Sat 14 December 2019 | 2:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Alphabet - Ahad Ha'Am 54, Tel Aviv,
Saturday from 14:00 /// 16 hour party at the complex /// Absolute OMG
A Britishman, A Frenchman, and three Germans enter the club and meet a Captain
We’ll begin at 14:00 in Phi Garden, with the British phenomenon Dan Shake, the first non-Detroit producer signed to Moodymann’s “Mahogany Music” label. Shake was born in England but in the previous incarnation was probably a New York disco diva, and his sets are a swirling and uplifting mix of disco, house, soul and groove.
We’ll continue at Gamma for a dark Ménage à trois with ItaloJohnson – three Berliners who do not like to be photographed and do not like to name their Tracks; They prefer to let the music speak and create an intimate, magnetising dance floor.
How will three DJs get into the Gamma’s DJ deck together? They’ll replace a light bulb on the way.
We’ll dive deeper into Alphabet with the French DJ Deep, a producer, DJ and stylish collector. A creator of muscular techno sets of techno, the host of a relaxed and versatile show on Giles Peterson’s WorldWide Radio, the founder of the deluxe Deeply Rooted label – Deep is a musical lover without borders.
DJ Deep’s Boiler Room >
The ship will be navigated to morning by the Kapitan – Dori Sadovnik’s (Red Axes) new project in its Tel Aviv premiere. Who is the Kapitan? Where will he take us? Which new continents will we discover? Only those who will cruise should find out.
Picking berries with the Kapitan >
Before and after – sets by some of the most sparkling diamonds of Tel Aviv’s dancefloors.
Full line-up and more details coming soon!
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After events in Tokyo, Paris, Lagos, Ho Chi Minh and Amsterdam, the spotlight is now on Tel Aviv.