Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | October 13, 2009
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Fiction hosts Brand New Machine - 'Paparazzi' with DJ Bob Sinclar

It's a full house in Fiction for a performance from one of the world's top DJs.

Last Wednesday, New Kingston hot spot Fiction Lounge saw the birthday celebration of Steve 'Mystic Urchin' Wilson. The event was the latest instalment of Wilson and co-founder Farenheit's weekly avant-garde party, Brand New Machine, held every Wednesday at Fiction.

Last week's edition was dubbed 'Paparazzi', a name that proved most fitting with the flashing lights that accompanied the host of celebrities at the event.

The night saw appearances from popular personalities such as Beenie Man, Alaine, Cecile, Nyanda from Brick & Lace and Carolyn Yapp, Miss Jamaica Universe 2009. Special guest DJ, world-renowned Frenchman, Bob Sinclar, rocked the house into the early hours with a string of pop, electronica, house and dancehall hits.

Hands in the air! Kevin Sean Bourke shows his appreciation for Bob Sinclar's DJ mastery.

It's all smiles for Craig Powell, one of the directors of Fiction Lounge.

Carolyn Yapp (left), Miss Jamaica Universe 2009, and top makeup artist Loni Jones take a quick break from partying to strike a pose for the camera.

The night also marked the birthday celebration of Steve Wilson (second left), shown here with his Brand New Machine co-founder Farenheit (right) and friends, Rhain Sibbles (left) and Aicha Sangelli.

Fiction Lounge director, Ard Jarrett (right), awaits the arrival of the night's special guest with girlfriend, Justine Madden.

Fashion stylist Kaysian Wilson (left) with Ce'cile, one of the many celebrities who were on hand for the memorable night.

Bob Sinclar captivates the crowd with his hits, 'World, Hold On', 'Love Generation' and 'What I Want'.

Photos courtesy of SociaLingua, www.socialingua.com. cSociaLingua

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