It’s been said that when you first get a job in the industry, you have to get used to being in a club.
But when it comes to the best dance parties around the world, you may not even know the name of the music you are working with.
The ABC’s Breakfast Club series aims to help you find the best breakfast club in your area.
As the title suggests, the series looks at the best club dances in the world.
The Breakfast Club is a series of six songs featuring the likes of The Rolling Stones, Bruno Mars, The Beach Boys, Justin Timberlake, and much more.
For this series, ABC’s Head of Dance, Mark Lewis, teamed up with the DJ duo the Flying Tigers to create a unique mix of club tunes.
It was a mix of tracks with a different flavour.
“The Flying Tigers and the Breakfast club are just two of the acts we’ve been working with on this project,” Lewis said.
“There are lots of artists who have a very specific style, which we’ve chosen to work with, and we’ve also found some really fun, catchy and exciting music that has a bit of everything.”
They are all really good, but also very different in their sound.
“There’s a lot of things that go into making a good breakfast club.
There’s a different feel to them, the quality of the songs, and the sound they have, which is what makes a good dance party.”
And the music they choose is just one part of that.
“A unique mixThe series is being produced by the Flying Tiger’s DJ duo, the Flying Trains.”
We’ve always wanted to create music for a good brunch and to create some new tunes, and with this one, we did that,” Lewis explained.”
It was just a great mix of the best of what we had.
And it just so happens that Bruno Mars has just been coming out with his new album and we thought we’d try something new and different.
“He really nailed it.
We were actually surprised by how well he played the music and he brought the best out of the group.”
The Flying Tranes and the Flying TonesThe Flying Tone is the latest of many Breakfast Club tunes to have been featured in the series.
The series has also seen the arrival of some of the most famous dance music DJs in the business.
The Flying Tiger and the Dancing Tigers are both in their 30s, while The Flying Trones is a veteran.
The pair has been a regular fixture at the club since the 1990s, and has also appeared on some of Breakfast Club’s most popular nights, including “The Breakfast Clubs Dance”, “Club Penguin Dance” and “Salsa Dance Club”.
The Flying Tiggers, who have been a fixture at many Breakfast Clubs, have also contributed to the series, with the group performing “The FlyingTones Breakfast Club”.
“I think it’s very interesting to see the different styles that people come up with, because it’s kind of like a new world for them,” Lewis continued.
“You might have an older guy playing in a really fun song that’s a little bit older, but the younger people will be really into it.”
If we have a song like ‘Club Penguin’ by Bruno Mars that is really energetic, and there’s some really interesting songs by the flying tigers, it’s really fun to be a part of.””
It’s a really unique place, really different to anything you’d find anywhere else in Australia.