Wednesday, 23. April 2014
28. 11. 12. - 14:00
Few acts enter Beatport’s overall Top 10 in a year; even fewer do so with 3 releases on the spin.
Sell-out globetrotters and Dutch House phenomenon’s Showtek are on that list and they are now coming to Austria to round off 2012.
Brothers, Sjoerd and Wouter Janssen push everything they do to the edge because music is their expression – they crash through boundaries in the music world so much further than other Dance pioneers and put EDM on the world map.
Certified engineers to Tiesto’s sound and co-producers to the future Chris Brown smash, ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ they rocket in to 2013 at the top of the international Electronic scene and they’re not even done with this year yet.
Mammoth collabs with Noisecontrollers and Bassjackers are set to drop in the next month, which further push their progressive music to the limit.
The Showtek show at Halle B, Baden on 8th December is set to be such a spectacle. Put this one in the diary, its not to be missed!
You can see all this LIVE at shows nothing short of a spectacle at these dates in 2012.
30/11/12: Zouk, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1/12/12: Octagon Seoul, Seoul, South Korea
8/12/12: Technoboy’s B-Day Bash @ Halle B, Baden, Austria
14/12/12: Club Mad, Lausanne, Switzerland
15/12/12: OXA, Zurich-Oerlikon, Switzerland
28/12/12: Sunburn Festival Goa, Goa, India
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The following films are on at the English language cinema Haydn Kino on Mariahilfestrasse between 24 April and 30 April:
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Model helicopter chops up owner
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ORF Watch To Probe State Broadcaster
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