PANWARRIOR started "attacking" bars in Brussels in 2010 and ever since the music "battles" are spreading over all Belgium with even somae little "combats" in Lisbon. We are convinced it's boredom and political correctness he's fighting against.
How does it sound? Well we could speak of DJing and stuff like that, but he's a selector of cheap pop, electro and house shit and crappy disco.
How does it look? Kitschy porn, flashy glitters and the sparkle lashes could be a good definition for this fighter and what is popping-out of his performances.
In his artwork he likes to play with words and graphics : Homofografia was a graphic-linguistic exercise in the form of a fictituous newspaper, in which offensive and discriminatory words against homosexuals ironically turn into heraldic allegories.
Having started her career in dance music in the mid-90's performing in various electronic music acts, Kim Ann Foxman essentially grew up on the sounds of English ex-pats ‘The Wicked Crew’ (later to become Rub-N-Tug), Los Angeles legend Doc Marten and the many Chicago house DJs that came through San Francisco during the period.
These heavy hitters provided an education that continues to inspire her when finding music. Moving to New York she met Andrew Butler of Hercules and Love Affair fame, who further energized her to hit the decks and really start using her amazing voice, going on to appear on two Hercules albums and various singles.
Pushing forward, she dropped her debut EP in 2010 on Butler's new MR.INTL label, featuring remixes by James Curd and Faze Action. In 2011 she collaborated with Kink &Neville Watson on a track called A Saturday In Nov released on Your House is Hour Rush. She has also done remixes for artists such as Max Essa, X-press 2, The Opiates, and more. Kim Ann Foxman is now concentrating on her solo works and she will be releasing a new single while she's visiting Los Ninos !
Thus far she has DJed alongside everyone from Tim Sweeney to Vitalic; all over the world from Brazil to Japan. There is two words to sum up Kim Ann Foxman when she is behind the turntables…classic and deep.
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.
EXPO 11/09/2012 > 22/09/2012
The four videos we produced with Adrien Monfleur will be presented. Over 50 persons have collaborated on this project "Parce Que l'Autre". The story of a night out, the need to understand time without capturing it or to shape it. Four videos as there could have been a hundred. People spend time, together. Here and there they assist to not be alone. We watch them too little or too much, they are desired and like to please and we would watch them without limits.
(pic: still of video #2)