After Keith Carnal and Stigmata shook the walls of Belgrade-based club Drugstore in April, Tauten label and Modular Source booking agency, who organize Modular Journey events, were quick on setting another date in one of Belgrade’s most praised venues.
The date was September 15th for which a teaser event was soon published. Since then, the crowd waited eagerly for a line up announcement and today they wait no more! Modular Journey is welcoming famous Spanish DJ and producer Regal in the beautifully-twisted Garden of Drugstore!
After having his productions get the critical acclaim in 2012 Gabriel Cassina, better known as Regal, shot to the forefront of the techno scene. Originally an Italian, currently based in Spain, got a chance to travel all around the world bringing his eclectic sound to clubs like Berghain, Tresor, Mondo and Factory010. His productions and DJ sets are highly influenced by his favorite names like Emmanuel Top and Plastikman, listed as one of his key influences.
On September 15th Spain’s youngest DJ who ever played Berghain will deliver a perfect mix between acid rhythms and melodies that enchant the soul. Expect it to be dynamic and versatile, as Regal is well known as a musical shape shifter!
This evening, alongside Regal, Avoid aka Vladimir Aćić and TKNO from Serbia will represent Tauten, and Miles Nitch and MoBisch will be there as Modular Source ambassadors.
Ticket info for the event will be announced soon on the official Facebook event.
Before the Journey – PROMO JOURNEY!
A promo party for the big Modular Journey event will be held on July 28th in Garden of Drugstore. Italian Alex Dolby will headline the event, with TKNO, Nemanja Godjevac and Timmy Mendeljejev as his local support.
Italian Alex Dolby got into electronic music growing up during the golden rave period in Rome. Today he is a well known DJ/producer who played clubs like Ministry of Sound in London, DC10 on Ibiza, Pacha in Buenos Aires, Magazzini Generali in Milano, Sazae in Osaka and much more. He is the owner of Rome based Affekt club and record label, which hosted most of the great names of world’s electronic music scene – from Monoloc to Rebekah.
Ticket price for the PROMO JOURNEY will be a gift from the organizers as a thank you for gathering a 1000 people on the first Modular Journey in April. The tickets for the promo party will be available at the door only and for a price of 300 rsd before and 400 rsd after midnight.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.