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20:00 Infected Mushroom (Israel)
After two decades of making waves in the scene, Infected Mushroom has earned their reputation as a groundbreaking legend within electronic dance music.Twice ranked amongst the world’s “10 Best DJ’s” by DJ Magazine, with streaming numbers in the tens of millions and a cult following of die-hard fans, the LA-based, Israeli-bred duo has created one of the most powerful kingdoms in the world of electronic music. The combined force of Israeli producers Amit “Duvdev” Duvdevani and Erez Eisen, Infected is world renowned for their sonic innovations, genre-defying sound, and unrivaled production quality. This unique, trademark sound is created by hypnotic arrangements, complex layered melodies, and their willingness to experiment with multiple genres. While widely recognized as pioneers of psytrance music, over the years Infected has demonstrated their ability to not only break the rules – but create their own rulebook entirely, and inspire other artists to do the same. Since 1999, they have been on a non-stop worldwide tour, selling out shows and headlining festivals around the globe. The strangest thing about Infected Mushroom is not their squirty, talismanic collages of electronics, nor their name which must've come up after a long night of dismissing the lyrical sparkle of Unhygienic Elastic or Corruptible Pencil -- no, the strangest thing about these Israelian dance nutjobs is that they're actually rather good. Restrained samples for those that care. Torrential arrangements for those that don't. Amid Duvdevani and Erez Aizen funnel the more traditional uplift of MDMA through their clearly unique background to offer ever-busy, often over-complicated psychedelic trance that sounds like an Orb record demanding money for cleaning rain. High marks for constructing one of the few celebratory albums for the demented.
Glavclub Green Concert 
20:00 Plaid (UK)
London duo Ed Handley and Andy Turner started recording as Plaid while still members of Black Dog Productions. The first Plaid album, Mbuki Mvuki, was released in 1991. In 1995, Ed and Andy ended their five year collaboration with Ken Downie and left The Black Dog. Plaid released the Android EP that same year, and the pair began rechanneling their efforts full-time. Plaid goes on to perpetually produce a steady stream of inventive, warm, vivacious electronic music. Plaid is generally described as IDM and has been referred to by some critics as "post-techno." They are known to employ a variety of time-signatures in their music and often create syncopated beats and melodies using a variety of real instruments and samples.
Sixteen Tons 
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