Saturday 08 4 2017
22:30:00 - 00:00:00(Berlin (DE)) - concert
"Lucijan made music for some years and then we became a couple and then he showed me how to produce and since then we have fun and make music together."
00:00:00 - 01:00:00(Sweden) - concert
Swedish/Yugoslavian artist Ana Rab, better known by her stage name GNUČČI is an exuberant vocalist/rapper/performer/songwriter establishing a name for herself with her unique take of club music. It is undeniable dance music but it’s also pop for a new decade, rich with many textures and sounds. Most simply put, GNUČČI i uses her interest in a wide field of styles and musical spaces to make bombastic bass-oriented songs. Whether you are hit by her energetic cadence, witty raps or her charming voice and hooks, GNUČČI is proving herself a vital voice in music and a must-see as a live performer!
01:00:00 - 03:00:00(London (UK)) - dj
Wonderland magazine wrote this : "DJ Sonikku ramped up the music production and DJing after moving to London and started making waves with the island-hopping house of 2015’s Secret Island (released via Lobster Theremin sublabel Distant Hawaii). His skill as a producer comes from his ability to piece together disparate yet familiar sounds to create tracks that are immensely fresh yet rooted in a grand musical tradition."
A childhood obsession with Sega games ended up being the basis for his music career. Tony Donson uses the Sega Mega Drive’s Yamaha YM2612 sound chip to make 16-bit house tracks with a distinct ‘80s slant, NYC-inspired house and Italo-tinged jams. He was # 10 on Mix Mag Magazine's best new artists of 2016.
03:00:00 - 05:00:00(Brussels (BE)) - dj
Bruce Botnik was born in the cold winter of 1985 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, where his father at the time was doing research on Polyvinylchloride. From his mother, the famous hippie model Sky Larissa Evans, he inherited the love for music and single malt bourbon.
At the age of only ten, Bruce played the cello, bass drum and the piano, in which he excelled. In doing so, the Queen of England invited him to play Dvorak on her birthday party at Buckingham Palace. When asked for a comment, Bruce stated: "She's a MILF." On October 6th 1998 at about 4 a.m. after witnessing a Dj Derek gig, the thirteen year old Bruce Botnik started dj-ing on the beer-drenched pick-up in a nearby striptease bar his oncle owned.
Growing older and more skilled, he exchanged his public of strippers and transvestites for steaming parties all over Europe. Mixing electro with EBM, rave, dubstep and the Doors, Bruce enjoys setting a dancefloor on fire as much as making analogue pictures of old people and genitals. He needs no more than a bottle and a decent blowjob to stirr up a crowd with pounding sweaty music.
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