2.35:1 Isl Label Night: Vicky Montefusco, Jesper Dahlbäck, Kimono, Nim
D. 2012.12.05 Kl. 23:00

2.35:1 presents
Vicky Montefusco, Jesper Dahlbäck, Kimono, Nima Khak

Vicky Montefusco is an italian dj/producer since 1999.Playing to the first private parties ones organizes with the friends has begun to construct his base. Always fascinated by the lifestyle and music of the 80's,in fact his sets and realeses are always characterized by a tech-house/techno groove with the addition of synthesizers always as the classic "Moog".Having started almost as child to spin the vinyl,he has an excellent technique that led him to perform with artists of the bore of:Little Louie Vega, Joe Montana, Justin Berkmann,Erick Morillo,Smokin Jo,Marco Bailey,Marco Nastic,Joseph Capriati,Carola Pisaturo,Billy Nasty,Marco Carola, Brenda Russell, James Ruskin,Luke Slater,Samuel L Session,Till Von Sein,Jesper Dalhback,Robert Hood,and to have gigs in a different countries as Italy,Germany,Romania and Poland.Thanks to its outstanding managerial qualities,Vicky is chief manager of the group "My Mode Crew"where he specializes in organizing nightly events,public relation and dj's booking.After a few digital/vinyl realeses,Vicky has is first step to bigger label in the 2012 when is signed to ISL recordings(International sound laboratory) of Jesper Dalhback.Curently ,Vicky is working hard for make is own label.

Jesper Dahlback is one of Sweden’s leading DJ/producers with a lengthy back catalogue to his name. Recent productions include collaborations with Alexi Delano, Jori Hulkkonen, Tiga, Adam Beyer as well as remixes for the likes of Rex the Dog, Zoo Brazil, Arnaud Rebotini of Black Strobe, Thomas P Heckman, Pan Pot, Len Faki. Produc- tion also ranges into Tiga remixes of Depeche Mode, The Prodigy and LCD Soundsys- tem as well as remixes of Robyn and The Knife together with his cousin John.

Jesper has music in his genes – his grandfather, father and uncle are all musicians as are most of his cousins – but it was the musical movements in Detroit, Berlin and London that inspired him to start producing techno, back in 1991 in his bedroom studio. Completely hooked, by 1993 he’d formed the Stockholm-based Globe Studios together with Peter Benisch and Adam Beyer following a chance meeting on the train to Love Parade.

Jesper now describes his sound as “ranging between the analogue sounds of the roland sh101 and the precision mathematics of my computer. I’m a researcher and developer of unheard sounds! Since the founding of Globe Studios, I have always been looking for new ways to bend the rules and test the unknown. When I DJ, I just play my own productions blending old classics with new unreleased demos.”

Jesper is now also running his new label called International Sound Laboratory or just ISL. The label is part of the new movements bringing techno and music production in to the new century. So far artists like Alexi Delano, Tony Rohr, Cari Lekebusch, Jori Hulkkonen and Jesper himself has produced material for the label. The imprint works as a experimental platform for the new era in techno music.

In the mid 90's Nima Khak came in contact with the Swedish techno scene. Born in Iran but he moved to Sweden as a child. Khak grew up in Stockholm with the rich flora of prolific labels such as Drumcode, Code Red, H-Productions, Inside rec. and the other Stockholm based labels coloring the soundscape of his own production to a big extent.

Today his productions are often centered around a deeper groove and a pulsating beat, but always with a clear and consistent idea and a forward thinking drive as showcased by his releases on Drumcode, H-Production, ISL, Truesoul and remixes for amongst others Secret Cinemas GEM Records and Gregor Treshers Break New Soil Records. As part of the new wave of Swedish techno artists Nima Khak is carving his own imprint on the genre, forever curious, forever exploring.

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Age: 23+