Sin Sin, Akira, 8GB, Liquid Lab ---
Loops Live, Jarno, Jason Shae, Steijn
8GB is an audiovisual set focusing on Akira's fixation with old computer hardware utilized in modern working environments. 8GB aims to create listenable beats with old computer data, making an urban blend of chip- hop, bit pop and geek beats that can be enjoyed by anyone interested in fresh new sounds.
SIN SIN is an international pan-media group of artists. Tonight they’ll will present a new, 45 minute pan-media performance of electronic music, live vocals, live performance, animation and visuals.
After years of experiments, Liquid Lab has reinvented the lost art of the Liquidification Process™. This technique creates a hole in the nuclear electronic barrier, so that relativistic electrons will force the atom to liquid state at room temperature. By bombarding the sample with photons, a clear imaged is made which unravels the chemical structure of the sample. (While awaiting their Nobel Prize, this scientific duo have agreed to show their art to the general public).
Driven by the momentum of their youth, LOOPS is one of those acts where you can almost taste the talent when they play live. With an idealistic view on modern-day music and a solid musical background, these two youngsters have a knack from impressing every promoter and spectator.
Although heavily committed to the live-act, Jason&theArgonauts, Jason Shae is still keen to find new ways to express himself through playing vinyl. Shae’s DJ sets can be summed up as French funk and Chicago house with a hint of Berlin stripped-down house.
Jarno started DJing at RoXy, iT and Nighttown back in the 90s. Eventually, Jarno combined forces with his good pal Dennis and they established themselves as "The Groove Addicts". Sets vary from deep/tech-house, minimal and techno to electro and breaks.