50 tickets available online + 150 tickets at the door.
Ryan Elliott has spent the past two decades of his esteemed career effortlessly bridging the gap between different artistic expectations. Growing up as a DJ in Detroit, but coming into his own in Berlin, his sets expand on each city’s styles. A resident at both Berghain and Panorama Bar as well as Offenbach’s club Robert Johnson, he refuses to be aligned with just techno or house, instead highlighting their optimal overlaps. And as a producer, remixer, and founder of his own label, Faith Beat, Elliott releases music that is playable but unpredictable, perfectly calibrated for dancefloor impact and enduring enjoyment. No matter what form his musical expression takes, with Elliott listeners always seem to get the best of both worlds. Launched in 2019, Faith Beat is an organic extension of Elliott’s passions as a DJ, producer and voracious record collector. A home for music that is thoughtful and loose, precise yet approachable, Faith Beat is not a one-way street, but an ongoing conversation between Elliott and the crowds he plays for, the producers he loves and the records he buys. As a DJ, Elliott delivers sets that slice energetically across the house and techno divide, a revelatory approach that’s infused with a deep respect for his selections. This ethos also manifests in the monthly charts Elliott has published since 2003, insisting on giving a proper platform to whatever he plays. As with all of his efforts, Elliott doesn’t pit one place or style against each other, continuing to pursue a sleek and transportive fusion.
Anna Malysz’ current passion ranges between progressive and deepish house. Collecting a range of vinyl and digital stompers and gems since she first started practising DJing at the FLINTA DJ space at Conne Island, Leipzig with her partner in crime, enelRAM, this passion soon permeated various areas of her life. As a booker at Conne Island, she hosted concerts from pop to punk, organizing DJ workshops on a regular basis. She’s part of the DJ collectives nice4what and G-Edit. At this year’s Escape to Olganitz (f.k.a. Nachtdigital) she curates the Ambiente Stage “Senke”. And on the ravier side, she organizes club nights with Institut fuer Zukunft’s in-house crew DRIVE.
AGY3NA’s music transports its own vibe, which is difficult to capture with words. He experiments cross-genre somewhere between house and electro, always with a touch of wavy 80s sound, percussion elements and spacey acid. In doing so, AGY3NA manages to produce a coherent overall picture seemingly effortlessly, despite the obviously diverse influences on his music. Afrofuturism as an aesthetic and musical form of expression plays a guiding role: as diverse and experimental as his sets are, for him music is closely linked to his own identity, which he is constantly forced to sort out as a queer, black person. Thus, he sees in music a chance to connect these parts, from which a unique narrative is formed. Born in Nuremberg, the 27-year-old lived for a while in Berlin, currently in Leipzig and is part of the Pulsår collective.
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