BODDIKA (UK) dj set
“My productions are pretty raw and energetic, I use lots of outboard synths and dynamics. And I like twisting and manipulating synths live with my own hands while recording: this way it can never really been done twice, it’s a one time deal.” With electronic music becoming more polished and quantized, Boddika’s arrival has shaken the scene to its very core, slamming down with a raw take on things that’s making all journalists scramble for the right genre tag. Is it electro? Techno? Old? New? Harking the expansive sounds of Luke Vibert and the rawness of the Drexciya/Dopplereffekt family, Boddika is the newest project of Al Green, 1/2 of the boundary-pushing duo that’s re-written the rules completely, Instra:mental.
JOY ORBISON (GB) dj set
Joy Orbison (Peter O'Grady), a dubstep producer from Croydon, London, England, has cited a range of influences including Phil Spector, Todd Edwards, Ray Keith, Martin Hannett, and Arthur Russell.
He made his commercial recording debut in 2009 on Scuba's Hotflush label with the euphoric underground hit " Hyph Mngo" . Prior to the year's end, he kicked off his Doldrums label with his second single, " J. Doe," and remixed tracks by Jose James and Four Tet. A third release, " The Shrew Would Have Cushioned the Blow," was issued the following March, just after it was officially introduced on Scuba's Sub:stance mix for Ostgut.
MARCY (IT) dj set
Marcello Carozzi (Marcy) started juggling records very young, driven by his passion for dance. His sound crawls without boundaries through house, techno and electronica. In 2010, in collaboration with Luca Nove, he set up Föhn, wind of music, the traveling-party project that focuses on the evolution and the developments of electronic music. He is resident dj for Voyage project, a collaboration of Föhn, Tunnel Club and Elita.
FALTY DL (US) live
Andrew Lustman aka Falty Dl is back for DWF after his memorable opening show in 2011 for Paul Kalkbrenner. Besides his regular activity of producer (appreciated by Radiohead and Four Tet) he runs his own label Blueberry Records, for which he remixed Seun Kuti, Mount Kimbie, XX and many more.
MARGOT (IT) live
Since 2005 Margot are Giaga Robot and Pepe, a new music alliance for spontaneous and un-ruled productions. Consequently this meant an independent label was born, Margot Records. Springboard of the same idiosyncratic productions Margot Records soon found a deserved welcome, such as including in James Holden’s Border Community, which allowed their Kraut-dance message to spread throughout the world. Margot combines the experience of clubbing by Pepe and the ability to live performing by Giaga. The success of France 2 EP opened the doors of all of Europe.
UABOS (IT) dj set
Dj, producer and resident of renown party Le Cannibale at Tunnel Club, Matteo Pepe aka Uabos is just 27 years and has already shared the stage with artists such as Dave Clarke, Gold Panda, Groove Armada, The Hacker, DJ Hell, Gesaffelstein, Erol Alkan, Alexander Robotnik, Hudson Mohawke, Joakim, Simian Mobile Disco and many others. In 2012 he released the remix of Iori’s Eyes’ Winter Olimpics and his very first song Need. In 2013 his track Remember galloped around the world and awakened curiosity in XLR8R and other international blogs, echoing through the whole web. A few remixes for Hard Ton & Paul Parker, an EP for prestigious label Gold Nite Rec eventually came along. In 2010 his solo career sees the company of Say Dubai project (with Nobel) in which his style feeds on tropical sounds and bass uk funk. His first ep Bum is noticed by dj and producer Malente, who decides to publish it on his label No Brainer Rec, followed by another ep, Bad Dreams, in 2013.