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The contemporary music, new sounds and advanced experimental research festival reaches its tenth edition and celebrates for three days filled with music and performances. Starting Thursday, October 10th at Videocittà it ends here at the Museum for the weekend on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th.
FIRST LINE UP RELEASE:
Altarboy live Andrew Weatherall Dressel Amorosi a/v live Elena Colombi Ellen Allien visuals by Pfadfinderei IVREATRONIC Laurent Garnier Mai Mai Mai a/v live MYSS KETA Zenker Brothers
As one of the most iconic artists of her generation in electronic music to date, Ellen Allien embodies the core ethos of techno: a visionary who looks to the future for inspiration, carving out her own niche and presiding over an empire that has imbued the world of techno and dance music with her unique DNA. A dynamic selector who prides herself on her extensive knowledge of music and dance floors worldwide, she has travelled the globe as a DJ playing at every major club on the circuit and commanding the big stage at festivals from Europe to South America. Ellen’s eternally creative mind has led to the production of seven solo albums, with an eighth (‘Alientronic’) due in 2019, and an extensive back catalogue of singles, EPs and remix work. As a result of her unique appeal, she holds residencies at the world-renowned Circoloco at DC10 (Ibiza) and Nitsa (Barcelona) with regular bookings across the planet at some of the world’s most prestigious clubs: Fabric (London), Shelter (Amsterdam), The Block (Tel Aviv) and Mondo (Madrid) to name just a few. Ellen also runs her own bi-monthly ‘We Are Not Alone’ raves at Griessmühle in her beloved hometown Berlin, also hosting in-store record shop gigs under the name Vinylism. She has channelled her vibrant energy and experience to the big stage at some of the world’s most infamous festivals, including Exit (Serbia), Off Week Sonar (Spain), Melt! (Germany), Kappa Futur Festival (Italy) and lots more. In her role as head of BPitch, and new label UFO Inc., Ellen channels her ceaseless passion for digging into A&R, seeking out and nurturing new talent while also signing music from established artists and friends. Parallel to her work as label head and producer, she also worked on remixes for seminal labels like Warp and Mute over the last year. Ellen’s leadership at BPitch, her beloved, influential label, has steered the label to its standing as one of the most important platforms for underground electronica. BPitch operates in a league of all its own, influencing the scene in Berlin, Germany – stretching out with global reach. Also dedicated to self-expression through visual media; art, fashion and her own personal styling, Ellen has been an intrinsic, highly influential part of the subculture in her native Berlin, cultivating her own identity while also guiding the evolution of electronic music in her hometown, and the rest of the world. Never one to look backwards, Ellen Allien’s constant push forward led to the recent conception of a brand new record label, named UFO Inc. in 2018. The platform is intended to be an incubator for rough, raw techno – an uncompromising stance, as per usual from Ellen. A constant source of new ideas, energy and inspiration Ellen Allien is an artist whose comprehensive knowledge and intuitive approach to music is part of her genetic makeup. Her future-facing sound takes subtle influence from the blueprint created by the pioneers of techno, while painting a vivid, prophetic image of where we’re going.
Basically, IVREATRONIC is a bunch of friends, all from this town. Producers, djs, pop singers, sound technicians, intellectuals, poets, party addicts. We created a crazy clubbing night in an old cellar, in the basement of a wine bar. Then we organized some illegal parties in the streets or in weird places usually not connected to a clubbing night, like a really uncool chinese bar. (Pics of this crazy nights on ivreatronic.tumblr.com). Finally we realized that many of us were producing good electronic stuff. We collected some of them and here we are.
The founders (and resident djs) are: COSMO (who is actually becoming quite famous in Italy as an electronic pop singer and producer, playing soldout shows in very big venues almost everywhere). SPLENDORE (influenced by 90’s house and UK garage, as well as PC Music attitude and hip-hop) ENEA PASCAL (the youngest among us, moved by a naif approach to production that makes his tunes and his sound quite unpredictable) FORESTA (a former percussionist who started turntablism in the 90’s – a fine selector and a super skilled dj)