meakusma and noname :
After both collectives spent the summer organizing their respective festivals, the time has now come to again join forces and fill the Alter Schlachthof in Eupen with modern electronic dance music. As always, the program has been carefully compiled, focusing on quality and relevance.
Dr. Rubinstein (Berlin)
Dr. Rubinstein is one of the biggest newcomers in the international techno and house scene. Referenced by Groove magazine as one of the possible breakout acts of 2017, this promise was then realized during the year. Born in Kalinigrad, Marina Rubinstein lived for a long time in Israel, deeply immersed in the euphoric nightlife scene of Tel Aviv. A move to Berlin a few years ago set the course, Rubinstein is not only a regular performer at the Berghain and ://about blank clubs, but also plays worldwide in such venues as De School in Amsterdam, Concrete in Paris or at festivals such as Sonar in Barcelona. All thanks to an energetic mix of hypnotic acid, electro, 90s rave and techno.
Regular guests of NoName events are surely already familiar with Cabasa. He has a genuine flair for the still relevant house, techno and electro productions of the past which he connects to and confronts with fresh UK bass excursions from a young, well-connected and busy scene in England. The No Suit label will release his first vinyl record. This time he brings along Truska, the inventive London-based DJ and producer that is carving a dynamic path for himself through the UKs prolific techno scene. His work reflects a deeply ingrained attraction to mind bending percussion and journeys into the low end of the sonic spectrum. They will present a live set together.
Caspro (Moon Sounds) & Daniel[i] (Default Position)
As per usual, Caspro and Daniel[i] frame the program and they are more than just local heroes. Once and again, they prove they have what it takes to step up to the international guests when it comes to musical selection and technical skill, whether that means to warm up the night or take over the dancefloor at its peak.