Mixtress collects jazz records, but her favorite sound is an amen break. Raised on hardcore and jungle music, she combines both styles in her eclectic sets full of energy, rave vibes and soundsystem rocking. She resides at Rinse.fm and is active in Sisu, an educational collective supporting the presence of women and non-binary people in the industry.
The joint project between Apparat and the Modeselektor duo has quickly grown from a side project to their main, most recognizable endeavor. Since their 2009 debut album, the Germans have fused influences of Berlin eclecticism with new British sounds and experimental flair. Their sound design accommodates IDM textures, 2-step rhythms and breakbeat loops, turning them into both cinematic electronic landscapes and emotional songs. Critics have called them the Kraftwerk of the new generation, and after a hiatus of several years, the band returned with the album “MORE D4TA,” which this year received remixes from representatives of various scenes. In Plock they will perform a cross-sectional concert showing the best moments of their career.
The German producer is the answer to the question, “what if guys with guitars played house music”? Monolink combines his guitar balladry with electronic beats even – or perhaps especially! – live. When alone and surrounded by all the instruments, he conducts the moods himself. From touching songs about love to euphoric moments of dance ecstasy, Monolink has found the idea to combine different worlds in an exciting and crowd-pleasing way. After the well-received 2021 album “Under Darkening Skies”, he doesn’t stop surprising with more singles and EPs, collaborating with Adam Port, Fideles or Sam Shure, experimenting with both club music and… Americana.