For the third installment, very special guests Supernova (Defected) & Shlomi Aber (Cocoon / Ovum) head proceedings with special guests Simi (Scit-Tec), Gel Abril (Get Physical) & John Made (Snatch!) also in the house. And of course the London / Italian family represents with Gianni Scotto, Diego cK Family, Thanksmate & Miky J.
Their live dj sets showcases a blend of tech, funk and acid house, coming from their dj’s and musicians past careers transformed now into an exclusive sound which is a real style, their own brand.
Supernova's productions are always characterized by their personal atmosphere. Their powerful grooves, sounds and the original and eclectic style in finding arrangements, have now become a point of reference.
Supernova's music is released by some important labels like Lapsus Music, Defected, Great Stuff, Tronic, Bla Bla, Stereo Productions, Strictly Rhythm….
SHLOMI ABER www.residentadvisor.net/dj/shlomiaber
Recognized as one of the main techno pioneers and influential artists of the recent time, Shlomi has the kind of impact usually reserved for inbound meteors, the reason for which is buried in a ground swell of genre-defying appreciation and support. a comment taken from a recent “Radio 1” interview provides a probable insight as to why his productions are hitting such a broad mark, “No matter if it’s hard or soft, it just needs to touch your mind, body and soul at the same time. That's what I call a ‘Good Record’.”
GEL ABRIL www.residentadvisor.net/dj/gelabril
Talking about the new age of techno, Gel Abril’s –a.k.a roy brizman name has been undoubtedly one of the most presents names on the underground movement lips. Debuting with Remix’s for Shlomi Aber - on labels such as "Ovum" (Freakside) and "Renaissance" (Moods) - Gel started building his own profile with original material for his home based label: Be As One Imprint.
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