Do not miss the fantastic Warm Up for the spectacle that we expect on May 31 at the Belgrade Fair with the headliner – Italian DJ and producer Sam Paganini.
The icing starts at 6 pm, and all those who reach 19h will have the opportunity to win 2 cards for Sam Paganini – Solving Open Air / May 31
The entry is FREE
Line up: 1) Vincent Koelo b2b Aiko Miyuki 2) Groovytech 3) SENSE 4) Aleksandar Adzancic
Vincent Koelo began with dj-ing in 1998 when the records were being played and gramophone recorders were mostly the only thing they were doing. After more than 2 decades of experience in dj-ingu, his preferred genre is tribal-tech. The production works as a side hobby with which she likes occasionally surprises her fans. In 2003 he founded Into The Groove productions with the aim of presenting some of the best electronic music releases, from deep, house, tech-tribal to techno. Vincent Koel joined Aiko Miyuki. Though it prefers a bit harder sound, with its positive energy it perfectly fit into b2b sets, the two of which are specific.
Nemanja Bozic, better known as Groovytech, comes from Sabac. Although he has been in the electronic music world for a long time, he describes himself in three years when, among other performances, he performed for the first time in Belgrade at the club Monsun, where he decided to continue his career. It now brings us the sounds of the Romanian minimalist and micro house, which he says most likes to present to the audience.
Stefan Spaic aka SENSE, comes from Priboj, with dj-ing he met for the first time in 2010 when his interest in electronic music begins. Although he has met with various genres such as techno, progressive and tech house, he has found himself in the last few years in minimal, deep tech and micro house sound.
Aleksandar Adžančić, young producer and DJ comes from Kosovska Mitrovica. He also showed interest in music as a kid playing a drum, and later he decides to stand behind the “one” side counter and present the audience with the sounds of minimal and micro house.