Electronic music returns to the Guggenheim

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao will host from September 22 new electronic music sessions, activity launched in 2008 and, as reported by the Pinacoteca, intends to maintain "thanks to the great reception of lovers music and art. " Poster "After Dark" starring this year the artist Michel Amato, aka The Hacker, who has established himself as one of the most influential DJs in France. The Hacker, a pioneering artist in the world of electronic music, has attracted since the early nineties a legion of admirers influenced by Depeche Mode, New Order, Giorgio Moroder, Cabaret Voltaire, Front 242 and Kraftwerk. After releasing numerous "singles" on labels like Sativae, White Noise, Tsuba, Infiné, Tigersushi Correspondant and in 2011 he founded his own firm, Zone. Three years later he released his album "Love / Kraft" although he did not overlook aside the EP, as he recorded with Miss Kittin in 2015. In his new live project, which takes you to your roots, presents a set 100% analog directly inspired by his two loves, the "new wave" techno dark and powerful. Resurfaces electronic music in Bilbao The new edition of "After Dark" also will feature a DJ pioneer in Bilbao as José Vicente López, alias DJV Sound. Throughout his career he has shared booth with other great artists such as José Luis Rebollo genre (Madelman) in Thebas room. On the other hand, in 1998 he founded, together with Javi Franco Nodata, a collective are unprecedented in Bilbao dedicated to promoting musical activities involving music like John Acquaviva, Ian Pooley, Märtini Brös, Tiefschwarz, Chris Duckenfield or Sidereal. Far from Bilbao, DJV Sound triumphantly closed the 2001 Sónar festival and played at the Sun Dance Festival 2002 Tallinn, Estoinia; FIB Benicàssim in 2003 and in 2001 and 2003 Electrogaia San Sebastián. It will complete the lineup of "After Dark" Barcelona DJ Undo (Gabriel Berlanga), one of the major drivers of Catalan electronic music. According to the Guggenheim, the keys to its success are the study, track and strength of Factor City, the label he founded almost 15 years ago and it was the ideal platform for the launch of 'Disconnect', their third LP and one of the most ambitious work of his career. "With a solid, common proposal, runs the best of every genre and every decade -alega the pinacoteca-. With pop, a deep musical knowledge with the ability to harmonize from the acid to electro and with a taste profiling techno influences, the repertoire of Undo is far from exhausted and ready to travel from classic tracks to a continuous present full news. "

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