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DJ Lola Pour (aka DJane Lola Pour) is Viennas hottest TEKHOUSE DJANE



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DJ Mucho Mas

MUCHO MAS begin the career in 1994. In the first 2 years influenced by the sounds of the house 90 years participating in various regional and national competitions finishing in the 1 st and 4 th place, just after he started working in clubs including Ghibli and Q-Base, shortly after he was resident in 2 historical record of the Marche coast, Mahe on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Shalimar, where he accompanied many famous European DJs, including Ricky Montanari, Flavio Vecchi, Alex Natale, Joe T. Vannelli, Luca Colombo, Stefano Greppi etc … in the meantime worked on saturday play in ECU and Cellophane in Rimini.
Until 2001 he played in various clubs as Aqva Disco Village, Zen, Tvcvlca, Tartaruga, Ghibli, Atlantide Censura, Q-Base and White Garden, etc. … until become resident of the White Village in 2002 major project in central Italy.

In 2003 he was contacted by another local Sanbenedettese the “Soda”, but this time not to put his music, but to deal with the entire organization’s.Given the success Mucho Mas, which until then was still known as Christian Petrini dealing in the same year, the organization of various evenings including Friday at Verbena other local historic Marche,until the following season that passes in Abruzzo in another local well known, the “Marilyn alias Tvcvlca” and beyond that direct the structure, Here he also offers his own sounds.

During the period no more than a DJ, however, does not give up music and started to approach the musical productions. It ‘s the time when you’re having a musical change and that they did the project Mucho Mas, the house begins to be too commercial and techno is becoming more catchy, so begin to merge the two styles and is the period gives way to deep-tech generally and this will continue in 2009, then begin to work with the “Listen to me, org.” for which will become a resident of another major project, the “4 elements” and “Find your element” that allowed him to collaborate with world renowned artists such as PAUL RITCH, TIEFSCHWARTZ, ITALOBOYZ, RENE’, CAMEA, TIM XAVIEUR, C -ROCK, MARKUS FIX,TONY ROHR, in collaboration with the listen to me, Mucho Mas also plays Echoes,then QUBE in Rome with UMEK, ALEX D’ELIA and NIHIL YOUNG and to collaborate with the great Italian empire “COCORICO’ ” playing at Morphine privè, in the evenings from 10,000 people with the participation of MARCO CAROLA, permanently changing music destination, today he plays and produces techno, tech-house and deep. In 2010 along with Tony D. outputs are the first three tracks on Big Blue Label Rec: “Yes we can” – “Maximal” – “Rhythm”, was released in November of 2011 the first album “Techno EP family”, labeled “Pure Logic Records.”

A brandnew and very breath-taking song by our Italian DJ Legend Mucho Mas – a special and cool guy who really knows how to get people into groove.

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by Thomas Vielgut

Do you want to see something really innovative? Take a look at FCAN,
a Danish electro phenomenon promoted by the arty indie label Tambourhinoceros.

FCAN is a conceptual multi-media project created by Mensch Matsumoto.

Whether his name is based on a half German/half Japanese origin is unknown, but what is known is his love for early 90s techno and house, which in the case of FCAN is the reference point for a new and advanced version of the electronic sound of that era.
Matsumoto’s fascination for the oldschool sound has produced nothing less than a new genre, called “1991_INTELLIGENT_TEKKNO_MUSIC“, apparently always typed with mandatory capital letters and underscores.

This “new” style of music was made public last year with the release of the audio-visual album, “RPEX” that combined oldschool vinyl as release form with the software program “FCAN_RPEX_VIEWER” which plays the entire album as a music video: One of the more remarkable choices, as it puts innovation before traditional means of exposure.
The ever innovative Björk has broken the barriers already with the release of her latest album “Biophilia” which was made available exclusively as an interactive app album, and Matsumoto soon after followed up by re-releasing “RPEX” as an app for iPad and iPhone.

Visually, FCAN is probably mostly known for having applied a man-sized wooden doll on stage, which is used as backdrop for Matsumoto’s visuals that revolve around morphing objects and TV colorbars. Matsumoto insists that FCAN is not just a musical project but a conceptual world of music, sounds and visuals, plus its own unique type of text and track titles (e.g. “NCOF”, “GSKA” and “RCEL”) all consisting of 4 capital letters.

Overall, whether it’s about genre or availability, FCAN’s biggest strength is also its most important weakness: It is packed with innovation to a point where it gets almost incompatible with the music business as we know it, which is why this has caught my attention.
The question is ultimately whether FCAN is a retro concept ahead of its time or whether it’s simply incompatible and out-of-date according to the present in 2012. Or both?
In any case there is no way around having an opinion about this so I highly recommend you go and see for yourself.

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