#Venezia75 Closing Party: Esperienza Pepe with Hard Ton

Esperienza Pepe in Collaboration with Positive Magazine is organizing the closing party of the 75th Edition of the Venice Film Festival. The event is presenting the music performance of Hard Ton. The event is reserved to the members. To get your membership follow the link in the event. To all participants we will give a […]

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Esperienza Pepe in Collaboration with Positive Magazine is organizing the closing party of the 75th Edition of the Venice Film Festival. The event is presenting the music performance of Hard Ton. The event is reserved to the members. To get your membership follow the link in the event.
To all participants we will give a free copy of Positive Magazine (issue 2 or 3 till we run out of them).

The Pepe Experience was born thanks to a collaboration between the association Biennale Urbana and the Agenzia del Demanio. Thanks to the permission to use a public space for a temporary use, dismissed in 2000 by the Italian Army (Battaglione Lagunari), in may 2018 started a first phase to regenerate the space with new installations inside the huge inside court and the surrounding spaces.

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Thanks to the collaboration between the Architecture Studio Encore Heureux (Curators of the France Pavilion at the Architecture Venice Biennale), the collectives Camposaz, Le Bureau Baroque, Collectif ETC, Parasite 2.0 and ATZ (Agreements to Zinedine), VER-V have been realized new facilities inside the military compound giving a new use prospective.

 

ABOUT Hard Ton:
HARD TON are the italian duo with a larger than life disco sound and a surprising love of metal. Fused together in 2008 from the musical loins of DJ Wawashi and heavy metal singer Max, Hard Ton met online through a site for hirsute loving – though very quickly it became clear their relationship was to be based on a mutual love of music. Finally meeting in person at a party in 2009, over some cherry wine and musings of future hopes and dreams, they solidified their vision. Sylvester-styled falsettos conjure up memories of smoky dancefloors during the heady days of Hi-NRG, which combined with a contemporary sound of accelerated beats and screaming acid basslines, shows a nod to the past can result in a slap across the face for the present. Using analogue and vintage gear, from the 303, 606, 707, Oberheim DMX, Korg Monopoly, MS20, Prophet 5, the music is as organic as synthetic music can be, their equipment living and dying by its own unpredictable rules.

[I-D Magazine, The Livin’ Loud Issue]

ABOUT Form of Expansion (opening DJ)

Born in Venice,1992. Co-founder of One Thousand. In love for Detroit and Raw House, taking music as a tender and wild voyage.

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