Sydney Twins Crowned with Guinness World Record ‘Smallest Mobile Nightclub’

Over the past year and change, the pandemic has pushed ravers and electronic lovers to try new things and really think outside the box. With so many regulations and red tape, and just as COVID dealt its final blow to the club scene, singer-songwriter Harry Nathan and his twin brother came out with a revolutionary new concept.

The two legends have been granted a Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest mobile night club measuring just over a meter-squared and entitled the ‘Doof Shed’. (The external measurements of the “Doof Shed” are 0.765 meters x 1.521 meters and with a height of 1.88 meters.)

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 body, sensory club experience.

“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,” says Harry.

Check out the amazing record and two guys setting up the ‘Doof Shed’ night club below: