The festival hosted a mix of styles from the most authentic Selecta (at the hands of the erstwhile Leones Humildes) through to the freshest Dubstep and the Roots of Satta B & Tuffist. But it doesn’t end there. Things then moved over to the deep and dark side with Cram, MrGasparov, Numaestro & 23Hz (what a session!), Cardopusher and CheckOne. Lastly, there was a serving of something a bit more experimental from TrashVanTraxxx as well as a bit of progressive from Dactilar.
There were also DnB sessions, bringing on some Bass rhythms courtesy of Egres & Tamen and Davetee...In total there more than 30 artists from the local scene!There were some nice surprise in the form of group C156 with a Live performance influenced by Dubstep, with violin, udu and keyboards. There was also a chance to see the well-known Territorio Comanche, with a fresh, personal fusion of Dub and Dubstep with Latin influences.
All of this was framed by some great ambience-enhancers provided by visual artists like AC3Monitor and Karla Kracht. And there was loads of other stuff on offer too; hairdressers, food (excellent tofu!), performances, clothes to buy, and debates...During the day, despite a few technical problems - especially on Friday - La Fundicio turned out to be the ideal venue for the event. On Saturday there was a last-minute change of plan but in the end the night was a success. The crowd was eclectic but all of them possessed by the beats.
We’re anxiously awaiting the next event. Many thanks to Sergi (from the space Niu) and Disboot and all the others that made the festival possible.
Big Up! BIG DUB!!