Tag: Nastia

Report: Kappa Futur Festival 2016

Kappa Futur is about one thing: techno. The festival has one large main hanger that sees thousands of people all pay pilgrimage to the finest techno DJs of the day. They worship at the raised DJ alter in baking sun and have done so for years now. Back once again in 2016 to take over Turin, the festival boasted a bigger and better line-up than ever before. As well as the on main hanger, there is also a second stage that often plays home to the Kings of House, a super group of legendary house music DJs who play hit ... Read more

Interview: Kim Ann Foxman

The career of Kim Ann Foxman has gone full circle after shes stepped away from New York’s neo-disco collective Hercules and Love Affair to return to her fundamental passions: rocking clubs as a DJ and producing raw electronic music. Channeling this focus Kim has also opened her record label – Firehouse – in collaboration with London based music and art label The Vinyl Factory. Since then, Kim has remixed the likes of The xx and Maya Jane Coles, while releasing on the likes of Young Turks, Heidi Pres. Jackathon Jams, Needwant and, of course, Firehouse. This weekend, Kim Ann Foxman ... Read more

Interview: Nastia

With little else than the love of dance in her bones, Ukraine’s Nastia has forged her way into being one of electronic music’s all around dance music ambassadors. First getting behind a pair of decks in 2005, Nastia has since toured the world in many cities throughout Europe and further abroad to Japan, North Africa, South America and Mauritius. Aside from touring as a DJ, Nastia’s presence has been felt as a promoter, radio host and, most recently, a resident of Moscow’s famed Arma17. Self-considered more of a true DJ than a producer, Nastia’s skills behind the decks are unquestioned, ... Read more

Movement Europe Celebrates 10th Anniversary This October

Italy’s Movement Festival has been a leading electronic tour de force for an entire decade now, in celebration another mouthwatering edition will be held on October 31st in their usual home of Torino. Over the years, Movement has helped push quality underground music throughout Europe. A relative of the legendary DEMF in Detroit, Movement pairs scene leading acts with hot up and coming talents across five special stages. There is barely a house or techno star worth their salt who hasn’t played the festival, which makes it one of the best loved in the world as a result. The mission of any ... Read more