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DKM Summer SessionFriday, 8.7. 14:00 - 21:00 // Party
EVERY FRIDAY FROM 2PM TO 9PM - ABSOLUTELY FREE AT THE PRATERSAUNA.
-> BBQ & Poolparty
EVERY FRIDAY FROM 2PM TO 9PM- ABSOLUTELY FREE AT THE PRATERSAUNA.
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♫ (Fm4//DigitalKonfusion) > http://www.myspace.com/dk_mixshow
★ EDGAR TRONIC
♫ (Pinupcrew/Heat/DKM) ) > http://www.pinupcrew.com/
★ CHANO MACONDIANO
♫ (Sonido Valiente) > http://www.thelatinfluence.com
♫ (Pinupcrew/HEAT) > http://www.facebook.com/brunnertechnomiliz
♫ (Circus Surrealis) > http://www.myspace.com/breakinlaszlo
♫(Waxolutionists, Pratersauna) > http://www.facebook.com/pages/ZUZEE/348447741001?sk=info
& ★ Guests! ★
Don´t forget the awesome tasty BBQ by Joe-Joe´s Munchies!
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Benoit + SergioFriday, 8.7. 22:00 // Club
LUFT & LIEBE TAG @ PRATERSAUNA mit
BENOIT & SERGIO LIVE (dfa, visionquest, spectral sound / us / berlin)
MAETRIK (cocoon, dumb unit, mothership / us / valencia)
Crazy Sonic (gigolo rec, fsp, estrela)
EL:MO (neni collective)
Ina D (sound:frame AV)
Laminat (schönbrunner techno)
Marco Weise (bubble club, puff zack)
Patrick Testor (highway)
Reiter & Hofer (zuckerwatt)
Start: 12:00 bei Schönwetter
Sundowner-Set von Benoit & Sergio live auf der Terrasse um ca. 20:00 Uhr
3x2 Tickets gewinnen unter
Benoit & Sergio live (DFA, Visionquest, Spectral Sound / DC / Berlin)
There are few artists making seriously great music while not taking themselves too seriously; that difficult feat is one rarely attempted and even less often successfully carried out. Benoit & Sergio have effortlessly managed to pull off that contradictory trick, producing songs that sometimes seem like musical open letters: editorials narrated in the voices of unidentified, yet totally recognizable colorful characters, read aloud against a backdrop of beautifully lush, warm and sensuous electronic pop music. The unexpected juxtaposition of such pristine production and playful lyricism — first exhibited on 2009’s highly praised What I’ve Lost EP, which included the brilliantly sardonic single “Full Grown Man” — exemplifies why Benoit & Sergio are one of the most unique and interesting outfits in dance music.
Not content to make DJ fodder, the duo sets out to create beautifully glistening pop songs that draw from influences mostly uncommon to the house and techno zeitgeist; bands like Talking Heads, Pavement and Roxy Music are sources of inspiration, along with contemporary electronic acts like Isolee, Thomas Melchior and Ricardo Villalobos. All these influences resonate clearly in their music, joined by a kind of sexualized melodrama that makes its way into lyrics about loneliness, French girls, wine and Ferraris. While their lyrics might speak of loneliness, their recent releases have been crowding dance floors. “Where The Freaks Have No Name” for Visionquest has dominated the dance music scene so far in 2011, reaching number one overall on Juno and on Beatport’s Deep House charts. With “Boy Trouble” for DFA, released in late February, Benoit & Sergio add another dimension to their catolog, crossing further into pop territory, while continuing to make dance music from the lurid pleasures of a future bereft of time.
Benoit & Sergio grew up thousands of miles apart, in Paris and Iowa respectively. In 2008, they met at a party in Washington DC and began making dance tracks in the long winter of 2009. Right from the start, they had an insatiable artistic chemistry that kept them in the studio for ten to twelve hours at a time, riffing on each other’s ideas until they had created something even more sexy and epic than they had anticipated. Typically beginning with just a few short minimal loops, their marathon sessions inevitably result in what can only be described as a “full-blown pop orgy.”
Maetrik (Cocoon, Dumb Unit, Mothership / USA / Valencia)
Originally from the USA and now relocated to Valencia Spain, Eric Estornel is making incredible leaps and strides releasing some of the most devastating yet unique music in the industry. His sudonyms Maetrik, Mariel Ito, Plaex, and now Maceo Plex are under great demand for the rich dynamic production and unique blend of techno, house, funk, and electro that only Eric can devise.
Perhaps it’s because of Eric’s clear Cuban roots or his years in the game, but without a doubt 2009 was an incredible year and only more amazing things are expected of his truly unarguable talent. 10 years since his first release on the respected Immigrant Records back in 2000 and Eric is still holding strong to his quest for the future of dance. Whether working on his “other worldly” compositions as Maetrik, his alien sounding electro as Mariel Ito, or his innovative dark house music as Maceo Plex, Eric is always putting his blood sweat and tears into everything he does. Putting aside trends and crushing genre boundaries, no one can argue that Eric has always stayed true to what comes from his heart or his sometimes choatic mind.
Watch out for more killer music on his USA homebase Claude Vonstroke’s Mothership imprint. Or devasting Europe brands Dumb Unit, Treibstoff, and Audiomatique. For now Eric’s Maceo Plex house album is a bit hush hush, but be looking for it on one of the most innovative and brightest labels out of the UK….it’ will surprise those out there that didn’t know such soul could come out of the one most call MAETRIK.