This winter, come and experience the immersive party in the dome with DJ sets, live performances and 360° projections created by VJ artists
Wheelie Houdini presents Bontempo
A normally elusive creature, The Mole can be found most at home behind a DJ booth during the wee smoky hours in the midst of long, drawn-out sets. Known for his love of sonic collage and musical noodling, he boasts a long and colourful list of releases—for labels like Perlon, Ostgut Ton, Slices of Life, Circus Company, Haunt, Musique Risquée, New Kanada, Internasjonal and longtime home Wagon Repair.
Whether she's taking center stage as a DJ or working in the studio, Gene Tellem communicates her interpretation of house and techno with soul and playfulness, intuitively balancing the intellectual and the physical. Her productions are usually born out of the imagination and energy associated with electronic music events. She released her first output Who Says No in 2017 on Montreal's SOBO label, which later led to two releases on the London-based Wolf Music label. Gene Tellem then launched her own label, Bienvenue Recordings, in 2019, making her way among the most influential players in the international house scene.
Wheelie Houdini's girlfriend—Patti Schmidt, has DJ roots that extend to community radio in the late 80s, to hosting and producing national late night new music program, Brave New Waves on CBC radio for almost 2 decades—she also played in bands, while running a couple of indie record labels. She once spent 11 years as a curator and programmer with the MUTEK Montréal festival and continues to work in digital arts, music and culture during daytimes. Interested in the weird weather of the afterhours she has played parties across 4 continents over the last 15 years. Dedicated to danceabilities, Mrs. Houdini favours styles that cross the house-techno axis with dub, funk, experimental and anything that wiggles.