Freddy K, Under Black Helmet and P.E.A.R.L. are the guests of PØLI and Lorenzo Raganzini the next October 12th
From midnight of Saturday 12th of October, until Sunday afternoon Sunday 13th. The location will not be revealed until a few hours before the action. Barcelona’s Techno scene will dance in a 100% industrial environment, with three international guests.
An industrial area without any neighbors around. Walls of imposing heights. Small alleys that open up among walls with almost 100 years of history. Almost a century of countless stories. A door. Big lateral windows. Darkness-allied curtains. Various floors. All under one roof. Art pieces designed for this special occasion by different artists from the city. 12 hours of Techno from three big names like Freddy K, P.E.A.R.L. and Under Black Helmet, along with the founders of the movement, PØLI and Lorenzo Raganzini. All, under the hefty metallic HEX cross.
The first HEX event at an industrial warehouse. Freddy K, Since the ‘90s, Alessio Armeni has been tirelessly campaigning the dance floor and defending vinyl. You will know him best for his marathon DJ sets, deviant selections and his Berghain residency. He’ll play for 3 hours in his second time at HEX.
It’ll also be P.E.A.R.L.’s debut at HEX, a guy who’s a key figure of the Spanish Techno scene, owner of the label Falling Ethics and an important part of the Pole Group structures. His raw and accelerated selections land at the new warehouse concept.
The third guest is Under Black Helmet, icon of the more industrial and harsh sounds, creator of anthems like ‘Impulsive Behavior’ and ‘Mute’ and regular at labels like Mord or Code Is Law. To round it all up, the two residents of the brand of the cross come together on the booth. A special b2b to close this artistic and cultural reunion. The talented visual artists Maia Ksb and Acid Thermal will be in charge of the visual aspect of the event.
Barcelona is days away from experiencing something unique, the beginning of a new phase for the artistic Techno scene of the city.
Tickets available here: bit.ly/30UIpNA
Photos by Oriol Reverter Photography
Article by Paco Cavaller