It doesnâ€™t really matter, if you favour Chris Liebingâ€™s, Luke Slaterâ€™s, Marcel Dettmannâ€™s or Len Fakiâ€™s sets recently, one thing's for sure: youâ€™ll encounter a track from Pfirter. Why is that? Because besides all the up-to-date european party people, the above-mentioned artists also go haywire for the productions of this Argentine genius. Soon, weâ€™ll see the reason: Juan Pablo Pfirter will play on Technokunst in October!
Itâ€™s pretty hard to decide, where Pfirter is adored more: in his home, South-America, where he was practically raised to a demi-god platform in the last fifteen years, or in Europe, where he started to be recognized four-five years ago, and cannot be dropped ever since then. He toured all over Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Venezuela and Ecuador multiple times, while all his stopovers in Europe - and recently his move! - mean one single reason for celebration for the crowd of the most famous techno clubs. He conquered the dancefloors of The End, Club4, Tresor and even Berghain - no wonder, that his releases found their homes in the bags of the biggest, such as Joey Beltram and Terrence Fixmer. Of course, they are housed by the crÃ©me de la crÃ©me of labels, too: CLR of Chris Liebing, Figure of Len Faki or Stroboscopic Artefacts of Lucy all released Juan Pabloâ€™s wondrous and versatile techno music. His world approaches techno sometimes through (the real) minimal, acid or even elektro, as a DJ he prefers the releases of M-nus, Semantica, Plus 8, Kompakt or Prologue. The result is always the same: ecstatic craze until you drop.
According to the traditions, the event will be opened by Isuâ€™s set, and Dork will cool the crowd down until the birds start chirping. Visually weâ€™ll be enchanted by the Glowing Bulbsâ€™ imagery. See you at A38 on Octoberâ€™s Technokunst!