12 midnight: Deetron (Character, Switzerland)
Style: Electronic music
Part of the music scene for more than two decades, Deetron has performed in clubs and festivals around the world. His three-deck sessions, remixes and wide range of productions are much appreciated worldwide. Deetron really masters the art of mixing, vinyl records being a fundamental ingredient in his creative output.
In 2013, Deetron came to the forefront of house and techno music, without connections to any labels. His second album, Music Over Matter, included dance floor songs recorded with special guests from the house and techno scene: Hercules & Love Affair, Seth Troxler, Ovasoul, George Maple, Ben Westbeech (aka Breach) and Fritz Kalkbrenner. In 2014, he made remixes for The Juan MacLean, High Contrast, Matador’s Glasser, Gorgon City and No Artificial Colours, showing once again that he can rise up to all kinds of style challenges.
Music means the world to Deetron. He has certainly instilled his passion in his record label, Character, whose first two releases – Mars (Deetron & Ripperton) and Theory of Light (Deetron) – hit the stores in 2014. In 2015, Deetron embarked on an amazing series of remixes, from Tiga & Huxley to Headless Ghost, even to José Padilla. The third release from Character, The Believer (Deetron), pays tribute to the sound of Chicago and Detroit.
11 pm: Legal Shot (Rennes, France)
Style: Dub, reggae
Legal Shot Sound System – Dub Me Crazy – Association Legal Promotion
There is something about Legal Shot. It has been evident for ages in Legal Shot Records, the Dub Me Crazy Radio Show and the powerful Legal Shot Sound System. They have made invaluable contributions to the vibrant European dub and bass music scene, improved sound systems by revisiting rub-a-dub and digital Jamaican music and showcasing their huge collection of albums, with lots of exclusive tracks, in dub and reggae festivals.
The Bilbao-based duo Las Tea Party Dj’s have been making people in Northern Spain shake their bodies since 2010. Today, they are resident DJs at Fever, where their sessions go from moombah to trap music. They know how to reach their audience and fill them with their boundless energy. For this session, Las Tea Party Dj’s will travel back in time to the 1920s for swing rhythms, albeit in the light of electronic music, to finish with UK bass and future bass sounds.
Friday, January 20, from 10 pm to 1 am
Tickets: 13 € / Museum Members 9 €
Now on sale on the website and in lockers until 19:30 h from 21:30 h of the event date. Tickets available. Limited capacity. Ages 18 and older. ID or passport required.
Museum admission not allow free access to Fever
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