Samstag 15.04.2017, 23:00

Where: Club Borderline
Genre: uncategorized

Electronic Easter

Mainfloor – Techno

Marco Bailey
(MB Electronics)

Carlo Lio
(ONE EDGE SOCIETY / Rawthentic Music)

Spartaque
(I am Techno)

Juicy Lotta
(4 Difference Records)

Under Grand
(dein-studio.com)

KK3D
(Absolut Techno)

Anthrazit Floor – Deep Techhouse

Fenomen
(Tillend)

Gin Tonic Soundsystem
(Provisorium)

Tony Garcia
(Club Borderline)

Florian Defunes
(7th Sense)

Willi
(7th Sense)

Virgil T
(Club Borderline)

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20 years +

Presaletickets www.ticketino.com
Earlybird CHF 15.- (excl) till 26.03
Standard CHF 23.- (excl) till 15.04 17:00
Kombitickets Sa 15.04 & Su 16.04 CHF 30.- (excl)

Nach einem unvergesslichen „Electronic New Years Eve“ geht es weiter an Ostern mit „ Electronic Easter„ Samstag den 15.04.2017 und Sonntag den 16.04.2017 jeweils von 23:00 – 09:00. Der Mainfloor wird wie immer mit internationalen Techno Acts bestückt sein die es in sich haben. Am Ostersamstag Marco Bailey von MB Electronics aus Belgien, Carlo Lio von Rawthentic Music aus Kanada und Spartaque von I am Techno aus der Ukraine. Am Ostersonntag Kerstin Eden von Abstract aus Deutschland, Mike Väth von Nachtstrom Schallplatten mittlerweile aus der Schweiz und Dubspeeka von Skeleton Recordings aus England. Im Anthrazitfloor am Samstag Deep Techhouse und am Sonntag Minimal mit Suicide Toast als Headliner. Vorverkauf gibt es auf www.ticketino.com.

After a unforgettable „Electronic New Years Eve“ it continues the easterweekend with „ Electronic Easter“ Saturday 15.04.2017 and Sunday 16.04.2017 each nights from 23:00 – 09:00. The Mainfloor as always is gona be stocked with international Techno-Acts. Eastersaturday Marco Bailey from MB Electronics Belgium, Carlo Lio from Rawthentic Canada and Spartaque from I am Techno Ukraine. On Eastersunday Kerstin Eden from Abstract Germany, Mike Väth from Nachtstrom Schallplatten now in Switzerland and Dubspeeka from Skeleton Recordings United Kingdom. On the Anthrazitfloor Saturday Deep Techhouse and Sunday Minimal with Suicide Toast as Headliner. Presaletickets on www.ticketino.com

Marco Bailey

Marco Bailey is somewhat considered an icon when it comes to techno and the dance music industry as a whole. It starts with a beat, and for Marco that as in the late 80’s. In 2014 he celebrated 25 years of Marco Bailey, a true achievement for someone who is an ambassador for the scene as well as an amazing DJ and producer.

He grew up in Belgium, and it all started out when he went to a small local club in his nearby city. At this point, he knew little and didn’t have any musical heroes, but soon released that he would rather be behind the decks than on the dance floor.

After teaching himself his early days in the 90’s were all about hard work and dedication. Playing gigs for small fees or sometimes even for free, this was how Marco learnt the trade and got to his feet, created a small local following playing everything from rock, funk and hip-hop. In 1994 he found house and techno, where he started releasing on some small labels, under “Marco Bailey”.

His break came in 2000 with his first EP on Carl Cox’s Intec imprint with “Play It Back”. Over the next couple of years he worked on his own imprint, launching MB Elektronics, with the first release in 2002 with “Caprioska”. The releases came flowing over the next few years, which saw the release of his critically acclaimed “Rube Boy” album back in 2004, soon followed by “Dragon Man” LP on John Digweed’s Bedrock in 2011.

Since 2000, he has had numerous releases on Intec as well as Bedrock who have supported his techno productions from the beginning. Not forgetting labels including Sleaze and Drumcode in recent years, as well as his very own MB Elektronics, with now over 150 releases to date since its inception, the label is considered one of the top techno imprints in the industry, with releases from the likes of Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, The Advent, Nic Fanciulli and Speedy J to name a few.

His most recent album was with 12 track “High Volume” released back in 2013 on MB Elektronics, dubbed by some techno aficionados as a masterpiece. It was at this time, he also released an up close and personal documentary “Marco Bailey”.

His Electronic Force podcast has been a huge success from the get-go, with almost 300 episodes to date, he has had every artist on board from Carl Cox, Alan Fitzpatrick, Umek, Joseph Capriati, Sam Paganini and Carlo Lio. It’s heard by millions of listeners in more than 50 countries.

Marco has been touring relentlessly throughout his career, he’s an artist who can say he has probably played at almost every club in the world, and been listed at the top of major festivals. He hasn’t stopped, and this summer was no exception his MATERIA brand taking a new home at Vista Club, Ibiza. Every Sunday, he offered artists including Sam Paganini, Carlo Lio, Julian Jewell, and Paul Ritch for the closing on the 28th August all came out to party with Marco and the crowd.

You can expect to see the MATERIA brand reach far and wide this year, with parties in London, Vienna, Amsterdam and Tokyo planned this winter. Mid October will see the release of the MATERIA compilation mix, a collection of tracks selected personally by Marco, of both his own releases and all the artists which played at MATERIA in Ibiza this summer.

MBR Limited is his latest label project currently with 13 releases from a selection of artists. There will also be 20 limited edition series on the label from Marco himself, showing the deeper, darker and purer sound of techno he has been producing of late.
The next release is due out on the 21st October with “Gravity Drag” EP – keep your ears peeled for this one, as it’s a true dance floor destroyer.

2016 continues to be another landmark year for Marco, with his first MATERIA residency considered a huge success, the brand looks to move worldwide, and the labels are only continuing to grow. He is a true pioneer of Techno, and has no plans to put on the brakes anytime soon.

Carlo Lio

Some artists are content earning the label of “overnight sensation,” while others patiently rely on hard work, dedication, and perseverance to earn the title of “everlasting sensation.” The latter is unquestionably the case for enigmatic Toronto native producer/DJ, Carlo Lio.

Originally known for leading the pack of prodigiously talented Toronto producers, Carlo has utilized his trademark cosmic house and techno sound to cement his status among today’s prodigiously talented world-renowned producers.

For proof, look no further than his remix of the
‘Diablo’ track on Cocoon Recordings. One of the
greatest rewards an artist can receive is to be recognized by his musical heroes, and an even greater honor occurs when those heroes ask you to remix for them. Such was the case for Carlo when Dubfire and Oliver Huntemann approached him to remix ‘Diablo’. Without hesitation, Carlo accepted this project and the resulting track not only topped the charts, but it manifested Carlo’s personal dreams in a single shot. Ever since, Carlo’s discography has exploded, with his music catching the eyes and ears of some of the biggest labels in the market – SCI+TEC, Bedrock Records, MOOD, Desolat, Suara, Intec Digital, and Mindshake Records just to name a few. And in the coming months, Lio will be releasing remixes and collaboration projects for Mathew Dear (aka Audion), DJ Sneak, Paul Ritch, Carl Cox, and Nicole Moudaber.

As talented as Carlo is in the studio, his deep pulsing tech-house and shaggy techno beats are even more powerful with captivating dancers in clubs and festivals around the globe.

With home bases in both Toronto and Barcelona, Lio effortlessly maintains the life of a superstar DJ, continuously roaming the planet for new dance floors to conquer. This year alone has Carlo billed on some of the world’s biggest events, including BPM Festival (Mexico), Digital Dreams (Canada), Audiogate (Germany), Balaton Sound (Hungary), Barrakud (Croatia), Les Plages Electroniques (France) and Music On (Ibiza).

Having no intentions of slowing down from this pace anytime soon, rest assured Carlo Lio is at the top of his game, routed straight into the international limelight with a lifetime of accolades ahead.

Spartaque

Ukrainian DJ and Producer Spartaque has become a name known for raw quality on the international techno landscape. He’s been at it for many years, but got his first break in 2007 DJing at Ukraine’s Global Gathering festival, and has continued with this festival every year since. He has added other vital performances to his resume by performing at Love Parade, Kazantip, Mayday, and others. Spartaque supplements these performances and maintains the momentum by way of his award-winning Supreme podcast, in addition to numerous guest mixes on other podcasts and radio shows.
Spartaque started out in his teenage years composing and producing dance music, finally realizing as a young adult the lucrative skill of DJing his works. His first piece to release was on a Virus Music album in 2005. A decade later, he now has over 300 released tracks on more than # labels. His arsenal includes both original works and remixes for some of the top artists around the world.
Maintaining balance between industry and artisanship, Spartaque has played a key role in the creation and development of several record labels, IAMT being the most highly regarded in the world of techno music. He has been nominated and awarded for his many achievements in the past decade, proving that ever since his modest start in 2005, he has become an influential artist in the world of techno.