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Get Stuck 2.0! Sticky Ground w/ SÆDEM vs Ectoplasm at Azimut

Azimut Club [Turin]

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Date: March 7, 2020
Time: 23:00
Location: Azimut Club
Address: Via Modena 55 Turin

Get Stuck 2.0! Sticky Ground w/ SÆDEM vs Ectoplasm at Azimut

Get Stuck 2.0! Sticky Ground w/ SÆDEM vs Ectoplasm at Azimut

Sticky Ground, with its raw, acid, industrial and breakz sounds, returns to the Azimut Club’s Red Room, bringing two emerging names from the Italian techno scene to Turin in an unprecedented back 2 back!

We speak of SÆDEM, Rome producer and resident DJ of the Noiselab, with an outgoing Ep  for Sticky Ground, and Ectoplasm, producer of Pisa resident DJ of Plàstic evenings at the Pontecorvo Depot. He already has an EP on the label, supported regularly by Rebekah, I Hate Models and many others. But it does not end here: another duo will debut in the opening of the Torisene club’s Red Room: Distorted Planet, a Sardinian duo that is making its way into the Turin scene and that on Sticky Ground have just released their first track. Finally Kernic, aka Küetzal and Sancta Sanctorum, founders of Sticky Ground and Genau residents , will close the night.

“It will be an evening of” straight in your face “techno for those who are not afraid to dance, express themselves and merge their energy with ours.”

The event will be held in the Azimut Club Red Room, in conjunction with the GENAU event which will host Klangkuenstler.

Kernic (Sticky Ground)

Mattia and Paolo, aka Küetzal and Sancta Sanctorum get to know each other in Milan during their Sound Design studies. Coming from different musical backgrounds such as classical, house and hip hop, they start sharing their experiences beginning an artistic path that will lead them to London. The British capital will host their musical evolution that in 2016 will bring them to found Sticky Ground an independent label where they publish and promote artists from the European techno scene according to their taste and musical culture, releasing on tape cassettes and vinyl, with bright, fluo artworks. After years spent in studio together and after sharing the hub in different label showcases for Sticky Ground (at Jaded – Corsica Studios, London Music Conference) the Kernic project is born as a natural consequence of such process, bringing sounds that space between raw, acid and electro.


Sticky Ground [red room]:
Distorted Planet
SÆDEM vs. Ectoplasm
GENAU [main room]: