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El Tigre Sound / Kejeblos
For the penultimate weekend of celebrations, let’s hang in there and give it our all! Few Swiss DJs can compare themselves to the talented El Tigre Sound when it comes to unearthing hidden gems. Fabian Riccio (real name) is a beacon of underground nightlife in Eastern Switzerland, offering heterogeneous and complex sets, always built to perfection: a delicious appetiser before THE emblematic figure of Zurich’s electronic scene: Kejeblos. A proven digger and lover of the great outdoors, he skilfully mixes Swiss afro boogie nuggets, Japanese minimalist classics, post-bossa and touches of Chicago House. Two heavyweight DJs with indisputable taste!
From 9 p.m.
EL TIGRE SOUND
Hailing from Lucerne, Fabian Riccio, aka El Tigre Sound, is full of feline power. The quality of his sets and his forward-looking eclecticism have led him to play at Sameheads in Berlin and even to feature in Lena Willikens’ demanding show. Like a delegation from Klub Kegelbahn, beacon of the underground nightlife of Eastern Switzerland, El Tigre Sound teams up with Kejeblos to make us dance on the steep and rough terrain of a mountain of music.
Kejeblos is a man of taste, a man who embraces wide open spaces. Cleverly mixing Swiss Afro Boogie gems, Japanese minimal classics, Post-Bossa and subtle Chicago House, the Zurich-based DJ could easily write a PhD thesis on the art of record digging. As he says himself, being into records so much is not really helping him complete his humanities degree at the University of Zurich. A resident of Zurich’s club Zukunft and cofounder of Phantom Island Records, Kejeblos belongs to that invincible circle of friends that includes CCO, Wavetest and Late Invitation, who showcase the wickedest Chicago House in the whole of Liechtenstein. Sorry, Switzerland.