- STUDIO X
KA4U -Breactro Set
KILLER-BONG -DJ Set
Yoshinori Hayashi (Smalltown Supersound | Going Good)
- | House
入場料金はSTUDIO X (MISSION) 施設使用料として頂いております。
Admissions are for the use of facility MISSION STUDIO X.
Contactフロアでは、昨年のFESTIVAL de FRUEの出演が記憶に新しく、目覚ましい活躍を見せるDJ mew、NTS Radioのレギュラー・
A night of MUSIC JOURNEY that creates of vortex of energy
Formed by high-wave music, Voltex bases its core in aggressive and energetic techno, bass music, and leftfield.
In Studio X, galcid, the master of modular synthesizers and an important figure in Japan’s electronic music scene who’s performed at MUTEK.JP, Boiler Room, and festivals not only in Japan but as well as overseas, makes her appearance. From Osaka, we have KA4U, the organizer of MIDI_sai who has invited the likes of DJ Stingray and Luke Vibert in the past, continuing to build a new platform and culture for music. He’ll be making his Contact debut with a “Breactro set”, an unknown genre derived from Electro. ¥ØU$UK€ ¥UK1MAT$U has performed at Berlin’s electronic music festival Atonal, contributed mixes to a number of labels, released a Mix CD from〈Black Smoker Records〉, and still remains to be a unique figure in the party scene. From hosting her own outdoor rave “SLICK” to performing at festivals like ILINX and Re:birth last year, Mari Sakurai is a leading figure new circuit of cutting-edge sounds. And, your host Akey, along with the guests, will be providing a variety of techno sounds in Studio X.
Contact floor features DJ mew, who’s been quite active and her performance at FESTIVAL de FRUE last year is still fresh in our memories, KIRAYAMA, who holds a regular program on NTS Radio and stirred up the crowd at Shibuya WWWβ as okadada × KIRAYAMA × OG from Militant for the party SPACE BASE. A DJ set by the one and only KILLER-BONG from〈BLACK SMOKER〉, and Yoshinori Hayashi, who’s performed at countless local festivals, touring Europe, and released new works last year on Norway’s label〈Smalltwon Supersound〉inspired by music ranging from Jungle to Jazz and club music from ’89 ~ ’93.
Enjoy the unexpected thrills and contrasts of both floors created by guests with originality whom are active in various fields.