Shamelessly dance away the night to your most guilty musical pleasures. DJ Karma je zdarma will play a set for nostalgic souls of all ages – everything from Soft Cell to Britney and heaps more chart-topping hits. A pop playlist guaranteed to bring you no guilt, only pure dancefloor pleasure.
Club event FLÄSH focuses on electronic music’s darker side – bridging the sonic and visual identity of clubbing/dance music’s 1980s heritage with contemporary mutations and trends. By emphasizing genres such as EBM, new beat, electro, and darkwave, resident DJs Saint Mark and Stained have been part of Batcave, organising countless gigs and parties at Bratislava’s Subclub and FUGA.
Nienke considers herself an anti-DJ – her Human Jukebox concept has been a hit since debuting at Kinobus 2017. Just jot your favourite tune down and give it to our Funky Fairy who’ll make all your musical wishes come true. So take part and party!
Who’s Fvck_Kvlt? Rapper, musician, punk, nobody? Probably a mix of each. Denis Bango from Trnava is also known as the singer, guitarist, and lyricist of The Wilderness punk band. His trap debut called Kvlt Teachings is a slap in the face to the nice clean polished scene. The album’s dark, decadent, and even emo moods lead you through Denis’ psychological landscape of dilapidated buildings, park trees, and bars of Trnava – the ‘Slovak Rome’.
How to describe Michal Krajčír, a.k.a. Isobutane? Well, how about electronic music that transcends everyday dance anthems and ambient reverie. Accompanied by arχ, – a fresh new name with an even fresher approach to unconventional sounds – and Space Cats’ bass-guitarist mlsblk, their live set at Fest Anča will celebrate nostalgia and challenge new horizons.
Dominik Novák – renowned for his experimental-ambient audiovisual project The Blackwood Incident and drone-sludge Vrakuňa – returns with the Katov Syn(th). Oscillating between noise and dub with feedback galore, this is the perfect unwind mix.
After three years on the scene she’s totally techno – her signature style being a massive bass sound and interacting with audiences through dance. She loves vocals and hypnotising melodies that intertwine and form techno’s essential beauty. Each song has a dark palette, perfectly complementing this party’s post-apocalyptic ambience. And although relatively new to the DJing world, she perfectly describes her approach: “Techno is simply a true and everlasting love!”
Dalibor Kocián a.k.a. Stroon is well-known to the Fest Anča crowd and local musical scene – and we’re delighted to welcome him back. He’s returning with an eclectic DJ set featuring contemporary and older electronic music, trips into other genres, and Stroon’s latest stuff released in May 2020 on his Temple Timber Embers album at Deadred Records/Starcastic.
DJ and promoter Tea Tralna views herself as musically spirited and strictly eclectic. She enjoys experimenting and connecting that which is seemingly disparate. Her popular Saturday night Fest Anča 2019 performance made her a shoo-in for another appearance this year. As part of the BWO collective, Slovak audiences know her from live performances with producers such as Hi5ghost, Palmistry, and Gundam.