Coincidence Records Klubnacht #6 – Mirella Kroes
We are back at our home turf Kompass. The last edition was powered by the amazing Anastasia Kristensen who hammered the Kontrolekamer to bits, and since you don’t change a good concept, we decided to give the reigns again in the hands of a female DJ. Thanks to our friends at Kompass the party will also be free entrance. So no excuse there to drop by, tune in, cop out.
Mirella Kroes | Shelter, Awakenings | NL
This time we invited a friend and mainstay of the Dutch scene: Mirella Kroes. She played at just about every club or festival worthy of the name in the Netherlands and joined us a few years back in our Tomorrowland Rave Cave. These days she can often be heard at Amsterdam’s Shelter where she curates some nights. Expect dark, deep and bass heavy Techno from this leading lady. We can’t be more delighted to have her in the club.
Seba Lecompte | BE
It’s almost hard to imagine a scene in Belgium without Seba Lecompte. One of those hard working Djs that always kept doing their thing away from the big stages but always one of the first names in the playbook of all Belgian festivals and clubs. He recently has gotten more and more busy playing gigs in Berlin and keeps producing on labels like Girafe Sauvage or Reload Black. We’re glad that he’ll be in Kompass for the first time.
REMY-X live | Coincidence Records, Wir Tanzen | BE
Remy-x is – unbelievably – the first live act we ever book on a Klubnacht and it is with good reason. He emerged from the deep, deep outskirts of Flanders with a relentless bombardment of pounding Techno and took to the stage loaded with a hardware setup that enabled him to bring his unique, raw and yet emotional music. Pure talent and surely a perfect match with that Kontrolekamer vibe. This should be one for the history books.
Psytox | Coincidence Records, Kompass Klub | BE
Coincidence label boss Psytox started DJ’ing in 1989 – yes, that long ago, when Techno was just starting to emerge from the molten lava of Mount Boom. Three decades later, he has played at Tresor, Kozzmozz, Café d’Anvers, Tomorrowland, Extrema and a ton of other venues and festivals but it is at Kompass that he found his spiritual home and where he is a regular fixture nowadays. Also getting busy as a producer, he recently joined Tom Hades’ label Rhythm Converted and of course releases on Coincidence and Thrill Recordings by Tom Dazing. �Known to mostly bring a mix of bizarre yet dance floor friendly techno during his warmup sets – a speciality – he should be a good reason to come to the club a bit early.