Harry Nathan and his twin brother Boonie, have officially set a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for building the world’s Smallest Mobile Nightclub !
The Sydney twins Harry Nathan Labrakis and Evangelos ‘Boonie’ Labrakis have officially been crowned! GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS officials named their ‘Doof Shed‘ the world’s ‘Smallest mobile nightclub‘.
The brothers repurposed a corrugated metal shed. They turned it into a nightclub with a dancefloor that spans just 1.53m x 0.74m. It is equipped with a Focal sound system, Pioneer DJ setup, intelligent lighting, and a “Full Send” button. It also has a smoke machine, strobe, flashing lights, and lasers to emulate the full-body, sensory club experience.
Harry Nathan conceptualized the 1.5-meter club in order to provide one-on-one music experiences. He was also helped by his father and brother and won a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title.
“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. It is running the risk of having their events cancelled last minute due to COVID restrictions or sudden government lockdowns.” says Harry.
After the recent relaxing of Sydney’s COVID restrictions, the twins decided to open up the experience. Therefore, they exhibit the miniature club to the general public for one day!
You can discover it in the video just below: