It’s official, Summer is over. We have celebrated our last Piknic Electronic of the season and the weather has since kept reminding us that Winter is just around the corner. Fortunately, October is the best month when it comes to music. We have crafted a list of 5 shows that you don’t want to miss in the following weeks. Music lovers, get hype!

October 5th – CloZee at Le Belmont

Not even in her 30’s, Chloé aka CloZee travels the world, making appearances at some of the most transformational festivals across the globe. Coachella, Lightning In A Bottle, Shambala… We discovered her at Envision Festival and she sure made a lasting impression as we embarked on a journey to a lush, exotic heaven. Equipped with technical sharpness and wild imagination, she navigates through the realms of glitch-hop, glitch-step, trip-hop, and world music with disconcerting ease. Let’s go enjoy some organic sounds with a French touch!

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October 5th – La Fleur at Newspeak

La Fleur started working as a pharmacist in Stockholm while DJing at different venues. After a few years, she made a life-changing decision to follow a creative path in the music industry. She felt the pull towards Berlin where she decided to set up home. Let’s just say she chose the right kind of mixing^^ Inspired by the city’s techno mecca magnetism, she started her own record label. Power Plant is not only about music, it’s a platform where she can express her passion for visual arts. She then became Watergate’s resident and collaborated with many industry big shots such as Detroit legends Kenny Larkin and Carl Craig. On Friday, we’ll get a chance to see her in full bloom.

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La Fleur

October 6th – Henry Saiz at Newspeak

One of the most popular up-and-coming Spanish artists of his generation, Henry Saiz is the creator of a style at the junctions of electronica, disco, house, and techno. His work as a sound designer for film & TV, and his deep passion for art, have allowed him to develop an altered reality where his audience can’t help but dive into. Using his professional expertise, he established a live show and incorporated some of these techniques into his highly acclaimed podcast, The Labyrinth. We can’t wait to immerse ourselves in his unique phantasmagorical universe.

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Henry Saiz

October 7th – George FitzGerald at Bar Le Ritz PDB

At the very heart of the birth of dubstep, the Englishman cut his teeth on DJing before moving to Berlin where he grew an interest in techno and became a dance music insider. The London producer operated through many musical genres such as house, bass music, and garage. His experiments led to the creation of an emotive and contemporary sound of hypnotic power. His debut album, Fading Love, translated romantic struggles and touring exhaustion into melodic, slow-burning electronica. Fatherhood has brought a more mature edge to All That Must Be, his latest piece. He is now accompanied by a live band who brings an organic warmth to his new compositions which are bursting with harmonies and an exquisite feeling of melancholy.

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George Fitzgerald

October 12th – Pantha Du Prince at Théâtre Fairmount

Hendrik Weber’s solo project Pantha Du Prince melds electronic compositions and live instrumentation, bringing techno to a place where we can feel the human inside the machine. The German producer started as a bass guitar player and later moved onto electronic based music, combining organic and synthetic sounds through the use of bells and chimes, field recordings, voices, analog synths, and samples. His reach stretches from the club to the sofa and back, fusing house, techno & indie music in a digital, and yet highly emotional, universe. His tracks involve visual experiences, taking the audience to his own world infused with snow-capped mountains and rolling hills.

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Pantha Du Prince

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