12 midnight: FUNKSTÖRUNG (MONKEYTOWN, !K7, COMPOST, GERMANY)
In the early nineties, Michael Fakesch and Chris De Luca founded Funkstörung in Rosenheim (Munich). After several records on Bunker, Compost and their own label Music Aus Strom, they were offered the job of remixing high profile artists including Björk, Wu-Tang Clan and Jean-Michel Jarre. The remix collection ‘Additional Productions’ released in 1999, laid the cornerstone of a longstanding partnership between !K7 Records and Funkstörung. ‘Appetite For Disctruction’, their first album, is said to be the kickstarter for “Glitch hop.”
Parallel to Funkstörung, both artists work on their solo careers. In 2001 they released another remix album, going by the name of ‘Vice Versa’. In 2004 they released their second album on !K7, ‘Disconnected’, followed by a worldwide tour. After celebrating their 10th anniversary with the album ‘The Return to the Acid Planet’ (1K7) in 2005 and releasing The ‘Appendix’ compilation, they took a break to concentrate on their solo careers. After 10 years of silence Fakesch and De Lucadecide to reactivate Funkstörung with a homonymous album on Monkeytown Records.
11 pm: Marc Piñol (Hivern Discs, Barcelona)
Music journalist since 1994 and DJ since 1997, Mark Piñol started out in Barcelona’s Nitsa club in 1999, where he was resident DJ until 2013. He has bagged best DJ of the year awards on numerous occasions from Spain’s biggest music media. As a DJ he spreads himself over a very wide range of music. He rolled out warm-ups for artists such as Andrew Weatherall, Todd Terry, DJ Krush, Mr Fingers, Michael Mayer, Dave Clarke and many more. He is also one of Ivan Smagghe’s favorite DJs: “Marc is one of the best residents I know and one of my favorite DJs for any moment, genre or state of mind. DJing with him is like playing with a version of myself that still has the ability to surprise me”.
Today Piñol is involved with Hivern Discs, John Talabot’s label, working both on remixes and releasing his own productions. Following several remixes (The XX, Populette & Remain, Fasenuova, David Shaw and The Beat, among others) he brought out a 12” with Hugo Capablanca (under the name of C.P.I.) and recently released Clef.III, a 12” with remixes by Capablanca himself and Alejandro Paz.
10 pm: Daniel B. (Barcelona)
Style: Minimal Wave, Synthwave, Slow Techno
Daniel B. was born in the small town of Montbrió del Camp (Tarragona-Catalunya) in 1977 and has been a declared resident of Bilbao for the last 2 years, . He took his particularly interesting first steps on the darkest side of the underground music pumping out in the Mediterranean clubs of the late 80s. From those early times and until today, his natural evolution over time has turned its feet towards very different styles: Electronic Body Music, Synthpop, New Wave, with nods to Nu Disco, Indie Dance, Deep & Progressive House. Today the focus is on sounds in the Minimal Wave, Synth Wave and dark electronic low bpm fields, always in perfect harmony with demanding, quality dancefloors. Adrenalin for refined, elegant ears!
Friday, March 11
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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