Aguila is mad about vinyl. Over 1000 black covers are arranged in the best possible way in his private studio. He bought his first Technics at the age of 17 and hasn’t stopped to treat vinyls as rare oyster pearls.
As a boy of the late seventies, he is much influenced by disco, italo and wave. His mum however danced her ass off at the PopCorn so soulful gems are highly familiar to him. Add this to him being discotheque-born at the end of New Beat and start of House and Acid and you have a mixture of retro and new, from Aretha Franklin over The Hacienda to Inflagranti.
Currently playing in bars and basements, from private parties to events in metro stations.
Pop Rules says "Pop becomes Underground the moment it acknowledges its position as Pop. Underground becomes Pop the moment it acknowledges its position as Underground". This Antwerp pop lover loves not only pop. He praises music as his inspiration, motivation and strength. “To live without my music would be impossible to do in this world of troubles my music pulls me through”
He breathes fashion without attitude, he inhales parties, he plays with words, words with meaning. "Don't drop bombs, play pop". He truly is "Sage comme une image"
Joe Goddard and Alexis Taylor met in their early teens at Elliott School in Putney and are the core duo of Hot Chip ever since. That's 18 years ago when listening to the Beatles, the Kinks, Prince and yep, Stevie Wonder.
Their last album was "One Life Stand". Gorgeous ballads, candid style, future house classics, bass-line Detroit and the surprising EuroDance track "I feel better". Primitive and rough were inspirations, bringing back the original spirit of dance music. Electronics that feel human, not slick, airbrushed and perfect.
Alexis is obsessed with music. Music for him is a desperate passion. A collector. In 2008 he experimented on a solo album "Rubbed Out" and recently he collaborated with Justus Kohnke for the release of a Kitsune compilation. Click here for more on that. Nochexxx, Fingers Inc, NDF, Justine and the Victorian Punks, Prince, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and Wings, Theo Parrish, the Style Council, Boy Better Know are some of the bands Alexis puts in his dj set.
Hear ye hear ye young children! For sixsixsixmas comes early this year.
Infernal in name, divine in nature, Sixsixsixties fills your hearts nostalgic newschool style. A self declared DFA whore and the biggest Larry Levan fanboy this side of the Schelde, Sixsixsixties heats up the floor with discobeats, arpeggios, nasty hi-hats and four letter words I can not say.
As a mobile dj Sixsixsixties will make you wonder whether you're in New York circa 1981, some cheezy Italian beach discotheque grooving to Moroder's rolling basslines or at Oslo's hippest cosmic club in the year 2011. Anyway, what are words worth? Come out and have a dance!
Ruud Rudy van Moorleghem has graduated from KASK in Ghent direction "Mediakunst". Since 2006 he has done expos and performances in Antwerp and Ghent. Los Ninos will be his Brussels debute. The next 2 years he will be split i 2 : getting his master degree in visual arts in Ghent and attending Art Academy in Munster.
His works are sourced from dreams and visions. Nightlife is an important theme. He uses different media to work out his idea or dream.
The spectator often plays an important role in his work. They are challenged to take different positions to be able to have a good look at his work. They are even confronted with their own human behavior.
Apart from art, he drinks, dances and sleeps in public. French kissing is one of his hobbies.
His show will be a sequel to the Tina Sabrina Joyce performance of October 2010, called "Let Me Be Your Fantasy". It's a mixture of violence, sexy fantasies and cute dance steps. Two monsters will show the dreams of our dear friend Tina Sabrina Joyce. Quite a shame Tina can't come as she currently is in a place where vagina transplants are done. Let the monster seduce or disgust you.