In Gabriel Szatan's own words: And it’s a testament to Mancunian hardiness that hundreds brave the arctic conditions to cavort to local hero DJ Paulette doling out fruity house numbers on an alfresco terrace.
Kamila Rymajdo writes about Manchester's thriving club scene and cites 10 of the best djs who she thinks should be on your radar. This article ran on Redbull Online February 2019.
realpauletteMarch 18, 2019
Last Wednesday (October 3rd) I took part in the Skiddle Mental Health event that was held at Joshua Brookes. The focus of the discussion was a poll that Skiddle had commissioned, drawing some staggering statistics from a sample of events workers, organisations and promoters regarding the effects their work / jobs have on their mental health.
realpauletteOctober 8, 2018
Here's 'Homecoming' a short film supporting my cover feature by Matt T and Intern Magazine in association with Ace and Tate. I talk about music, family, fashion and Manchester. Promoting the launch party at the new Ace and Tate store in Manchester (02/08/2018) and the arrival of the new issue (limited edition run) of Intern magazine. Quick watch. Big heart.…
realpauletteAugust 2, 2018
Here's me waxing lyrical about life, the world and my dj universe in the May issue of DJ Magazine. Words by Carl Loben, Picture by Annapurna Mellor Photography.
realpauletteMay 16, 2018
Massive thanks to The A-Magazine for including me in their round up of Manchester Women Of The Year. It is a massive honour yet also very humbling to be considered in such esteemed company. I can't lie, it feels so good to get some recognition for what I do, and especially in my hometown.
realpauletteMarch 13, 2018
Here is a lovely Kamila Rymajdo interview that is online now at http://theskinny.co.uk - it's about me, of course. And Manchester. And Pride.
realpauletteJuly 31, 2017
Saturday October 3rd TO EXCEL, NOT COMPETE WORD OF THE DAY (Collins 2008) PASADO ADJECTIVE Past, Bad, Overdone, Out of date NOUN MASCULINE Past, Atelier Noun A Workshop or studio, especially of an artist, artisan or designer https://youtu.be/yyhL0ioST_U The opening notes of Otis Redding’s ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ are playing in my head. Since I was small…
PauletteAugust 19, 2016
TO BE USEFUL NOT USED SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfWlot6h_JM Shake it off yeah, just like Taylor Swift. So shower. Then join me on Saturday evening in the Treehouse at the Zoo Project at Gala Night, Benimussa. From the decor to costumes to the dancers to the artisans, the healers and the djs, this is one of my favourite outdoor party…
PauletteApril 16, 2016
I have always had a deep love and respect for poetry: TS Eliot's 'Macavity - The Mystery Cat' http://tiny.cc/9it0ex thrilled me as a child and later Shakespeare's sonnets http://www.shakespeare-online.com/sonnets/17.html and plays 'Othello', 'Hamlet', 'Macbeth', 'The Tempest', 'Richard III', 'A Midsummer Nights Dream', 'The Merchant of Venice', 'The Taming of The Shrew' and 'The Twelfth Night' introduced me to history, fantasy,…
PauletteApril 28, 2014
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQvs9tmzWtEThey say if you can survive the winter then you are meant to be here. It’s not so much that it’s an expedition worthy of polar or arctic preparations but Ibiza is financially a summer seasonal island ergo winters here are, economically, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually testing. Everything here that you once considered important – the post office, the bank, the…
PauletteApril 27, 2014
Why don't people say 'thank you' as much as they say 'sorry'? Is it because they feel more comfortable making excuses or apologising for something rather than being grateful and / or expressing gratitude? We say 'sorry' when we make simple mistakes, or step through a door at the same time as someone else, or if we talk over friends…
realpauletteFebruary 9, 2014