Anarchy Ft. Apparat, Arsh & Potter
A magnificent celebration of techno & deep house music from across the world featuring international techno superstars from India and across the world, resident anarchists Arsh & Potter, and one of the world’s foremost names in electronic from Germany, Apparat!
Arsh (Resident Anarchist)
He believes that playing music with this level of intensity is one of the only ways left to push the existential boundaries that minds seem to be ridden with, further into the realm of non-existence. He believes that the very essence of this music lies in its lack of boundaries and will probably never stop till he’s opened enough minds to the madness that lies latent within everyone.
Sascha Ring, aka Apparat, regards his moving out of the east German provincial backwater to Berlin in 1997, as one of his best decisions ever made. Since 1999, he runs, together with T.Raumschmiere, the Berlin based record label 'Shitkatapult' - a venturous music catapult that dashes a wild mixture of intentional great music onto the turntables of the world. Apparat is the bridge over the German gap of melancholic glitch between Manchester and Laptop-USA. His smart wiring of emotions produces a virtual musical reality, which is based upon different genres, depending on the surrounding of the 'apparat.' In his studio, dense, dark and majestic clouds of elegiac pop and heavy electronica build up to a coherent and emotionally charged atmosphere.
Live, on the other hand, the dance floor seems to be repelled to rave from the Bermuda Triangle with its axes Techno, IDM and Elektro. Those styles cannot necessarily be distinguished and heard on every of his releases, but since he started out with a much harder pace of electronic music in the early nineties, his influences are definitely Techno and Elektro as well.
The intensity in Apparat's tracks seems to grow with his own pleasure in experimenting. The charming breaking-up of the mechanical walkover of his Elektronica compositions first being subtle clicks and accidental "sound mistakes." this is now being done by veritable musicians and singers, by classical instruments like violin and cello, saxophone and clarinet, which are then masterly orchestrated by Apparat as the maestro of his computer.
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About the Organizer & Venue
No.G1/B, Krystal Building, Below Hakkasan, Waterfield Road, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050