Hyte Annouce A Day At The Park 2019

Hyte Announce A Day At The Park 2019

Hyte is coming to Rotterdam for the very first time!

Hyte, the Berlin-based underground festival brand, is heading to the Netherlands for its Rotterdam debut to take over the main stage of “A Day at the Park” at Kralingse Bos on Saturday, September 21st, 2019.

It’s a matter of love for the crowd in the Netherlands when it comes to the line-up, which features the best in techno and house.

The soundtrack comes courtesy of leader of the techno-elite Chris Liebing, the guarantee for pumping basslines of Nicole Moudaber, the house and techno craftsmanship of Nic Fanciulli, the inimitable Chicago charm of Green Velvet as well as Netherlands stalwarts Adin and Wouter S. And there’s one more big headliner on the bill, which is going to be announced in August.

But Hyte is more than just some big names on the line-up: Be prepared for the revered Hyte commitment to light, sound, and show design including the signature laser cage that always creates an incredible environment for likeminded partygoers.

Beacon of the underground Hyte sets another date in its Dutch calendar as it teams up with A Day At The Park, for the launch of a new collaboration that coincides with the festival’s return with an exciting new location. 20,000 partygoers are set to reignite the legacy of A Day At The Park on September, 21st, 2019 at Rotterdam’s Kralingse Bos, a venue carefully chosen to reflect the decade-plus history of the event.

Fittingly, Hyte will curate a big stage and ensure that the brand’s first appearance in Rotterdam properly reflects its sterling reputation.

Naturally, the carefully-curated artists of Hyte x A Day At The Park 2019 will be supported by the same sterling production that has earned the underground events series a rock-solid standing in every corner of the globe; whether it’s Miami or Amsterdam, Berlin or Ibiza. Punters can look forward to sound that delivers the crispest highs and the deepest bass in this outdoor Rotterdam setting, alongside the trademark Hyte lighting and visuals.

The signature laser cage will be in full effect, and Hyte regulars know to expect quality that is unparalleled.

Hyte is bringing some of the hottest artists of techno and house to Rotterdam. Get ready for…

Chris Liebing

Not only has Chris Liebing led the techno-elite for more than 25 years, but he has also undergone constant creative evolution during that time.

With a legacy that stretches back to Frankfurt’s iconic early scene, Liebing’s DJing experience stretches back even further to 1990 when he was playing hip-hop, soul and house in his university hometown of Giessen.Chris LiebingA job at Frankfurt’s Eye Q Records, plus a legendary residency at Omen Club, represented his entry into a lifetime of techno.

Leading his revered CLR imprint for nearly 20 years and famous for the incredible intensity he brings to his DJ sets, it was his refusal to stand still that saw him depart for the release of an artist album with the iconic Mute Records and to start a close collaboration with the legendary label.

“I’ve wanted to do something like ‘Burn Slow’ all my life,” said Liebing.

“I vividly remember dancing around at my neighbour’s house in the early ’80s to songs by Depeche Mode and Yazoo. Banging my head in dark basements to the likes of DAF, Laibach and Nitzer Ebb to name but a few.”

Green Velvet

This Chicago legend has been taking ravers to “La La Land” for nearly as long as rave itself has existed, cultivating his love of house and techno while studying chemical engineering at the University of Illinois.

Eventually, it was chemical engineering of the Acid House variety that drew the focus of Green Velvet.Green VelvetReleasing music also as Cajmere with a focus on jackin’ Chicago house, he reserved his Green Velvet alias for music steered down “an Industrial lane.” His 1993 record “Preacher Man” was formative, inspired by a sermon from Reverend CL Franklin.

“The minute I heard it, I just wanted to record something with it, that powerful vocal,” Green Velvet told Moo Kid. “He even kept roaring the word ‘house’!”

In the early 1990s, he launched his Cajual label as well as its sister Relief imprint, and Green Velvet remains as relevant and present as ever as a new generation embraces house music across the US.

A soon to be announced special guest

One more big headliner will be added to the massive line up of Hyte x A Day At The Park 2019 soon. Expect something big!

Nicole Moudaber

Nicole Moudaber embodies the international spirit of techno, its ability to cross borders and speak a universal language.

Raised in Nigeria of Lebanese descent, she’s lived in New York and thrown parties in Beirut, now situated in her home of London via Ibiza.

A onetime protégé of Carl Cox and a regular on techno staples like Adam Beyer’s Drumcode label, Moudaber is also the boss of very own MOOD label and event series.Nicole MoudaberShe’s a slave to the pulse of the dancefloor and happily describes herself as a party animal; a lover of fast cars who holds a racing license, regularly hitting speeds of 270kph and upwards; and deeply passionate about activism.

Moudaber has worked for years with theLower East Side Girls Club in New York to mentor disadvantaged young women and most recently launched Eleven, her own campaign to end the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM).

“Nobody knows about this subject,” Moudaber told DJ Mag.

“I think these girls need a voice, and if I can be a bit of help, then my job is done in this world.” It’s this passion that shines through in Moudaber’s talent for rocking crowds the world over.

Nic Fanciulli

The beginning of Nic Fanciulli’s journey to becoming one of house and techno’s most prevalent and consistent DJs and producers began in one of the most old-school ways imaginable: he handed a cassette demo to a club owner, in his hometown of Maidstone in the South East of England.Nic Fanciulli“It was the place where everyone was playing – Carl Cox, Sasha and Digweed, Pete Tong,” Fanciulli told Traxsource. “I learned a lot of my craft there. That was my apprenticeship into music.”

While he still lives in Maidstone, he now DJs in every corner of the globe, launching his seminal Saved Records imprint alongside his brother Mark Fanciulli that is swiftly approaching its 15th anniversary.

He’s a regular for the Hyte celebrated events series, whether it’s a sweaty Amsterdam warehouse or a pristine island off the coast of Vietnam.

Wouter S

Utrecht house-head Wouter S is positioned prominently among the next generation of DJ/producers who are bringing authentically jackin’ sounds to thirsty crowds, with his innate knack for timeless house (with a delicious side of UK garage) really hitting the spot whether it’s an intimate label showcase for his own 44Records imprint or a pumping HYTE warehouse event in Amsterdam.Wouter SIt’s a profile that Wouter has built from grassroots beginnings up over the past decade, cultivated on the side while ensconced in a previous life working in IT and sales.

Electronic music is now his primary focus, and this year he’s introduced to the world what he describes as his “newborn baby” in the form of his new Kompai label.

You’ll catch him representing the Dutch house massive at Hyte events over the summer.

ADIN

ADIN is stalwart of the Netherlands’ incredible scene, arriving via a journey that took him from his home country of Bosnia to a Rotterdam record store.ADINHoning his craft in the days when vinyl was king and producing his first tracks in the early noughties, ADIN has kickstarted 2019 with the launch of his new DREEF imprint.

His sound is situated between European techno and his love for the more melodic side of the dancefloor.

“My Balkan origins added to this love of melodies, as music is a huge part of the culture on that side of the world,” ADIN told Pulse in an interview.

Beyond his Balkan roots, he points to his adopted home as the source of his inspiration. “I’m so happy that I’m living in such an amazing country like the Netherlands. We have the healthiest music scene in the world,” he says.

Hyte x A Day At The Park 2019 at Kralingse Bos on Saturday, 21st September. Click here for tickets, updates and more information.

hyte nye

Hyte Release Long-Awaited Timetable for New Years Eve

Returning to Berlin on New Year’s Eve 2018 for a 24-hour marathon, Hyte present its annual flagship festival.

Hyte revealed the long-awaited timetable for its Hyte NYE Berlin 2018 event at Funkhaus Berlin.

25 DJs and live acts in 2 rooms playing for 24 hours! Hyte presents a carefully curated line-up including performances of established headliners, such as Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, Adam Beyer, Pan-Pot, Amelie Lens and Stephan Bodzin, and various highly-respected talents of the underground scene.hyte-berlin-nye2017@pablobustos-73Real connoisseurs are looking forward to some rare and very special back-2-back sessions: Butch and wAFF will play together for the very first time ever.

The few previous back-2-back sets of Woody and Soulphiction at Berlin’s secret venue Heideglühen caused quite a stir.

Yaya and Djebali are two fast rising names in the house scene right now, who will team up for a special collabo session, too. And Ferro will join Anthea for an exceptional set to close the event with a bang.2018_hyte_berlin_nye_timetableHyte returns to its homebase Berlin on New Year’s Eve 2018 for a 24-hour marathon to present its annual flagship festival.

The venue for this spectacular occasion is once again Shedhalle, a industrial warehouse, which is part of the iconic Funkhaus, an impressive complex of buildings, which mixes modernist, clear Bauhaus design with colossal soviet architecture.

Tickets for this event have been selling out and are now on their 3rd release. Click here and grab yours before it’s too late.

Hyte Electric Zoo NYC

Review: Hyte Leave New York Raving To Their Groove

The Berlin based festival brand brought their reputable spirit to the US.

Hyte, well-known for outstanding underground electronic music events all over the globe, presented their latest collaboration on Sunday 2nd September, with Electric Zoo Festival in New York and once again it proved the brand to be one of the most essential and exiting in the world of Techno and House.

The performances by Chris Liebing b2b Dubfire, Pete Tong, Matthias Tanzmann and Gregor Tresher set the groove to this stage hosting.

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The stage was expertly designed with the key elements of every Hyte show and, of course, had New York’s iconic skyline in the backdrop as the music began. Memorable sets came from a quality list of names on the Hyte stage:

Things started to heat up with Gregor Tresher, who played a magical mix of techno that really got people into the groove.Gregor tresherMatthias Tanzmann then stepped with an outstanding set of his infectious tech house sound, featuring plenty of cuts from his own Moon Harbour label as well as the best of the rest.Matthias TanzmannWith Pete Tong coming on stage, he really was the centre of attention for the whole festival, and as ever came correct with his contemporary selection of up front sounds all mixed to perfection.Pete TongThen came the legendary Chris Liebing and Dubfire, brothers in music, who really showed they had a great understanding as they took the crowd on a real journey.

Chris played a few of his upcoming tracks from his much-anticipated new album Burn Slow, recently released on the infamous Mute label, and it was a real highlight of the festival.DubfireAttention now turns to Amsterdam Dance Event, where Hyte will present another highlight event. It is across three stages at Mediahaven and features world class names like Chris Liebing, Loco Dice, Pan-Pot, Enzo Siragusa, Guti, wAFF, Andrea Oliva, Subb-an b2b Adam Shelton, and many more (Click here for event info), then on November,

10th Hyte is coming to Eindhoven in The Netherlands to host a stage at “We Are Electric” at Klokgebouw with Chris Liebing, Marcel Dettmann, Robert Hood, Colin Benders live and Titia.

Instytut

Instytut Poland Announces Full Lineup Including Chris Liebing, Function, Perc live And Dax J

Instytut Poland is fast approaching, and now the premier techno festival can reveal its full line up.

Playing at the historic and atmospheric old fortress near Warsaw from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th June will be the likes of Nina Kraviz, Marcel Dettmann, Dax J, Randomer, Perc, Siga, Chris Liebing, Speedy J, Kobosil and many more.

Instytut have been throwing Poland’s most famous and authentic raves for decades now. This festival uses all their know how to make for an essential event that takes place across three stages: Rave, Underground and Main, and offers world class DJs and live acts from around the world. The location is Garnizon Modlin, the longest building in Europe and the second largest in the world with three rivers surrounding it, picturesque sandy beaches hidden among forests nearby and over 200 years of turbulent history contained within its walls.InstytutPlaying on the Main Stage on the first day will be Nina Kraviz, Manoid, Marcel Dettmann, Orphx live, Oscar Mulero, Sigha and These Hidden Hands live, while the Rave Stage sees Dax J, a love show form Headless Horseman, sets from Melania, Randomer, Kobosil and T A K A live, plus Capo, Concept of Thrill, Hedrome, Lawrence Kurt and more on the Underground Stage.

Saturday on the Main Stage is Chris Liebing, Dasha Rush, Function, New Romare, Oake, Speed J and Telefon Tel Aviv live, the Rave Stage will be home to Abstract Division, Cleric, Nath, Perc live, Radial, Sept and VTSS live and the Underground Stage welcomes Anja Kraft, Blazej Malinowski live, Frank Heise, His Dirty Secrets, Peter Van Hoesen, Polar Inertia live and Volte-Face.

 

The scene is all set for the most exiting new techno festival in Europe. Click the Facebook page here for more information.

Diynamic London Festival

Diynamic Launch Their First London Festival

Open Air event to take place at east London location on the banks of river Thames

German powerhouse label Diynamic is launching its first London festival. Taking place across two days on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th September at Greenwich Peninsula, expect a large selection of the key artists that have won the label global admiration coupled with world class production in a spectacular setting.

Diynamic are well known for their sold out showcases across the world, from OFF Sonar to ADE to London. Last year saw the launch of the inaugural Diynamic festival in a forest outside Amsterdam, and this year the show comes to London for the first time ever. Label boss Solomun is world-renowned for his influential and hugely popular ‘Solomun+1’ night at Pacha Ibiza, which has recently had global outings in Tulum and Paris.

While the full line-up will be announced in due course, expect to catch most of the Diynamic family in action.  The impressive open air site is located on the Greenwich Peninsula in south-east London, on the banks the river Thames, with the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf forming a glorious backdrop. With a limited capacity of 5,000 people, you can expect incredible music, drinks and food in an intimate open air setting.Diynamic Launch Their First London FestivalThe festival will feature a custom designed main stage, being shipped from Diynamic headquarters in Hamburg, with a state of the art D&B soundsystem on top. There will be a large variety of award winning street food available all day, as well as bars serving ice cold beer, pimm’s and delicious cocktails.

The festival is being brought to you in partnership with London party instigators Unleash, old friends of the label, and hosts of the sold out 10 Years of Diynamic party in 2015.

Diynamic Festival London is the unmissable event of London’s 2018 event calendar, so be sure to put the date in the diary before more announcements later in spring. Join the Facebook event for more information and updates here. Sign up for pre-sale tickets here.

HYTE NYE BERLIN 2017

Hyte Confirm Full NYE Lineup

Excitement is building for HYTE’s 24-hour rave.

Hyte takeover the Funkhaus venue in Berlin for a spectacular 24-hour techno rave on New Years Eve. The mouth-watering details of who is playing and when have been revealed, while teaser photos (below) give a first look into the fantastic space that will become an adult playground for one sure to be special techno celebration.

All shades of techno will be covered by a selection of international DJs and live acts, with Monoloc, Gregor Tresher, Pan-Pot, Andrea Oliva, Adam Beyer, Tale of Us, Loco Dice, Ricardo Villalobos, Nina Kraviz and Chirs Liebing all playing in room one.

Meanwhile, the second space will be taken care of by Confidns, Gheist (live), Modig, Deniro, Bjarki (live), Steve Rachmad, wAFF, Yaya, Ferro, Alex & Digby, Enzo Siragusa and Dewalta.HYTE NYE BERLIN 2017 The venue is a vast warehouse space that has arched ceilings, steel girders and real industrial aesthetics. It will be converted with immersive lights and a powerful sound system that will deliver every beat and hi hat with HD quality to every part of both rooms.

This promises to be one of the most legendary New Year’s Eve parties in Berlin for some time; the clock is ticking, so don’t miss out on this non-stop 24 hour techno marathon. 

HYTE BERLIN NYE 

Sunday, December, 31st 2017

18:00 -18:00 (24 hours non-stop)

Funkhaus Berlin

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Website: www.hyte.net
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99 GHOSTS
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Sunday, December, 18:00 -18:00 (24 hours non-stop)

ADE

ADE Reveals 2017 Phase 1 Line Up

The mighty ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) have announced their huge phase one lineup.
 
The first wave of DJs include Adriatique, Airwave, Amelie Lens, Damian Lazarus, Danny Tenaglia, Davide Squillace, Dax J, Dense & Pika, DJ Pierre, DJ Tennis, Dubfire, Etapp Kyle, Fatima Yamaha, Gerd Janson, Hercules & Love Affair, Ilario Alicante, Jackmaster, Jeff Mills, Joris Voorn, Joseph Capriati, Kiasmos, KiNK, Kölsch, Len Faki, Marcel Dettmann, Matthias Tanzmann, Mind Against, Monika Kruse, Nastia, Nicole Moudaber, Paula Temple, Recondite, Robert Hood, Rodhad, Sam Paganini, Seth Troxler, Slam, Solomun, Stephan Bodzin, Steve Rachmad, Sven Väth and Tale Of Us.
 
With over 2500 artists expected to play, make sure you keep an eye out for more announcements in the coming weeks. 
 
The 2017 ADE returns from 18th to 22nd October, at various venues across Amsterdam. For more info and tickets, head to the ADE website
 
 

Laidback Luke

Laidback Luke Techno Exclusive with Taste The Punch

San Antonio is in for a treat.

This Friday we see legendary DJ and producer Laidback Luke take centre stage for Taste The Punch as he plays an exclusive techno set at San Antonio’s club Eden.

Taste the Punch, who have been making a lot of noise in the last few weeks, have managed to book the international DJ to perform two strictly techno shows on the magical island.

This is going to be one of the most anticipated shows of the summer & is not to be missed.

Joining the superstar DJ on Friday 30th June will be Lee Walker, Hauswerks and Christian Nielsen. 

TTP will be at Eden, San Antonio every Friday until 29th September 2017 and will feature guests Faithless (DJ Set), Mark KnightMike Skinner (The Streets), Format BMarshall JeffersonDJ SneakEllie Cocks and more.
Get your tickets for Taste The Punch in Ibiza here.

More info on the TTP Facebook page here

Awakenings Announce ADE

Awakenings Announce ADE Lineup

Awakenings have announced they will be extending things at this years Amsterdam Dance Event.

The Amsterdam Dance Event or ADE as it’s best known is the leading electronic music platform and the biggest club festival in the world that covers the whole spectrum of electronic dance music.ADE will takes place Wednesday 18th until Sunday 22nd October in the Tolhuistuin, Brakke Grond and Melkweg venues with the DeLaMar Theater taking centre stage this year.

After 16 years in the Felix Meritis, ADE will be moving to the DeLaMar Theater this year to allow major renovations to take place in its old venue. The DeLaMar is ideally situated next to the Leidseplein and Melkweg and will also allow the event to bring previously separately-housed events under one roof.This was taken from the ADE website here.

“Having been sold out for the last seven years, plus with more delegates coming from an ever greater number of countries, especially Korea, China, Africa, India and South America, the renovation of the Felix Meritis offers us an opportunity to try a different venue,” ADE director Richard Zijlma, said. “We are excited and optimistic about the new conferencing and networking possibilities that the DeLaMar Theater offers, and we’re confident that delegates will find it a spectacular and inspiring space.”

This year Awakenings have announced they will be presenting seven ADE specials in the Gashouder and will showcase a host of artists from Joris Voorn to Ben Klock, Pig & Dan to Dense & Pika and Shlomo to Dax J.Awakenings Presents 7 ADE Specials

18/10: Awakenings x Len Faki present Figure Nacht
19/10: Awakenings x Adam Beyer present Drumcode
20/10: Awakenings x Paul Kalkbrenner presents Back to the Future
20/10: Awakenings x Joris Voorn & Friends:
21/10: Awakenings ADE Special by Day
21/10: Awakenings x Joseph Capriati invites
22/10: Awakenings x Klockwords present Photon

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Click here for all ADE information and listings.

Jaded YYYY

YYYY Makes UK debut at Jaded

Keeping you out early.

Everyone’s favourite Sunday morning party Jaded has Argentinian duo YYYY making their UK debut at Corsica Studios on Sunday 4th June and will be performing a mage 3 hour hybrid set. Joining them will be Reflec, who is returning after smashing it at Jaded earlier in the year.

OFF Topic crew will be hosting things in room 2.

Jaded
Sunday 4th June 2017
5am – 3pm
Corsica Studios
Room 1
YYYY (3 hour hybrid)
Reflec
Raymundo Rodriguez
Room 2 – hosted by OFF Topic
Julez Wyl
+ more
Early birds £5 / 1st release £10 / 2nd release £12 / guest list £14 – Click here