Nightclubs - Event posted by elena
On December 7th, FELINE FUNK will present a guest on the Berlin scene, a famous Italian producer, our resident Biga and an art exhibition. More info soon.
♫ GODBLESSCOMPUTERS (La Tempesta / Fresh Yo!) - Lorenzo Nada was born in Ravenna, born in '84, he became a beatmaker, producer and DJ, driven by an early passion for samplers and vinyls. During a trip to Berlin, "Godblesscomputers" comes to life in 2011. Initially thought more as a title than as a real moniker, this will be the signature of a musical project that, inspired by the rhythm and style of black music, advances in electronic territories while keeping faithful the groove and the original warmth of its sound. As a keen listener, Lorenzo is above all a collector of sounds; he explores them, catalogs them, dissects and recomposes them in synthesis elements to build his productions. It combines and alternates impatient organic and rhythmic textures, silences and pathos, condensations of the beat to which correspond long melancholic suspensions. After three years abroad, Lorenzo returns to Italy, to Bologna. The release of two LPs, a short distance from each other, Veleno (Fresh Yo! / White Forest, 2014) and Plush and Safe (LaTempesta International / Fresh Yo !, 2015), consolidates the path of Lorenzo up to today. Furrows emerges from the wake that these two records have left after two years.
♫ BIGA - Dj, producer and collector based in Florence, Francesco Bigazzi is a true cult artist among all the fans and professionals who have been hanging out for years on the Italian electronic scene. Admired and appreciated by many colleagues who consider it a very important influence in terms of taste and research, in its eclectic and educational sets it tries to go further and further, building trips that drag from the coasts of South America to Africa, passing through the sounds that crowd the most remote and fascinating corners of Europe and Asia.
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