The long awaited and well deserved long weekend is finally here and it will not only bring us four days of sensational nights out, but it will also grant us an extra hour of fun thanks to the time change between Saturday and Sunday, to live the night at its fullest.
At Plastic, on Friday, you will enjoy that techno mix with deep house, dub, and tribal sounds that the talented Marco Shuttle creates. It will indubitably carry you to another world. The last time I saw him in Milan in January, it was so captivating that no one left the console or stopped dancing till the end of the set.
At Dude Club‘s Osservatorio Astronomico you’ll find Osunlade, founder of the Yoruba record label and multifaceted artist: photography enthusiast and lover of jazz, soul, and house music, all genres that he mixes into his sets. In 2001 Dixon offered him to record an album and Ame took care of the remix, that became one of the most played in the clubs of Ibiza and many others. On the other side of Dude Club you’ll find one of the leading figures of French house music – Dj Deep. While Abstract and Hiver, the club’s resident deejays, will warm you up to the right point.
Saturday will be the day of the many facets of house music, with Midland at BLOCK Club, Matthias Tanzmann and Stephan Esse at Wall, and Pisetzky and Dylan at Volt.
Sunday is the perfect day for a trip out of town to get ready for an explosive Halloween.
Kerri Chandler needs no introduction and I can call myself his groupie, considering all of the times that I’ve had the luck of seeing him. Not only he is one of the greatest house music artists, he is also very funny and extremely nice: if you happen to meet him, he’ll be more than happy to have a chat with you. You’ll find him at Wall on Monday night, with real house music and he’ll definitely make you dance until you drop… just listen to one of his Boiler Rooms to get ready, “House is house”!
The Dude Club offers a top notch Monday night: the rhythmic techno music of Dj Pete would be enough to make you swing by, not to mention the slow and deep techno of Varg.
At Osservatorio Astronomico you’ll find Byron the Aquarius and Ge-ology. The latter has been part of the scene for at least ten years and is influenced by old school hip hop. They are both under Theo Parrish’s label Sound Signature.
At Volt, the Italians Mind Against will entertain you with their techno deep.