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KEHAKUMA and WYS! Go For It All Featured

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WYSAfter last Thursday’s resounding success WYS! Is back to command the Discoteca (Main Room) and ready to rock the dance floor. If you thought it could not get better, wait until you see this week’s line up: Ben Klock & back to back y Cormac.

Ben Klock and his sometime partner in crime Marcel Dettman have found themselves cast as messiah figures in some circles, liberating techno from the bleep-ridden stranglehold that came to be known (accurately or not) as ‘minimal’.

Berlin born DJ and producer Ben Klock is without a doubt one of the most significant characters in techno’s recent history. A resident at Berghain since its opening in 2004, he has been able to leave his mark on the club’s unique sound. He plays techno sets full of hypnotic, deep and heavy grooves.
You can’t speak about the Techno sound without mentioning berliner Marcel Dettmann and his purist, strong and open-minded approach. Dj, producer and remixer he is related with the Berghain club where he’s resident since its opening in 2004. his sessions are characterised by an intense dark colour.
Originally hailing from Ireland, Cormac is a weekly resident at seminal London club Fabric. He has emerged as one of the UK's hottest new DJ / producer talents, with his DJ sets helping to mould underground London into the soundscape it resembles today. They vary between all things house and techno but express an energetic drive combined with a darker detailed subtlety. He is a bass line lover.

Disco Bloodbath will man the Whomwho Box (Red Box) with Pete Herbert, Damon Martin & Ben Pistor, and of course residents Vázquez and Oscar Cano, will bring the freshest house sounds to the Sunset Terrace.
Once again, Kehakuma is guilty of making you not want to do anything else on a Thursday night, but to come to the Ibizan temple of trasgressive sounds: Space.

Last modified on Monday, 16 January 2012 11:01

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