Today (Sunday, July 23rd) Brunch Electronik kicks off for it’s second season in sunny Lisbon, Portugal.
As reported on July 3rd, Brunch Electronik would return to Portugal with a few changes, such as the introduction of the season pass, location changes – Still within the Tapada da Ajuda grounds however – and finally the extension of the season, running all the way into late October.
To celebrate the start of the second season, we have picked a few artists that you just can’t miss out on.
Starting at Gui Boratto, the Brazilian DJ & Producer will play live on July, 23 bringing his house sounds with him, Gui Boratto is know for tracks such as “Please Don’t Take Me Home”, “Beautiful Life” and “No Turning Back” all have become classics over the years.
The following weekend, July, 30 will be the turn for the Iranian DJ & Producer DubFire to grace us with his best melodic experimental, techno and house music such as “Ride” with Vince Clarke & Miss Kittin. DubFire was once part of Deep Dish (Sharam & DubFire), although the two have distinct styles one playing Techno the other Progressive House respectively.
Up next is German DJ & Producer Claptone,who will play on August 13th, the mysterious DJ who has kept his identity in secret behind a Golden Bic mask and white gloves, little is known about him other than being described as “one of the most visible characters in the global deep house scene” and his music as “crisply produced and effortlessly infectious” – Mixmag 2015.
Nic Fanciulli, Talaboman, Kölsch and Âme are also headlining the following weekends.
Nic Fanciulli, owner of Saved Records, is one of the UK’s leading personalities in the world of electronic music.
Over the last decade he has been at the forefront of Underground House and Techno.
Talaboman, the duo consisting of Axel Boman and John Talabot, will be present at Tapada da Ajuda on October 1st.
Since the release of their EP in 2014 they have conquered their space in the industry with their own House Music, which does not output the style of each but rather conveys itself into something new, where the style of each one interconnects with each other.
Kölsch will be performing on 17 September.
Well-known for his productions, the Danish has sold millions of copies worldwide. One of the factors of his success is the way in which his works redefine everything that Techno rules. In Kölsch we find a rather melodic, emotion-filled Techno that makes even the old school listener to fall in love with.
Âme, the German duo, returns to Portugal with a performance that will surely navigate through various genres.
Their productions never cling to a single influence, having the ability to always create something unique with their own production methods drawing heavily on orchestral instruments and composition.
In addition to these artists you cannot miss ANNA, the b3b between Miss Kittin and Oxia, the Portuguese Gusta-vo and Gonçalo and, among others, Michael Mayer.