We just completed the first week of quarantine in Spain. And what is still keeping us alive? We already have one thing in common…
As usual, music (and above all, live shows) is always present in our house, and the desire for a weekend is even greater.
Here you have a selection of live shows from some of the most loved techno artists by Fym Factory, and for sure by many of you. Don’t stop the party!
#1 Derrick May – Boiler Room x Technics x Dommune (Las Vegas, 2019)
Derrick May, one of the fathers of techno from Detroit, closed the Technics 7th turntable launch show in a special location, Las Vegas. The unique May shows us his skills with vinyl during a one hour set. Check out full set video here.
#2 Richie Hawtin & Marco Carola – Amnesia Ibiza Closing Party DJ Set (Ibiza, 2009)
11AM and the energy is still building on the terrace of Amnesia as Richie Hawtin & Marco Carola go back to back at the 2009 closing party in ibiza. Sweet madness on the dancefloor after the jump. Full video here.
#3 Nina Kraviz – Primavera Sound (Barcelona, 2019)
Nina Kraviz closed the Ray Ban stage on the first night of the Primavera Sound 2019 edition. Here you can appreciate the energetic melodies produced by Radioactive Man, Marcus Mixx and the legend Kraviz herself. Full performance here.
#4 Laurent Garnier b2b Seth Troxler – At Nuits Sonores (Lyon, 2018)
Two dance music titans go back-to-back on the Lyon festival’s closing night. Listen below to a journey that navigates between tracks by Planetary Assault Systems and Pablo Bolivar, as well as timeless classics like “Rej” by Âme. Full video by Resident Advisor here.
#5 Reinier Zonneveld – The State Aviation Museum in Kyiv for Cercle (Ukraine, 2019)
Despite his young age, Zonneveld already managed to score several charting hits, including a Beatport no.1 hit with “Things we Might Have Said”, which was included on his well-received album “Megacity Servant” and eventually even landed in a Hollywood production. As a pilot himself, Reinier Zonneveld has a strong connection with the location Cercle picked for his concert. When Zonneveld was only 9 years old, he received special permission to get his flying license – a special exception that made him one of the youngest people able to fly a plane.
Cercle is a media dedicated to promoting artists and venues with an exceptional production, our goal is to raise awareness around art, cultural heritage and great sceneries throughout two noble and federating arts, music and video. Watch the full video here.