Lorenzo Senni, Mumdance, Eclair Fifi, Joe Howe, Substance DJ's
Wrapping up Audio Day at Paradigm Electronic Arts Festival, our Warehouse Rave in partnership with Substance showcases some of the most innovative and daring Live Electronic Music Acts and DJ's on the planet right now.
LORENZO SENNI - Live
Tireless investigator of dance music’s mechanisms and working parts, The Italian producer's amazing deconstruction of sounds and rave culture of the 90’s, carefully analyzing it’s constituent parts for reuse in a very different context, with repetition and isolation as key concepts.
“Do It Differently. Fly on Your Own Wings. Rave Voyeurism Is Not A Crime”
Mumdance is one of the UK’s most respected DJs and producers, honing an influential and often imitated sound that draws from grime, techno, experimental sound design, hardcore and more. Holding down one of the most popular shows on Rinse FM, inspired by both the anything-goes attitude of Radio 1’s legendary John Peel and the focused style of the dance music forefathers who originally inspired him to start DJing.
The Scottish artist and illustrator started DJing at 16-years-old on pirate radio at InterFACE FM in London and has since gone to host an In New DJs we Trust residency on BBC Radio 1 airing to over a million live audience, the LuckyMe show on Rinse FM and now, NTS.
Renowned for a series of European headline tours and club residencies; from curated parties in Paris, Coachella, ADE & The Warehouse Project - balanced with special guest sets at the likes of Ed Banger’s 20 Years of Party and MoMA PS-1 in New York, Fifi’s peerless energy is in part due to her consummate knowledge and love of weird and rare music. Her sets traverse Latin Freestyle, italo, techno, hip hop and RnB - fearlessly peppered with emergent unsigned demos.
JOE HOWE - Live
Awkward Synth Funk, Fun electronic Sound Design & Composer
Classically trained on both Piano & Saxophone, Joe took to electronic music via permissive high school teachers, an old Atari ST equipped with a rudimentary version of Cubase and a slightly broken SH-101 and has been steadily recording and releasing music since 2005.
His countless projects include collaborations with Momus and several releases under the moniker Ben Butler & Mousepad. Now signed to Sound Pellegrino (Paris) Joe has appeared SND.PE Vol 3, 4 & 5 as well as his own EP “EXEP”, which stands for “EXtra Extended Play”.
As a testament of their immediate charm, tracks: “Groove-script” and “Zip” from the release have both been licensed by KENZO for the unveiling of their recent capsule collections.