Date: 6th March
Line up: LOS CABRA (LIVE) & FLEX MACHINA
ENTRY VIA GUEST LIST: bit.ly/WAWP3-17JAN
About the artists:
Los Cabra productions, dj & live sets, are made of the right stern to snowball dance floors worldwide and fill them with epic moments!
Manuel Sahagun & Christ Burstein, the guys were drawn to each other by their mutual thirst for deep & melodic music, resulting in the self-named project by 2016.
Getting worldwide attention after their debut on the mythic BAR 25 RECORDS (Gualeguay ep)
With exciting releases coming before the end of 2017 on Plotzliech, RKJVK, Rural, Golden Gate records among others, we can already see that 2018 it will be promising.
They have individually been active with electronic music well over a decade now. On the one hand, there’s Christ whose passion for life is driven by longtime love for house music in all its forms and shapes. Released on Natura Viva, Plotzlich, King Street, Rural Record (his own imprint) among others.
On the other hand, there is Manuel, a schooled musician who already has a string of full-length albums and single releases out on Oblack, Blind Vision, Mother, OFF, Rural, more than 30 vinyls (and counting).
Flex machina is a Bombay based analog modular synthesis electronica duo consisting of artists Gautham Hebbar and Tamzid Rahman.
Gautham and Tamzid first met while pursuing a media course together. After collaborating several times and gaining success in their individual projects, Fuego and Purva Ashadha, with genres ranging from cinematic ambient music to experimental intelligent dance music. flex machina was birthed when the two artists decided to shift the attention toward taking the collaborations to a new level with a live performance oriented venture, flex machina. Their sound pallet consists of massive driving basslines, enrapturing leads and melodies filled with uplifting energies and synthetic textures and soundscapes that layer upon subliminal techno rhythms.
Born out of their collective fantasy for analog sounds and their character, it is devoted to the wonderful technology that allows them to create this vast unrealistic world of sound. Some of their influences include Nils Frahm, Jon Hopkins, Aphex Twin, Hannes Bieger, and Boards of Canada.