12 midnight: MISS KITTIN DJ
Style: Electronic

Miss Kittin has become one of the most inspiring DJs to emerge within the electronic music scene. Alongside long-time production partner The Hacker she created tracks such as “Frank Sinatra” and “1982”, propelling them into the spotlight. Her collaborations with Felix Da Housecat, Golden Boy, Sven Väth, Steve Bug, Antonelli Electric, and T. Raumschmiere.

She released her debut solo artist album I Com in 2004, showing influences of Chicago house, dub, electronic pop and heaps of attitude as the singles Professional Distortion, Requiem For a Hit, and Happy Violentine so aptly displayed.

Able to play Prince with Black Dog or Aphex Twin with a new Kompakt 12″, she has an uncanny and intuitive sense of selection that not only flows but also maintains that primary sense of the party.

Based in Paris since 2007, Kittin released her second solo album Batbox in 2008, followed by the second album of the collaboration with her musical partner The Hacker entitled Two in 2009, both released on her own label Nobody’s Bizzness. After an extensive tour all over the globe with The Hacker, a couple of remixes and collaborations saw the light in 2010. In early 2011 she released the All You Need, bringing her sultry yet punchy vocals back to the floor with a classic electro bassline. In 2013, Miss Kittin released her third solo album: Calling From The Stars. Having spent over a decade cultivating her intransigent image, Miss Kittin brings all her charisma and inspiration to the decks, rightly placing her up there as one of the most revered and recognizable artists in dance music today.

Style: Electronic

Trampas is a reference in the Basque Country, having launched a career in 1995 which has taken him to the top Basque booths, becoming a resident at discothèques including Txitxarro, Pravda and international festivals like the Big-Bang. With his inseparable Ima Txill-Aut, he teamed up and developed different musical projects. His fresh, acknowledged talent has seen him relate with top-level artists, including Óscar Mulero, Jeff Mills and James Ruskin, with whom he also shares tastes and styles. Luckily for all of us, he is now at an unsurpassable moment in his career, having created “Exquisite Klub” at the beginning of the year, a project on which he is accompanied by his well-known friend Koldo Intermusic, running one Friday a month at the Blue Fever in Bilbao.

Style: Electronic

Javi Franco began his career as a promotor and DJ in the late 1990s, and in 1998 founded the NoData collective to spread electronic music culture. In November 2005 he opened the Fever club, which he has also been jointly managing ever since. From then on his work as a DJ took him to podiums in different European cities, such as Ghent, Montpellier, Vienna, Rotterdam, Berlin and Munich, among others.

Since 2008 he has been one of the artistic directors of the Art After Dark program, a project created in collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. As a DJ he is known for his finely-tuned intuition when connecting with the public and in his sessions he develops a perfect combination of electronic and techno music exquisitely and delicately mixed.


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.

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