Coming through with April’s podcast by the invasive French DJ and producer: Oposition.
Oposition is Louis Quelin’s first project inspired by old school rave. He stands out with a style that comes from the perfect mastery of his turntables. In 2017 he launched a massive machine-set-up project named INTERVENTION with Luca Di Milla, then came INJECTED, an exclusive project founded with Trym in 2018 for large-scale events. Their first date in Paris was at the Dock Eiffel.
Ringing the alarm with March’s podcast is musician Clara Cuvé. Piercing right through these desolate days like a point 50 caliber bullet.
Clara does not relinquish pace nor energy. Her roots go back to the classical piano in which she was trained since age four. Her deep love of music leads her to accumulate a record collection throughout the years, which she deploys during her energetic sets, always focusing on groove and dynamics.
February’s podcast is mixed by the fast-rising French DJ & producer: Pawlowski.
Deeply attached to the 90s rave culture and its sulfurous acid lines, it’s the joyfully decadent spirit of that time that he seeks to transcribe through his music and manages to release behind the decks: acid techno, hard-trance, retro-jump or happy hardcore. One thing is sure, Pawlowski is determined to return the dancefloor its most primitive energy.
The French fury Ma Čka is a techno producer and DJ from Paris. She will be serving January’s podcast as part of the studio sessions.
A steep, dark, powerful industrial techno with a meticulously calibrated saturation, integrating singular textures, both cold and fiery. This is how the universe of Ma Čka can be depicted both in her productions and in her DJ sets.
Things are looking rather sad…
First of all, we would like to thank you for all waiting so patiently. We were doing the same while hoping there would still be some light at the end of 2020. But, it may not come as a surprise that our government is still prohibiting us from all events.
What does this mean for Intercell x I Hate Models [All Night Long]? Click the ‘Read More’ button below.
22/10/2020 till 28/10/2020
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He who draws the sword from the stone. The third week of our marathon with the dark lord’s Sacred Court label. SNTS with some black magic for a full week.
15/10/2020 till 21/10/2020
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08/10/2020 till 14/10/2020
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September’s podcast is made by Berghain resident and one of the most sharp-cutting Berliners out there: Somewhen.
Somewhen is part of Berlin’s new techno generation, which continues to elaborate on the genres’ principal topics by adapting their meanings to a post-modern context; Futurism and nostalgia.
High-end stuff mixed by the man himself, enjoy.
[KRTM] is an electronic musician with deep roots in hardcore and techno music. Pushing the envelope of industrial dancefloor music. Playing hybrid DJ sets and distinctive live sets from the underground rave scene to the biggest hardcore festivals.
Below is a short read about his current attitude towards the impact of the COVID pandemic as an artist, his view on genres and his view on the changes in the electronic music industry caused by the worldwide restrictions. Listen to the special podcast he made for us here too, and read more about this mix at the end of this page together with a tracklist.
July’s podcast is a powerful one by the uprising and Dutch-based: CYNKT.
He aims at taking his audience on a musical journey by playing old school Techno tracks from the ’90s and 2000s, EBM, Rave, Industrial, Offbeat, Melodic Techno, and even Trance. His sound can best be described as raw, cutting edge techno with euphoric influences.
Get ready for some solo fist-pumping.
June’s podcast is brought to you by a hard-hitting electro/techno DJ & producer from Germany: LUZ1E.
Eclecticism is the keyword when it comes to the musical taste of LUZ1E. She brings together everything that has that certain punchy power to it. Her sets build a bridge between classic tunes and new sounds, combining them into a notion of futuretroism.
May’s podcast is mixed by one of France most promising techno trance DJ/producers: DJ REIZ.
Coming from the Paris underground scene, it’s been 5 years now that DJ Reiz is spoiling our ears and hearts with beautiful techno trance bangers, reinventing old school 90s sounds and combining them with new groovy and thundering elements.
April’s podcast is mixed by the intriguing and Romanian: Aleksa Alaska.
Even by the standards of 21st-century electronic music culture, Aleksa Alaska’s rise to international DJ status has been dizzyingly rapid. After deciding in early 2016 to devote more time to recording mixes, the Bucharest-based artist has quickly become one of the most talked-about radio hosts, selectors and club DJs in Europe.
March’s podcast is mixed by the France based DJ & producer: Hadone.
Hadone is one of the most interesting new artists in techno, making his way up in quick ascent. 90s Techno remains his main influence, to which he adds his own touch that we all know. This combination gives us a simple and melancholic result that defines his musical identity, creating his own unique style.
Our government has tightened the rules even further and decided to pull the plug out of all events until the 1st of June. This means, with the understanding of what situation the entire world is in, we are forced to cancel or possibly postpone both of our planned events. Once again, we would like to emphasize that our visitors’ health is our top priority.
What does this mean for our events? Click the ‘Read More’ button below.
February’s podcast is mixed by the Hamburg born and Berlin based Viscerale.
Driven by strong emotions and moved by fast, hypnotic & disturbing sounds, her sets are influenced by melodic, dark, rhythmic and industrial techno and usually transform into early 90’s gabber and hard trance. 140 bpm and upwards is her comfort zone, and she’s always seeking high energy levels in a playful way.
Video: I Hate Models at his own Invites night closing Intercell ADE 2019.
Techno connoisseur I Hate Models closing off his own Invites night during the 4-day Intercell ADE 2019 marathon violent yet melancholic.
New year, new podcast. January’s podcast is one by the French DJ & producer: FUERR.
Coming from the very heart of Paris (as you can see from the Paris Saint-Germain Football Club colours of the artwork) techno, hard techno, jumpstyle, breakbeat, and industrial are all styles the young and ambitious FUERR encompasses while staying faithful to his hardstyle influences.
To relive this insane uptempo hard techno set, check out the full video recording of Shlømo in the heat of the night in full HD on YouTube here. And listen to the full audio recording on SoundCloud here.
Video: KI/KI playing at Intercell Outdoor 2019.
This local rising star now returns to the H7 playground for a special acid set during Intercell – Acid Night 2020. She knows her trance classics, just as she knows her acid ones. Check out her performance at De Binnenplaats during our outdoor edition below.
| LINE-UP ACID NIGHT 2020
SNTS [acid set]
Ansome [acid live]
KI/KI [acid set]
Chris Liberator [vinyl set]
Raffaele Attanasio [live]
Decembers podcast is one by the Paris based DJ and producer: Incident Prism
The French, Incident Prism started to make music three years ago but isn’t a new kid on the block. He’s been moving in the scene for years now. Aiming for precise and massive productions and always trying to mix different influences to get the most accurate image he would give to modern techno.
We have asked Cynthia Spiering to collect 5 of her favourite, most nostalgic and special (acid and non-acid) tracks of all time including a small anecdote. Listen to these until recently hidden gems in our Spotify playlist: ‘Intercell Selects’.
When scouring the web for something exciting and new, you rarely find what you’re seeking. However, sometimes you stumble upon something greater than genres that can be attributed to the music at hand. This is when Sid + Eddy from Schwefelgelb come in. One of the most interesting things is that they have a conceptual approach, which in turn make their presence even more noticeable. (Repartiseraren, 2013).