Anja Schneider Invites Confirms Full Line-Up
Mobilee boss Anja Schneider has announced the full line-up for her first ever hosted event in London this October, with exciting talent Citizenn and Igor Vicente joining the party.
Citizenn is handpicked by Anja as one of those emerging artists she feels embodies the futuristic spirit of electronic music and is acknowledged as one of the most inspiring artists to crop up in recent years. Breaking through with cuts on Kerri Chandler’s MadTech and Waze & Odyssey’s Street Tracks, his stocks rose even further with the recent release of his debut album ‘Human Interface’ on Crosstown Rebels.
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“I liked him from the very first moment. He has this very deep house understanding with a real cool hard approach to reaching peak time. His musical understanding is outstanding and interesting – a set from Citizenn is a true journey,” Anja tells. “When I first me him we had this lovely ‘click’ moment. I knew we had the same understanding of fun and many laughs in common. He truly is a sweetheart and a damn good producer. I’m excited to see his career growing as it’s only the beginning.”
Igor Vicente brings bags of personality and fun to the party to match his outstanding DJ sets where deep, hypnotic and groovy house and techno is weaved together with masterful flair. A fresh member to Schneider’s mobilee crew, he’s set to drop a new EP on Visionquest in November, while a follow up to last year’s ‘The Knight’ EP on Hot Creations in penciled for early 2016.
“Of course it’s easy to invite a mobilee artist to a party of mine. Igor Vicente is the latest entry at mobilee and has his own unique style. But Igor has honestly been the DJ who has impressed me the most at our last parties with his mind-blowing sets,” she shares. “I can’t keep this secret and wish that everyone will hear his amazing talent. He’s the most funny guy with the biggest hands I know, but if they touch the players it’s gonna be magic!”
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