House, techno, vintage sounds reminiscent disc... lovers of electronic music are in for a treat. This month of December starts a new season of festivals in Ifema with two major international events that arrive for the first time to Madrid: the Festival DGTL and Don t Let Daddy Know-DLDK. Robert Hood, The Black Madonna, DJ Koza, Ame and Mathew Jonson, Len Faki, Charlotte Witte, John Talabot, Damian Schwartz, Javi Redondo, JP Enfant, Midland, Skatebard, Trikk and Vane Versions.
These will be the artists who will perform at the first of the appointments, which will be on Wednesday, 5 from 22.00 to 07.00 hours. The poster of the Festival, DGTL, which will be held in other cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, or São Paulo, bet on this issue both by talent national and emerging as large international names. The Black Madonna is, without doubt, one of the feminist activists over protest of the music scene. Although it only takes a few years of the media in the scenarios, this artist can be as the female name most important of the international electronic. And lands in Madrid to bring that mix of house and dance old school of his native land, Chicago. Marea Stamper already has indisputable hits as We still believe, or Exodus, in a trajectory that has not stopped growing in the music industry: DJ's, opening, production,...
Also, on the international scene, stand out names like Robert Hood, icon of Detroit, the aesthetics of Ame and Mathew Jonson or the presence of the legendary resident of Berghain, the temple of the German techno, Len Faki. Not to mention DJ Koze, aka the music producer Stefan Kozalla, also associated to the scene in berlin. This artist will be commissioned to make you sweat the t-shirt to all attendees at the festival.
This summer he returned to his format more standard with the album Knock Knock (Pampa, 2018), ideal to climb down and let go. Within the national scene, John Talabot is perhaps one of the names that sound. Although he has not posted anything as such from the year 2012, his long Order, has not stopped pricking around the world. Internationally known for Grbets its thoughtful and refined performances in the year 2014, Oriol Riverola (real name of Talabot) created the project Talaboman alongside the swede Axel Boman.The event, in addition to the face aimed at the electronics, which it shares with many other festivals, highlighted by a commitment to environmental sustainability that aims to reach, by 2020, to be a festival in which they generate zero waste. Among other things, the cuisine is vegetarian, no plastic cups, single-use, and even transform the organic waste generated during the festival in compost, which is distributed subsequently amongst local farmers. This last year he also presented a program called Art & Revolution, including performances and sound installations, including a sculpture created from plastics collected on the beach of Barcelona.
For its part, the global phenomenon Don't Let Daddy Knowregresa to Spain to continue making history. After Ibiza and Mallorca, where the idea began in 2012, DLDK prepares the landing, for the first time, in Madrid the 8 of December, to continue its trail of great successes, after the celebration of its sixth anniversary in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam at the beginning of march. And what will be in Ifema, a space with capacity for more than 10,000 people, and with a lineup of stars from around the world.
40 million salary
Among them, the Dutch artist Tiësto, number four in the ranking of the british magazine specializing DJMag, and the second DJ better paid according to Forbes list with $ 40 billion in 2017, behind only Calvin Harris with 48 and a half million. This click of dance music, whose real name is Tijs Verwest, he continues in the music scene to his 49 years, despite not having released an album since four years ago. And next to him, as head of poster, will Don Diablo. Neither will lose this appointment other names like Third Party, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman or Sem Vox.
The DJ madrid Radness has been incorporated also to the carter of performances of DLDK. An artist who has gone through clubs as important as Shoko or the well-known Garamond, in Madrid, where it is usual, and in known instances as the valencian Wonderwall. And will bring the feminine side.DLDK Spain will be part of the world tour of Don't Let Daddy Know World 2018 by large capital.
So, what began six years ago is now a global phenomenon with events in more than eighteen countries. DLDK has managed to create a unique feeling of union that has become the reference point for the production of events with this unique show, and it's in the key of your success.