“Mi manchi come un concerto.”
We are a small group of like-minded people that organises techno events in Europe. We are a collaboration since 2014. However, each of us has experience with organising events reaching as far back as the late nineties. All of us share a deep affection for techno and its culture. Thus, we come together whenever our busy lives permit and make new memories.
We are the underground and thrive in the fringes. We don’t give a fuck about social media likes or fame. We organise our events because we love techno, and to promote the artists we enjoy. Our approach is evidence that everyone involved can make a decent living without entering the mainstream.
We are inclusive
We have zero-fucking-tolerance for intolerance and don’t accept sexism, racism, fascism, or ageism at our events. This policy applies to the people we collaborate with, as well as our guests. We want everyone to enjoy a safe evening with us, regardless of physique, orientation, or preferences. We celebrate diversity and provide a judgement-free environment.
We share the loot
We don’t organise events to become wealthy. That is why, after each event, we split the profits with all workers equally, regardless of their function. We see it as our social responsibility to disrupt the traditional capitalist approach to event management and introduce a responsible and sustainable approach to anarchism. We are aware that our attitude is unique but hope to inspire others with our actions.
We are currently working on a collaboration with Link 2.0 in Bologna, Italy, to organise an event towards the end of this year. Safety is our priority! Right now, most of Europe is struggling with coronavirus restrictions, and there are many unanswered questions. However, we hope to have more answers by the end of this summer.
In the meantime, try supporting your favourite artists by buying their releases from sites like Bandcamp. Alternatively, see if they sell merchandise on their official websites.
Below is the lineup for the night. Stay safe! 😷