It’s party review time…
So last week I went to one of the biggest techno parties in Europe, called I love Techno. If you want to take a look at the line-up or see how it’s organized, just check my previous post. I will warn you that there will be multiple posts and lots of material…
First act of the night was Sound of stereo, a Belgian wobbly duo that’s getting really popular these days. They bring some kick ass tunes to the table, but I saw them a couple of times already since they go to my university…
Here's them dropping their new tune called Zipper:
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On to Sound of Pellegrino Thermal Team, a house and techno subdivision of the Institubes label from Paris - home of Surkin, Para One, David Rubato... The sublabel is ran by Orgasmic & Tekilatex, who made a nice opening act to get me in the groove. The set featured tribal rhythms, pumping tech house and warped funky sounds with a slice of club rap.
I am really looking for a remix they played featuring the intro of The Circle Of Life from Disney’s Lion King if anyone could help?
Next up was the first live set of the evening by blog-prodigy and long time friend and production partner of Brodinski (whom I’ll discuss later on), Yuksek. During his explosive live set, he was surrounded by vintage keyboards, analog amplifiers and live percussion. Complex, ultra-danceable break electro that you'll fall in love with if you fancy Justice or Daft Punk.
Here are some tunes:
Yuksek - I Could Never Be A Dancer [right click to download]
Yuksek - Break Ya [right click to download]
Yuksek - Tonight [right click to download]
and a nice video compilation of the gig:
It was one of the best performances of the evening, that’s why I’m crazy enough to overflow your computer screens with youtube video’s, don’t shoot me down for it. If you look closely you might even spot me somewhere on the front row right in front of Yuksek.
Enjoy, and make sure to catch the next part featuring A-traks legendary robot rock shuffle and vitalic’s performance.