Saturday night in 65mq, from 11pm to 3am with:
Marko Parenti aka Merk:eno started approaching dj-tools during mid 90's, deeply attached to the vinyl means he has crossed through several music genres, from techno of the 90's rave scene to black and disco suggestions 'till the contemporary evolutions of electronic dance music.
He is the Art Director for the music section of Look At Festival since 2008 and member of the LØVETEMPO collective since 2009, he's also a contributor for the webzine ELITISM running the Radical:beat column and not to forget he's involved in Club Nation agency.
During over 10 years in the music field he shared decks with artists such as Zombie Nation, Golden Bug, Malente, VicTeam, HisMajestyAndre, LoudTone, Francisco, Prins Thomas, Tom Trago, Young Marco, Riton, Dj Nature and many others.
As a DJ Mariano Rano professes the religion of vinyl warm sound against the mp3's " plastic music" which is all the rage.
His passion for the small black disks began in 1980 when he buyed " Video Killed The Radio Star" by The Buggles at a neighborhood market.
It was his first 45rpm record ... 30 years later his vinyl collection keep on growing.
Since 10 years he still pursuing projects of vinyl resistance like " Vintage45Style" and " Just45" .
Mariano Rano is an eclectic and versaltile DJ who, with self-assurance, can range from funk to tango, from vintage style to batucada, from Balkan beat to chachacha. This is his personal definition of a boombastic dance style!!
Sunset Now aperitif from 6pm with
FABIO DE LUCA (Rolling Stone)
Journalist and DJ, Fabio De Luca is currently deputy editor at " Rolling Stone Italia" .
He has written for " Marie Claire" , " XL" monthly supplement of La Repubblica newspaper, " Io Donna" supplement of Corriere della Sera newspaper and many other magazines.
He has also hosted several shows on national Rai Radio 2 : " Suoni & Ultrasuoni" and " Weekendance" amongst others.
In the summer 2008 he hosted the evening talk-show " Nel frattempo" , again on Radio2 and he has written a couple of books as well: " Discoinferno" (ISBN, 2006), a social history of dance-music and nightclubbing in Italy from the 40's till today and " Mamma mamma, voglio fare il dj" (Arcana, 2004), an ironic essay on how to become a successful DJ in Italy.
in 65mq all nights are free admission.
See you there!!