Cryptik: Juliana Yamasaki & 747 // 6th June 2019 eve of a public holiday
1st Artist Bio: Juliana Yamasaki
started DJing in 2004: what began as a fun way to spend time turned into something serious, and by 2006, she founded "Descontrol Techno" and started promoting parties in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Overtime, she had the chance to perform through the best clubs within the local scenes, including legendary hotspot "A Loca". International tours brought her to perform in countries such as Colombia, Venezuela, as well as many European festival stages after relocating to Germany.
Some clubs/events: Fabrik (ES), Florida 135 (ES), Liberty White (BE), Defqon 1. (NL), Nature One (DE), Ruhr in Love (DE), City Parade Belgium (BE), Blau (ES), Aquasella (ES), Fuel Techno (PO), Docklands Festival (DE), Fusion Club (DE), Technoflash (ES), Alcantara Mar (PO), Industrial Copera (ES), Sala Wow (ES), Ultimate Festival (SL), Qontinent Festival (BE), Clash Clun (BR), TEchnomachines (VEN), Kraft Club (BR), and more..
Find out more and let the music do the talking:Juliana Yamasakiwww.soundcloud.com/julianayamasakihttp://dj.beatport.com/julianayamasakiinstagram.com/julianayamasakihttp://www.youtube.com/user/julianayamasaki
2nd Artist Bio: 747
is a DJ and producer from Vancouver, Canada. Best known for his acidic contributions to Aquaregia, he continues to impress with each and every release. Like his hypnotic DJ sets, his tracks are constantly evolving with a mixture of lush pads, dreamy soundscapes, and the sonically pleasing sound of the 303. Inspired by the sounds of Berlin, Detroit, and the acid legends, his sound is high-fidelity yet old-school, uplifting yet melancholic, a journey with no destination.
His most notable release, the widely acclaimed Aurora Centralis EP, immediately brought 747 into the acid techno scene, while the title track captivated floors around the world. He saw a quick rise the following year with the Paleo series, his first long-playing release, on Aquaregia. The 8 track LP was covered by outlets from Mixmag to XLR8R to Trax Magazine, and built a loyal following for his style of melancholic acid.