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Subliminal Versatility

01/12/22

Thursday

Subliminal Versatility

Doors 19:00

On December first you can expect visual effects as well as ambience and noise in between techno and trance DJ sets. With a focus on cinematic sounds, the subliminal versatility crew will bring you on a sonic journey.

Contrary to trends in the city, SV will operate an open-dress code policy focusing on music and community to be the driving factor, come to the event for the music and stay for the good vibes!

Goldmund:

Sound selector Goldmund is characterized by many styles! The newly created alias by the German / Australian artist TRISTAN shows a faster pace and tends towards the trance and techno realm! He uses cinematic and energetic sounds to drive a versatile and explosive set which is sure to push the crowd into another space! Through performances in numerous events around the world and the creation of 2 successful collectives (Midstreet, The Rave) he has come to be known as a music selector with many styles who always shapes and underlines the vibe of the party!

Trexeter:

Versatile artist with a focus on transcendence. Dj and Vj exploring a diverse genre selection in the Dance-Rave spectrum, from broken rhythms with Latin influences to uptempo trance, techno and jungle. Filmmaker and Musician from Bogota, Colombia residing now in Berlin.

Lucky4u

With a focus on high-energy and rave influences, LUCKY4U spins everything from Breakbeat to Hardcore and all that falls in between. The Swiss-born, London based DJ/Producer is the proud co/founder and resident of the Fegefeuer Collective, who since 2019 have set their sights on wreckin’ dance floors, while maintaining an oldschool originality that’s often overlooked in our modern times.

Koviljkas
Koviljka comes from the realm of impro music. She creates witchy ambiences with the aid of static and flow, intertwined with rhythmic drones. In her live performance she pursues intention in the realm of random. Drawing inspiration from fourth world music, japanese minimal ambient and the speculative fictions of Ursula Le Guin, a tangle of guitars and transistors give rise to a form of critter jazz.

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