Nuno dos Santos , Andrew Vogt, Neuro
464 & Shenanigans present.......Spooked
An old funeral home...
Not the place one would wanna spend their nights, unless...
On October 28th our undertakers will give you a glimpse of yourself in the afterlife.
From this place to the realm of the spirits, in this dark night full of terrors, they will turn the place Upside Down.
On the 28th of October, the night of the dead comes alive: Think jack-o-laterns, a graveyard and ghosts (courtesy of the funeral home).
So get pumpkinned up, remove the skeletons from your closet and join us in dancing away the post ADE blues.
∆ The undertakers (Line-up) ∆
Nuno Dos Santos
∆ Tickets ∆
∆ What to expect ∆
- The ultimate all hallows eve location
- Quality music, mature audience, intimate setting
- Special Halloween cocktails
- Bonfire outside to ward off the evil spirits
- From when the dead wake until the ghosts go back to sleep (22:00 - 05:00+)
∆ Dresscode ∆
- All hallows eve is nothing without a little dressing up, but dress however you want
- Prize for best costume
"You can't spell funeral home without fun."
Nuno Dos Santos (SoHaSo)
For some artists you will know exactly what sounds to expect when they play, but when you hear Nuno dos Santos begin one of his marathon sets you’ll never know if it’s going to be a hypnotic techno journey filled up with ambient intermezzo’s or a
viby house set containing lofi soundscapes fueled by poignant arps. You will only notice the transition due to the fact that an involving story is starting to take place and it will fit whatever glove the night is wearing. Nuno dos Santos is a Dutch/Portuguese dj, music producer behind underground hits like ‘Hamming’ and
head honcho of his rising record label Something Happening Somewhere. Born in 1976 in Lisboa but growing up in The Netherlands, Nuno was influenced mainly by electronic music from an early age on and was selected to participate in the acclaimed Red Bull Music Academy in Dublin in 2000. Having outlined his own
interpretation of electronic music, exemplified by classic tracks like ‘Hamming’ on club Trouw’s own record label and his homage to the now closed venue ‘Wibaut127’, remixes for Christian Löffler and Hunter/Game (Kompakt) and his acclaimed album After Dark, My Sweet’ (Compost) together with TJ Kong, saw Nuno rise to
prominence and in the last few years established more firmly by the success of SoHaSo. The label also serving as a personal platform in 2017 for the release of his Trigonometry of Love EP. Whether it’s running his own label, producing music, or DJing, you can feel that Nuno is utterly in love with what he does. This love translates into an almost obsessive curiosity for fresh music. Since his first
release more than ten years ago, Nuno dos Santos’ profile is constantly progressing, seeing him as an in demand selector and having residencies at legendary clubs like Trouw and its predecessor Club 11, where he hosted illustrious club nights like ‘360’ and regular label showcases. Nuno’s ability to melt together seemingly contrasting genres and his unforeseeable selection, without giving in to trends, are how his unique sense of musical storytelling have developed and bloomed over the years. Being the curator of Something Happening Somewhere, the label has a strong independent musical voice, releasing music by likeminded artists as Love over Entropy, Kiani & his Legion and Polynation and remixes by Dixon, Fatima Yamaha and The Drifter. With a strong hallmark on quality control, the label releases only a few carefully handpicked records each year. Wrapped in their unique artwork cover, which serve just as well as paintings on your living room wall, they all feature their own little world to get lost in. International label showcases around Europe and beyond further enforce the vitality of the label and proof of Nuno’s abilities as an important key figure in modern dance music.
Andrew Vogt (464)
Moody melodies, experimental breakdowns, and a sense of classical composition mark Andrew Vogt’s dance music sets. With nearly 18 years experience behind the decks and a start in the New Jersey rave scene in the mid-late 90s, Andrew departed from traditional dance music after experiencing Sasha and Digweed at NYC instituiton Twilo. The progressive sound, with its overtures and fugues, captured Andrew and marked his style leading to a ten-year residency with Verboten as well as a residencies at a number of other sound institutions in New York City such as Sullivan Room, Shelter, and Love. His ability to craft sets that maintain the eloquence of the progressive sound yet enrich the dance floor with groove has led to opening for enormous acts including ,M.A.N.D.Y, Carl Craig, Martin Buttrich, Matthias Tanzmann, Lee Burridge, Davide Squillace, Kenny Larkin, Magda, Dubfire and eventually his initial musical muses, Sasha and John Digweed.
A true veteran of the dance music community in New York City, Andrew has always approached any dance floor, whether playing at the legendary TV lounge during the Detroit Movement Festival, or a sweaty local after-hours, with the integrity of a first love and a quality worthy of a long career.