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Le Cannibale x (un)fair

(un)fair is pleased to present a programme of music live set curated by Le Cannibale,

 

THURSDAY 7 APRILE – from 6.30PM to 8PM (event by invitation only)

TULIOXI live

Tulioxi, a little secret of the Italian electronic scene for over twenty years, will perform in 90 minutes of live-set where he will master the use of modular 70s and effects. Between nostalgia for the past and a visionary fantasy of the future that unfolds with which he paints horizons composed of an amalgam of cinematographic and aesthetic citations, Tulioxi will tell complex and fascinating stories with a mistral execution of complex instruments.

 

THURSDAY 7 APRIL – From 8pm to 9.30pm (event by invitation only)

SALLY BUMPS live

Sally Bumps is a young pianist and electronic music producer since 2015. Graduated as a Sound Engineer at NAM in Milan and a piano teacher, Sally attracted attention for her first EP released in 2019. Selected among the 10 finalists of the JagerMusic Lab 2021, she will perform in 75 minutes of live performance between analog synths and keyboards, creating a unique experience.

 

FRIDAY 8 APRILE – From 7pm to 8.30pm

ANDREA RATTI

Resident DJ of Plastic in Milan, promoter of the famous clubnight Club Domani, sound designer.

Born and raised in Milan, Andrea Ratti rose to prominence in his hometown nightlife at a young age. In a few years he played as a DJ in most of the best Milanese clubs, and abroad in cities such as New York, Berlin, London, Madrid, Marrakech, Tallinn. Parallel to working in clubs, Andrea cultivates a close relationship with the fashion world, creating soundtracks for fashion shows and presentations (Pucci, MSGM, Santoni, Iceberg, Serapian, Elite Model Management), parties (Calvin Klein, Moschino, Jil Sander, Ferragamo, Maurizio Cattelan-Toilet Paper Magazine, Bulgari …) and producing original music for videos (Borsalino, Pinko, Furla, Santoni, Pal Zileri) and exhibitions (DeLightFul installation by CQS Studio / Salone del Mobile 2017).

 

SATURDAY 9 APRIL – From 7pm to 8.30pm

HIROKO/HACCI live set

From Japan to London, to then head to Italy and find in Milan an adoptive homeland where one’s talent explodes, the story behind the Hacci project and Hiroko’s parallel one is as fascinating as it is complex in its stages and nuances. Voice, keyboards, effects, instruments, minimal and delicate sounds are mixed with atmospheres capable of ranging from ambient to minimalist electronics, to Japanese music and sudden interventions sung to the microphone of the artist, whose voice enjoys a natural elegance and romanticism.

 

 

Le Cannibale curates as well the music background of this edition of (un)fair.

 

Le Cannibale:

Founded in 2011 by Marco Greco and Albert Hofer, event after event Le Cannibale wrote an important page in the history of Milanese and Italian club culture and edutainment by organizing events dedicated to music and cultural insights of various kinds. With over 500 events, Le Cannibale srl is a company producing successful events and brands such as: Le Cannibale, Wunder Mrkt, Reverso Festival, Club Prohibido, Classical Electronics Fantastica, Electrocinematics. Le Cannibale creates special events where art, music, culture, in-depth study and entertainment cross their own routes giving life to situations out of the ordinary. Not just concerts and DJ sets, but performances, exhibitions, film screenings, video-art interventions, workshops and conferences. Its primary focus is to create a dialogue between the spaces and cultural contents involved, creating unique combinations. Considered a reference point of Milanese entertainment by important media such as Lonely Planet, New York Times, Corriere della Sera and Vogue, Le Cannibale continuously collaborates with brands, national and international companies, universities and cultural institutions such as the Milan Triennale, the Pavilion of Contemporary Art in Milan, Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, the Fabbrica del Vapore, the Castello Sforzesco in Milan, the Hoepli Planetarium, Palazzo Brancaccio in Rome, Villa Visconti Borromeo Litta in Lainate, and many others.