HARD TON are the italian duo with the larger than life disco sound and a surprising love of metal. Fused together in 2008 from the musical loins of DJ Wawashi and heavy metal singer Max. Sylvester-styled falsettos conjure up memories of smoky dancefloors during the heady days of HI-NRG, which combined with a contemporary sound of accelerated beats and screaming acid basslines, shows a nod to the past can result in a slap across the face for the present. Using analogue and vintage gear, from the 303, 606, 707, Oberheim DMX, Korg Monopoly, MS20, Prophet V5, the music is as organic as synthetic music can be, their equipment living and dying by its own unpredictable rules. (i-D Magazine)
DREAMACHINE is the project by Voin de Voin and Joseph Marzolla. These 2 visual artist exploring the connections of sound and image, or as they call it “visual music”, posing the question what came first the image or the sound¿¡¡¡ For the evening at Drugstore they work in collaboration with the photographer Lubri, taking his images to become the score and the lyrics for the show – The Foam of the Days.
VOIN DE VOIN http://voindevoin.andharbor.
JOSEPH MARZOLLA http://www.zazazozo.com/
Emil aka EMIL DOESN’T DRIVE was born in Sofia and lived the last years in Berlin. He became one of the most important DJs within Berlin underground disco scene. Doing a lot of parties, becoming resident of the major clubs, part of Sameheads and Slowmotion label and at the end opened his own gallery-bar-club (The Zone) in Berlin and also became a part of the night club Jules Verne in Sofia. Another project he is doing for the last 5 years is Subpreme: introducing the East-European underground music from jazz trough disco to new wave, punk and industrial.
EMIL DOESN’T DRIVE https://soundcloud.com/emil-
illillillillill / JTKT, Belgrade
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