previous world record holders, Rotherham’s ‘Club 28’ which came in at around 2m x 1.5m – a tight enough squeeze as it is.

Both Harry Nathan and Boonie aren’t new to the dance music scene though. Harry Nathan has released music on Majestic Casual and Kitsuné Musique with lo-fi and laid-back disco tunes, while Boonie is preparing for his debut EP.

“Dance music culture continues to experience setbacks worldwide, with music festivals and nightclubs closing or being cancelled at a rapid rate. The landscape has become very difficult for promoters to schedule future events, running the risk of having their events cancelled last minute due to COVID restrictions or sudden government lockdowns”

Harry Nathan

Check out the video of the miniature club below.

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