The night brings counsel, and from tomorrow the Milanese calendar of events will ensure that you get plenty of it, making you forget the meaning of sleep.
Friday at the Plastic’s NUL evening you can see Joey Anderson, deep sounding house producer well known in the underground scene, mainly thanks to his Dekmantel’s albums that I strongly advise you to listen.
DJ Ralf needs no introduction, thanks to his long career going back to the 1980s; in case you’ve never had the pleasure to see him, either at the Cocoricò or in the Ibiza clubs, you can get four full hours of his dance house music at the Wall. For old-school fans, the Volt offers an immersion into techno-soul sounds with Jus-Ed.
Saturday’s schedule is packed full of good vibrations, mainly thanks to the perfect matches offered. The rainy afternoon is dedicated to Artefakt’s techno music at the Masada, which is always a great choice with its comfy sofas, low lighting and welcoming atmosphere.
We then move on to the Wall for a super-charged evening with Soul Clap, whose sense of fun and cheerfulness takes some beating. I’ve never missed one of their gigs in Milan, and anyway after dining together I can’t do without them! Next in the programme is Kenny Dope, house music guru and founder (with Little Louie Vega) of “Master at Work”.
Last but not least, Harvey Sutherland, named “Australian Electronic Artists to Watch” in 2015, will delight you with his funky and jazz-infused house music at the Dude Club’s Osservatorio Astronomico, while the Main Room will be filled with Apparat’s sound, electronic music featuring a mix of old-school and acid influences, with synthesizer accents. This is the chance to make amends for those (including myself, alas!) who missed his gig with Modeselektor in Milan last April.