Room 26 Giovedi 25 febbraio 2016 – Marc Houle22/02/2016
Room 26 Giovedi 25 febbraio 2016 – Marc Houle
Room 26 Giovedi 25 febbraio 2016 – Marc Houle in main Room + Plus Room FREE ENTRY al 3404987255
Piazzale Guglielmo Marconi 51 Roma.
Ingresso IN LISTA GLOBO OMAGGIO UOMO E DONNA IN PLUS ROOM dalle 23.00 all’una
Dopo l’una 10€ donna con drink – 10€ uomo con drink
Privè da 20/25/30€ a persona in base alla posizione.
In MAIN ROOM ingresso 10€ Uomo e Donna con Drink.
Per metterti in lista @ Room 26 Plus chiama i numeri 340.4987255 -342.3571686 – 333.4658024 – 338.4133082
Oppure compila il modulo sotto
Il Giovedì del Room 26 Plus è la serata SAVE MY SOUND dedicata ai ritmi House
Si alterneranno in consolle:
- Falvio Rago
- Paolo Pompei
- Orazio Fatman
- Under B
- M2o Djs
Il Club Room 26 Plus è un raccoglitore di musica House – Deep House per i clubbers amanti del genere.
La nostra serata del Giovedì è stata creata per dare un continuativo anche infrasettimanale.
La Plus Room sarà uno spazio accogliente per ballare i nostri ritmi accompagnati da drink serviti da bartender professionisti.
While the global EDM scene still debates the merits of “pressing play,” techno veteran Marc Houle has been wowing audiences for over a decade with a live performance that is constantly evolving night after night, in city after city, at clubs and festivals worldwide. The skill and effort that goes into creating these truly “live” sets is the result of an entire lifetime dedicated to electronic music and a deep love of the machines that make it.
Raised adjacent to Detroit in Windsor, Ontario, in the same fertile music community that spawned his former label boss and mentor Richie Hawtin, Houle’s obsession with electronic sounds goes back to the noise of ’80s video games and vintage synthesizers. And while too many electronic artists use their machines as merely tools of convenience, Houle regards his with a dedication found in few producers.
The results have been extraordinary. A decade-long career of seminal records on Hawtin’s Minus label, as well as his own Items & Things imprint, that not only helped define the beloved minimal sound of the mid-‘00s (“On It”), but had a laugh at its expense (“Techno Vocals”), before transcending the limits of the sub-genre completely by incorporating industrial, disco and new wave influences (“Undercover”).