The Dômesicle electro-immersive parties are back in the Satosphère! This new winter edition combines the best collective electronic music with breathtaking 360 ° projections.
This Saturday February 8, it is Chez Kito Kat‘s special evening with: Klusa Daba, D.B.Y. (Dog Bless You), Quan, DIAGRAF and LLL.
February 8 2020
Party: 10pm to 3am
In the Satosphère (18 years old and +)
Presale tickets: 8 $ (+ web fees)
In the Quartier des spectacles
Somewhere between acid, raw techno and ambient, duo Klusā Daba offers a mix of diverse influences that are taken apart, triturated, and reconstructed. Drum machines, modular synths, and other homemade electronic machines create a performance that leaves much to a dose of improvisation.
D.B.Y. aka Samuel Ricciuti (D.A. of the label) will offer a DJ set similar to his productions, like a long journey between different electronic music influences, between dark and minimal techno, braindance and filtered house. D.B.Y is signed on various French, Luxembourg and Canadian labels (Wondernoise, Schnurstrax, Soundzfromnowhere, Chat Blanc) and referenced on various sound installation projects, notably for works by Daniel Buren at the Musée d’Art Moderne du Luxembourg and the Centre Pompidou-Metz.
Quan comes to us straight from Vietnam, where he evolved for many years as an activist on the local techno scene. Since his latest highly acclaimed performances for Boiler Room Hanoi and the MUTEK 2019 festival, the Vietnamese producer continues to impress with improvised techno sets on a modular system made in his Quananalog Instruments workshop. Chez.Kito.Kat Records will release his new EP in 2020.
In his cinematic approach, Diagraf combines a minimalist aesthetic and evolving graphic progressions to subtly generate emotion. Sensitively influenced by the sonic worlds of the musicians he collaborates with, Diagraf often creates original material inspired by their approach, then works like a director editing his film live. Comfortable in domes, multi-channel installations and unusual locations, Diagraf has notably intertwined his images with the music of Ricardo Villalobos, Max Cooper, Voices From the Lake, Pheek, and Nina Kraviz.
VJ, director and motion design creator, Benoît Piccolini began his studies in product design in France, before shifting towards animation. A lover of contrasts and small details, Benoît is a great music lover whose visual work is mainly, surprisingly, through sound. He collaborates with several major clients such as Cirque du Soleil and Radio-Canada.