A grand electronic event with an international taste. Protagonist at the head of it all LADY WAKS: DJ, artist, Producer of international fame. Russian of birth, international origins. Two dance floors: The first will hold the Electro-Minimal-Break Beat, the second Drum’n Bass-Dub Step. The second part of the evening, in fact, till dawn with Crystal Distortion, all time pioneer of the ‘ improvised electronic live set ‘ with 69 db.
Lady Waks is an artist, but she’s also a one woman industry. DJ (Best female DJ Spanish Breakbeat Awards), Promoter, Producer (best breakthrough producer, Breakspoll 2009), Pioneering Graffiti Artist, Designer and Laber owner. She is an all round modern media phenomenon. Based in St Petersburg, Russia, Waks has been pushing her ideologies in music for a decade. Her various dance clubs and festivals have become a by word for quality in dance circles. It all began back in 1999 with her Hip Hop show on St Petersburg biggest radio station Re-Cord.
The in 2000 she left to focus her energies to promoting and creating the now well known brand in Break We Trust
Recognition came in 2004, when Time Out magazine voted it best club night. IBWT has hosted just about every big Breakbeat DJ in the world.
But the adventure doesn’t end there. Waks went on to create Breaks Arena: as if to say the first Breakbeat worldwide festival. Hosted by all the international festivals. Touring the world has become 2nd nature for the 1st lady of beats. Along with Hardy Hard, Lady Waks has also made a name for herself as a producer. Releasing tracks on well known labels such as Menu Music & West along with her own venture of Bassplanet Records. Lady Waks is the true definition of talent and hard work. Respected by her peers and loved by her fans.
His music has an hypnotic effect, due to perpetual primitives’ pulsations, leading to a state of well being.
The comparison could make people sceptical and yet Crystal Distortion sound could remind us of ‘The Chemical Brothers’ music between Big Beat, Break Beat and Hip Hop but with his own BPM culture and especially over research in the sound that makes his productions much more explicit and innovative than many other recognized artists.
Far away from hardcore kicks, Crystal Distortion moves in the psycho-active spirals of hard-techno and break beats where his puzzle of iconoclast sample draws a surrealistic and luxuriant landscape.
Pioneer of the ‘improvised electronic live set’ with 69 db, the collaboration resulting in the R-ZAC project, and operating close to the sounds of ‘spiral sound’.