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vr 19/02 Future Past 2

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Future Past 2
Future Past wil de aparte vibe van de vroege technoparties terugbrengen met een artiest die een grote invloed heeft (gehad) op de scene van vandaag, lang niet in België heeft opgetreden en -belangrijk- niet vastgeroest zit in heimwee naar vroeger maar ook vandaag nog relevant is. Voor de tweede editie van Future Past wordt Steve Rachmad uitgenodigd: de man die de Detroit techno naar Nederland haalde en jarenlang resident was op de Kozzmozz avonden in Gent.
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Lhamo

Lhamo
From Antwerp, Belgium, raised in the seventies, weighing in with a fat flight case of bomb-ass tracks... In the night full-on corner, it's your progressive- psychedelic- trance- night fullon porter... Lhamo.

Growing up in the golden years of new wave, acid house and new beat a good foundation was built, and in 1994 he first layed his ears on psychedelic trance music. Love at first sight as the cliche goes, Lhamo bought his first cd players and started to mix his favorite tracks together with his good friend "Azrael". Soon he got the chance to play at some nice parties in Belgium and also abroad, Italy and Swiss for example. In 2012 Lhamo is taking his first steps towards producing and will put all off his energy, love and warmth in to this as he does in every DJ set he plays!

Phasid

Phasid
Tim Kaelen aka DJ Phasid, who is also the co-founder of the live trance 'n' roll band Lani, has over more than 10 years of studio experience and pleasing the crowd as a DJ. With two full albums under his belt, numerous releases on various compilations and performances on some of the biggest psytrance festivals in Europe like Full Moon Festival(Ger), Antaris festival(Ger), Spirit Base(Austria), the D-A-D festival and Tomorrowland in Belgium, the Soulclipse 2006 Festival in Turkey and TFN in Israel, he definitely knows how to please a crowd .
He's now concentrating mainly on the more progressive and electro side of electronic music, moving back to his roots of creating electronic music. With a history of making techno and old school electro back in the nineties and producing psytrance for over 8 years he knows how to handle the studio well. As a DJ and producer, he is one of the major players of the Belgian psychedelic scene today.

At last, he's part of Loop Generation. A fresh new live act, that can best be described as powerful uplifting electro progressive trance...

Pangaea

Pangaea
25-year-old Kevin McAuley began making music with a two-track mixer, a keyboard and a tape deck as a schoolboy. Discovering dubstep via the sounds of Mala in the backroom of a Leeds club in 2005, Kevin was inspired to found the city's first dubstep night, Ruffage, and launched himself into the studio.

Pangaea enters 2009 as an established DJ/producer and co-owner of Hessle Audio with fellow stalwarts Ramadanman and Ben UFO. Their young label is already the subject of much critical acclaim from discerning dubstep and techno fans and responsible for progressive, landmark releases including TRG's 'Broken Heart', Ramadanman's 'Blimey', Pangaea's own 'Coiled EP', 'Router' and 'You & I' alongside material from likeminded producers Untold and Martyn.

His DJ schedule is rapidly picking up pace with consistent bookings across Europe and a burgeoning reputation as a true pioneer behind the decks; a notion backed up by Mary Anne Hobbs who described his recent mix for BBC Radio 1 as "texturally one of the most exquisite mixes of the year ... breathtakingly beautiful in every way."

Kenny Raw

Kenny Raw
After starting his early musical career as a drummer in several bands playing styles ranging from Rock & Blues to Jazz, Ghent born Kenny Raw (aka Ken Raa) has been established as a DJ since 2001. His actual style can be described as tech-house sounding grooves with a progressive and minimal twist.

Next to playing records, Ken is also producing his own music, resulting in several releases on labels such as Morninglory and Coincidence Records. In january 2014 he started his own label "Nightfalls Recordings".

Next to gigs from New York (USA) to Capetown (SA), he has been playing top venues such as Café d'Anvers (B) & Club Fever (Es) as well as internationally renowned festivals such as Tomorrowland, 10 days off and Kozzmozz, hereby sharing the decks with artists like Aril Brikha, John Digweed, Jamie Anderson, Nathan Coles, Technasia, Terry Francis to name only a few.

Since music is his life and because he respects all music with a heart and soul, Kenny Raw will bring you a musical blend, taking all the best out of every genre and mixing it together.

BP

BP
BP is well known as one of the old school Belgian top producers that has released a long list of super music in all kind of styles. He's always been evolving in styles as the years went by.
He may be old school but he has the best new tricks in the trade. He started his career as a DJ in 1991 playing all big Belgian clubs for 15 years.

Under his BP alias, new since 2010, he played at Cafe d'Anvers, Kazantip, the Egg in London, Tomorrowland and various parties together with people like Guy J, Ramon Tapia and Hermanez to name a few.
In 2013 he dropped some deeper stuff on Guy J's "Lost & Found" label including the slamming track "Inspirado Por Usted" (means 'Inspired By You' as the track was inspired by a dj set of Ricardo Villalobos ). He's now working on various BP releases, for labels such as Sudbeat, Lost & Found and Plattenbank. He also still knows how to move a crowd on the dance floor with his deep warm and sexy vibe, so you definitely will hear more from him in the next years to come.

John Digweed

John Digweed
Some DJ careers are built on hype. John Digweed's career is built on substance. One of the planet's most popular DJs, his sets never fall out of favour with clubbers the world over, as his relentless global gig schedule testifies. From ethereal, swirling cinematic soundscapes to energy-infused bass-bothering tech growlers, a new generation of clubbers are learning what we already know - that there's nothing quite like being locked into a John Digweed set. But John Digweed is much more than a DJ. Bedrock - his record label, promotions company and production partnership with Nick Muir - is a mothership of creative ingenuity and integrity that other labels orbit around. His vision for the Bedrock record label has been realized over 12 years, as he continuously seeks out mixes and remixes from the world's best producers. Techno mainstays like Marco Bailey, Christian Smith and John Selway sit comfortably alongside hot new talent like Guy J in the Bedrock camp.

In a dance scene increasingly inhabited by inflated egos and gimmicks, John's approach remains all drive, no drama, a heads-down crack-on attitude that has won him the respect of his peers. However, the fact remains that John Digweed has notched up a mighty list of groundbreaking achievements since he first became involved in the embryonic acid house scene as a 15-year-old lad in Hastings. From Top 40 smashes 'Heaven Scent' and 'For What You Dream Of' (with Nick Muir) to world renowned mix CDs for Renaissance, GU and Northern Exposure, it's little surprise he was voted No.1 DJ in the World by DJmag readers in 2001.

Ten years on, the excitement John Digweed generates is even more palpable today. With Nick he has scored a Hollywood film (Stark Raving Mad) and Spiderman`s animated series for Sony/MTV. toured with David Bowie and Moby, and transformed Brighton Beach into the UK's biggest beach party (250,000 people) with Fatboy Slim. His Transitions, Bedrock and Structures albums continue to turn new fans on worldwide, Bedrock's recent 12th birthday party at London's O2 Brixton Academy was a road-blocked sell-out and his Transitions radio show is one of the world's most successful dance music shows, broadcast across 45 countries to a staggering weekly audience of over 14 million.

But the real beauty in John Digweed's story lies in his unflinching belief in the music he plays. And with new music comes new chapters in an already astonishing career.

Andy Votel

Andy Votel
Electronicameester, producer, wereldwijd gelauwerd DJ dito trotse stichter van FindersKeepers Records (U.K.) dat grossiert in eclectica uit alle hoeken en windstreken van onze aardkloot: van Turkse Krautrock tot Balinese Pop. Royale With Cheese!

DAVE COPP

DAVE COPP

Founder and resident DJ of Dirty Dishes, a party concept in Ghent.

Plays deep stirring sets in different styles; minimal, progressive and tech-house still with vinyl records.

Played this summer as a young talent at 10 days off with artists like Nathan Fake, Ben Clock, Joris Voorn and Miss Kittin and the Hacker.

In his new project 'The Reversed Criminals' he works together with his companion Tommy McKinley producing minimal/techno/progressive records. As a result of this he won the producers contest in the category minimal/techno organised by Studio Brussel and Poppunt with the record 'Hardcore action at eight o'clock'.

Dave Copp and Tommy McKinley just finished the remix 'Ashk' from Minimalistix which will be released on the label Mostiko in december 2009.

The Reversed Criminals are still searching for a label to release their minimal/techno projects.

Dennlav

Dennlav
Dennlav

Loop Generation

Loop Generation
Loop Generation is Tim Kaelen (31) and Jan Peeters (30), both born and raised in Belgium. In the summer of 2007 these two geezers decided to team up and the project Loop Generation saw its existence. After months of extensive studio time defining and redefining their style, they are now ready to present a fresh new live act, that can best be described as powerful uplifting electro progressive trance%u2026 Tim Kaelen aka Dj Phasid, who is also the co-founder of the live trance roll band Lani contributes to the project with more than 10 years of studio experience and pleasing the crowd as a Dj. With two full albums under his belt, numerous releases on various compilations and performances on some of the biggest psytrance festivals in Europe like Full Moon Festival(Ger), Antaris festival(Ger) , Spirit Base(Austria), the D-A-D festival and Tomorrowland in Belgium, the Soulclipse 2006 Festival in Turkey and TFN in Israel, he definitely knows how to please a crowd . He's now concentrating mainly on the more progressive and electro side of electronic music, moving back to his roots of creating electronic music. With a history of making techno and old school electro back in the nineties and producing psytrance for over 8 years he knows how to handle the studio well. As a Dj and producer, he is one of the major players of the Belgian psychedelic scene today. Jan Peeters aka Roscoe Deem is definately one of the most frequently asked dj's in the Belgian progressive trance scene today and one of the founding fathers of the Belgian progressive community with the Purple Snow Productions parties. His dj-bag is stashed with a wide selection of music, ranging in styles going from Electro, minimal, progressive house and psychedelic progressive to Psychedelic full-on as his alter ego Dee'mon : he knows how to use the right kind of track at the right kind of time Groing up in the trenches of the techno scene 10 years ago and playing vinyl for years, he mastered the skills needed to be a dj With gigs at Tshitraka (Ger), Indian Spirit (Ger), Experience/new year festival 2009 (Koh Toa - Thailand), Ban Sabaii (Koh Panghan - Thailand), Happy (Bel) and Tomorrowland (Bel) to show for. They bring a live act that can be adapted live to please every crowd and make unique remixes of all tracks on the fly. During the live act they play with 2 laptops, stuffed with several hundreds of loops, all being triggered and mixed together live, a manner which emphasises the name Loop Generation even more.

Sanaki

Sanaki
As a small boy I got to know electronic music on my small transistor radio. In that period New Beat and Acid House was booming on (illegal) radio stations in Belgium. Afterwards I was touched by Warp artist like Autechre and Aphex Twin. In 1996 friends took me to the infamous house club Café d' Anvers, and that is where I really fell in love with electronic music. And when I discovered PsychedelicTrance in 1997 I couldn't resist as well. After home DJ'ing for many years from 2000 till 2004 I sold all my equipment, but the pain was great. In 2005 I started playing again, this time with the intention of pleasing crowds with infectious beats, and I started organizing parties under the name Marvelously Groovy. After a succesfull first edition things took off, and now I play regurarly in Belgium. With my wide background of electronic music my sets are filled up with Groovy tunes ranging from (Progressive) House to Progressive Psychedelic Trance. Nowadays you can see me play as resident for the Plastik Karma crew (formarly known as FeestFluoToverBeest) who have been organizing party's for many years. Peace!