12 midnight: The Hacker (Zone/Dark Entries/Minimal Wave, France)
Style: Electronic music

Since the beginning of the 1990s, Michel Amato, aka The Hacker, has been one of the most stylish and also most discreet figures within the French electro scene. A pioneering artist, passionate about avant-garde techno, he has weaved his influences into a unique sound that can be best described as a tribute to the power of the synthesizer.

Following a stack load of singles released on labels such as Sativae, White Noise, Tsuba, Infiné, Correspondant and Tigersushi, the launch of his own label, ZONE, in 2011 and the release of his full album, Love/Kraft, in 2014, The Hacker was back with a fresh EP of lost demos in 2015, cut with Miss Kittin on the American label Dark Entries. 2016 was busier still, with one new maxi-single on Cititrax and two more for Dark Entries, as well as several remixes and his latest collaborations with Luke Eargoggle and DJ Overdose. Michel Amato’s new live project sees the enigmatic artist go back to his roots, performing a 100% analogue set directly inspired by his first true loves: dark New Wave and powerful techno.

11:00 pm: Undo (Factor City, Barcelona)
Style: Electronic music

With the coming of the new millennium, Undo (Gabriel Berlanga) made his debut as a DJ and producer. Since then, the electronic beat of Barcelona and his career are one and the same thing. The fact that Undo has become one of the most relevant and influential electro gurus in Spain hinges on three things: the studio, the dance floor and Factor City, the powerful record label he set up almost 15 years ago. It was through Factor City that Undo released his third and most ambitious LP, Disconnect, one of the best albums of 2016 according to rankings and tastemakers. Berlanga’s residency at The Loft (Razzmatazz) is one of the longest, most powerful and most stable in the DJ world. His multi-style, multi-genre performances can also be enjoyed at Moog on a bi-monthly basis—the perfect club for demanding beat lovers.

Year in, year out, Undo has enriched his music with festivals and clubs across Europe, where the healthy heart of electro music beats at good rate. His tracks and remixes have also found their way to other labels, including Correspondant, My Favorite Robot, Beachcoma and Areal Records. Berlanga delivers an unusual yet strong music concept, choosing the best of every genre and decade. His deep knowledge of music and skillful interweaving of everything from acid house to electronica under the influence of pop ensure a repertoire that is far from exhausted, always ready to travel from the classic dance floor in an ever-changing continuous present.

10:00 pm: DJV Sound (Fever, Bilbao)
Style: Electronic music

A pioneer in the Bilbao electro scene, José Vicente López, aka DJV Sound, has been a DJ and promoter since 1978. He started to perform professionally as resident DJ at Thebas Club, where he shared the booth for years with José Luis Rebollo, aka Madelman; he also worked in Palladium, home to the first live events in town. In 1998, he and Javi Franco founded the first electronic music collective in Bilbao, NoDaTa, currently active in the promotion of musical and artistic events. Thanks to this initiative, local fans were able to enjoy performances by John Acquaviva, Ian Pooley, Märtini Brös, Tiefschwarz, Chris Duckenfield and Sideral, among others. In 2001, DJV Sound delivered a stellar performance at the closing party of the Sónar festival. Later, he performed at the Sun Dance Music Festival (Tallinn, Estonia, 2002), Benicàssim International Festival (2003) and Electrogaia (Donostia-San Sebastián, 2001, 2003).

Vicente López is one of the general managers and resident DJs at Fever, a nightclub which was established in Bilbao in 2005 and has since turned the city’s cultural and social life upside down. In addition, DJV Sound performs in festivals and clubs across Europe and beyond: Der Machine (Leuven), Razzmatazz (Barcelona), GOA (Madrid), Barraca (Valencia), Electromind (Montpellier), Catwalk (Rotterdam), Weekend (Berlin), Rote Sonne and Palais (Munich), Lazarus (Brussels), Flex and Pratersauna (Vienna), and Docs DF (Mexico City).


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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