MIX Festival presented by %100 Music
15 November 2019 - 16 November 2019 - Zorlu PSM
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An experience between sounds continues!

MIX Festival Presented by %100 Music will be at Zorlu PSM on 15th-16th November!

Zorlu PSM’s highly anticipated festival is ready for its fourth edition. The festival will bring together German DJ and producer Apparat who produces ambitious, emotive electronic music in a wide range of styles, from glitchy techno to exquisitely orchestrated experimental pop; another Berlin-based duo Booka Shade with a reputation as being one of the most celebrated electronic acts to come out of Europe over the past two decades; Worakls whose known for his glorious remixes as Salzburg, Porto and Joda; Joachim Pastor with his bright melodies, bold vocals and guitar; N’to who made a name for himself with his highly diverse tracks informed by 70s rock to 30s swing and trip-hop; Parisian electro-pop duo with a loyal crowd Isaac Delusion; named as Turkey’s rising star in the global music scene Islandman; French trio creating cosmic worlds with electronic beats: Jabberwocky; boldly exploring the corners of the audiovisual world Plaid; Belgian indie-pop act SX; the sometimes melancholic but always melodic indie-pop band Teleman and Ross from Friends are some of the exciting names from the highly anticipated line-up.

 

Apparat (Live)

One of the biggest actors of the German electronic music scene Sascha Ring aka Apparat, takes his listeners on a journey between avant-garde, club and pop with his use of analog instruments. As we know him from his previous project Moderat and the soundtrack of Netflix’s show “Dark”, the star musician continues to add to his musical pallatte and brings new horizons with his latest album “LP5”.

What to listen?

·         Arcadia

·         DAWAN

·         Goodbye

electronic + ambient

 

 

Aga B

One of the biggest representatives of underground Turkish rap, Aga B first debuted in 2000 this world. With two albums and countless singles, the rapper won songs with rosewood, and comes to the forefront with the work he produced with rapper Ezhel, who is also from Ankara. With the support of Bugy and DJ Suppa, AAF B released the album MUAF from Basemode Records in 2019 and does not compromise its high-energy live performance.

What to listen?

·         3500 (feat. Ezhel)

·         Yalanlar

hip-hop + rap

 

 

Baba Stiltz

With his contemporary and idiosyncratic style, Baba Stiltz is traveling to the corners of his creativity with his pop filled dance melodies. With his inviting groove, the artist carried his music from Fabric to Berghain and then to international festivals. The EP he released in 2018 landed him on major outlets such as Resident Advisor and Dazed & Confused.

cosmic house + electropop


What to listen?

·         Can’t Help It

·         Beirut

 

Günce Acı

DJ and producer from Istanbul, Günce Acı is influenced by leftfield, new wave, indie-dance and electronica. Releasing her latest EP from Esthetique Records, she worked with artists like Damian Lazarus, Deena Abdelwahed and Jennifer Cardini.

What to listen?

·         Dreamers Vs Believers

·         Fibonacci

indie-dance + new wave

 

Islandman

One of the most successful acts of the local independent music scene Islandman have carried their diverse sound all the way to Montreux Jazz Festival. Formed by Tolga Böyük, the project got the chance to work with Danish label Music For Dreams due to their rewarding first single Agit. The trio, playing an electro-acoustic live format mixes shamanic melodies with electronic sounds.

What to listen?

·         Agit

·         Dimitro

ambient + electronic + improvisational

 

Jabberwocky

Formed in 2013 by three young French producers, Manu, Camille and Simon, Jabberwoocky creates an electronic world with their use of synthesizers and cosmic melodies. Gaining the attention of the French music scene with their first released track “Photomaton”, the band started to make themselves heard all around the world. Two LP’s and plenty of vocal collaberations later, Jabberwocky greeted 2019 with two new singles guaranteed to make you dance.

What to listen?

  • Photomaton
  • La Yara

electro-pop + synth-pop

 

 

Joachim Pastor

After studying at Versailles Conservatory, he took part in many bands before starting to produce his music. His fast progression allowed him to stand out as a unique talent, soon well identified for his pop and melodic influences. In 2014, he creates the label Hungry Music with his friends Worakls and N’to, and that enables him to produce his music just the way he wants it, thus offering powerful vocals, colored beats as well as a gentle touch of guitar.

What to listen?

·         Reykjavik

·         Eiffel Powder

dance + electronic

 

Lil Zey

Graduated from Berklee, the singer-songwriter DJ Lil Zey leaves her mark on the craziest nights of Istanbul. One of the most important DJs of the Thug Life series, her hip-hop and r&b sound is going to make it hard not to dance.

What to listen?

·         Turn Me Cold

·         Ötede Dur

rap + r&b 

 

 

N’to

Coloring his music by integrating different genres like 70’s rock, 30’s swing, classical music and triphop, French musician N’to became a key act in the world of techno. One of the three creators of Hungry Music Label, the musician takes his listeners on a pulsating journey with his distinctive style.

What to listen?

·         Carrousel (Short Version)

·         The Morning After

techno + dance + electronic

 

Tolga Duyan feat. Bulut Adalı Seçkin

 

The duo we know and love from their unforgettable performances before Stavroz and at PSM’s After Work Party, Tolga Duyan & Bulut Adalı Seçkin are preparing for an unforgettable night at MIX Festival!

deep house + jazz-house

Worakls

The young French prodigy Worakls is a composer above all. He draws his creativity from many genres such as movie soundtracks and classical music. In 2014, he created the label Hungry Music with his friends N’to and Joachim Pastor, allowing him to express those influences fully. He is now unveiling his new project, Worakls Band, a live performance gathering several musicians (violin, alto, cello, and guitar).

What to listen?

·         Porto (Original Mix)

·         Toi

house + electronic

 

 

16 KASIM

 

Booka Shade

Berlin-based duo Booka Shade (Walter Merziger and Arno Kammermeier) have carved out a reputation as one of the most celebrated electronic acts to come out of Europe over the past two decades.

Merziger and Kammermeier founded influential label Get Physical in 2002, together with M.A.N.D.Y. and DJ T. They also contributed directly to the label’s expansion releasing their first three LPs, “Memento” (2004), “Movements” (2006) & “The Sun & The Neon Light” (2008), followed by “More!” (2010) and “Eve” (2013). In addition to their proven skills in effortlessly combining irresistible rhythms with melodic hooks, the Berlin duo has always stood out for their spectacular live shows, which constantly feature among the favourites in the annual Resident Advisor lists. This led them to be chosen by Depeche Mode as road and stage companions for one of their recent tours. They have also produced several remixes for artists and bands including Moby, Yello, Hot Chip, Tiga and The Knife, among many others.

What to listen?

  • Curve
  • In White Rooms

 electro + ambient + house

 

Hey! Douglas Big Band (Live)

A solo project of Veyasin, who has proved his success both in music and visual works as well as his collaboration with Evren Besta in the eccentric hip-hop group Mode XL, Hey! Douglas brings the famous psychedelic songs of the '70s together with the disco rhythms of today in his mixes. Having gained critical acclaim with the rearrangements of classic songs such as Estarabim and Ankara Rüzgarı, Hey! Douglas has been in the limelight with Yaşamak İstemem, his tribute to the late musician Yavuz Çetin, and İstiklal Re-Edit, which features scenes from Istanbul's İstiklal Street.

What to listen?

  • Duruyor Dünya

·         Ayva Çiçek Açmış (feat. Gaye Su Akyol)

electronic + Turkish psychedelic

 

Isaac Delusion

A popular duo in the history of French electronica, far from fads and excitations.

Rescued from a certain scene of the beginning 10 ', the time has made of them a precious object: pop music as no one does it no more, who loudly claims his Anglo-Saxon influences. With their songs out of time and off the ground despite the gravity that still weighs, spontaneous writing and simple and beautiful melodies, those described as gentle dreamers have largely proved that they knew how to dream. Thirties approaching for the two childhood friends, the need has slowly settled to reconnect with saving energy, an innocence and freedom that was thought to be lost with experience and years.

 

What to listen?

  • fancy
  • Couleur menthe a l’eau
  • How Much (You Want Her) 2017

 

french electronic + electro-pop

 

Mabbas

One of the most experienced techno DJs of Turkey, Mabbas is known for his sets consisting of contemporaries and hidden gems of electronic music with a dark and dynamic tone that predominantly features strong rhythms. Capturing the stage with a spectacular set on Sónar Istanbul for two years in a row, Mabbas will bring his ice-cold killer beats to the dancefloor.

techno + electronic

Nova Persona

Influenced by Berlin’s underground music scene, Nova Persona entered our life in 2016.  Using genres from cosmic disco to soft techno in her sets, Yeşim Koçal aka Nova Persona is taking over the MIX Festival stage!

acid house + leftfield disco

Plaid (Live/AV)

The British duo Plaid, without compromising a beat from their 90s sound, claim that technology is a big supporter of their productions. Ed Handley and Andy Turner, the talented members of the band, wrote their names in the techno stars with the album Artificial Intelligence released by Warp Records in 1992. With minimal and abstract sounds emerging in the world of techno overtime, the duo remains true to the essence of the “song” itself and reinforces this by collaborating with artists like Björk, Nicolette and Goldfrapp. Plaid, always maintaining the freshness of their music but never hesitating to use the blessings of technology, boldly explores the corners of the audiovisual world.

What to listen?

·         Do Matter

·         CLOCK

electronic + IDM

 

Ross From Friends (Live)

British producer Felix Clary Weatherall, aka Ross From Friends delighted his fans by releasing his long-awaited full-length “Family Portrait” in 2018. Blending hip-hop's cut-and-paste culture with 80's Eurobeats, the 24-year-old lo-fi musician guaranteed his spot in major festivals like Primavera Sound, Field Day and Park Life.

 

What to listen?

  • Thank God I’m A Lizard
  • Talk to Me You’ll Understand

lo-fi + electronic

 

SX

 

Discovering them through their song “Black Video” on social media, SX quickly became on the important musical exports of the Belgian music scene. Touring all of Europe from festival to festival and taking the stage as the supporting acts of names like Vampire Weekend, Poliça and Ariel Pink, SX is delivering love, devotion and power through their most recent album “Eros”.

 

What to listen?

  • Black Video
  • Desgined / Desire

pop + indie

 

Teleman

With their sometimes melancholic, sometimes energetic but always melodic indie pop, Teleman doesn’t neglect to add a little bit of electronic into their music. Formed in 2012, the English band is making sure their listeners are dancing the night away with their third studio album “Family of Aliens”.

What to listen?

  • Dusseldorf
  • Song for a Seagull

electro-pop + synth-pop

 

Zeynep Erbay

Being a classical piano student at the conservatory Zeynep Erbay involved with music at an early age. During her studies in Bilkent University, she started her radio show.  During her music career she worked in different radio stations. Selected to Red Bull Music Academy 2006 Melbourne, she met and shared the decks with the names like The Mizel Borthers, Aloe Black, Greg Wilson, Joe Batan, Alex Smoke, Patrick Pulsinger and Seteve Spacek.

What to listen?

·         Flowers

electro + nujazz

 

General Daily Ticket Sales (November 15th) - 121.00 TL
General Daily Ticket Sales (November 16th) -
 121.00 TL

General Two-Day Ticket Sales - 198.00 TL

1. Each attendee is required to have a ticket, without age limitation.

2. Please do not take off your 1st-day wristband until the end of the program and your combined wristband until the end of the festival under no circumstances. Do not throw away your ticket.

3. This ticket, together with the wristband to be given in the ticket section, gives the holder the right to enter the festival area between the hours specified by the organizer. Losing your ticket and/or wristband, removing the wristband from the wrist for any reason whatsoever will result in losing your right to entry. Biletix or the Organizer is not responsible for the loss of tickets and/or wristbands.

4. Ticket holders without an ID will not be admitted to the venue.

5. The organizer reserves the right to deny any visitors entry if they are considered not suitable or they disturb/have the potential to disturb other guests, by refunding their tickets. 

6. You are allowed to leave the venue only once until 1 a.m. Guests leaving the venue after 1 a.m. will not be allowed back into the festival on that day.

7. The organizer reserves the right to make modifications in the program, performance schedule or ticket prices.

8. Bag controls and pat-down searches will be made before entry to the venue.

9. Entrance to performance halls is limited to the capacity of the venue.

10. All liquids, gels, perfumes, deodorants, etc. in handbags are subject to limitations.

11. Inflammable and/or explosive liquids or gases, pepper sprays and teasers are strictly prohibited.

12. As there will be food and beverage booths at the venue, outside food or beverages are not allowed.

13. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the closed area of the festival. Those breaking the rule will be taken out of the festival venue without further warning and their tickets will not be refunded.

14. Professional audio and video devices (video and photo cameras), selfie and GoPro sticks are not allowed.

15. It is kindly requested not to record the festival. The attendee recognizes that upon artist managers’ demand, his/her audio-visual recording devices can be seized.

16. All payments in the festival area will be made by PSM Card. Guests who already have a card are recommended to bring it to the festival.

17. A reusable cup system is implemented at the festival.

•A deposit system is employed to reduce the use of plastics and to prevent environmental pollution.

•During the entry to the festival, combined ticket owners get 4 and one-day ticket owners get 2 tokens.

•In the first purchase, the cup is given in return for 1 token.

•Every new cup other than the first one can be taken either in return for 1 token or 1 used cup.

•You may have your cup refilled in later purchases.

•If you lose your cup, you may use the remaining token.

•If you lose or run out of tokens, TL 5 is charged for the first beverage to be purchased afterward.

•If you do not wish to carry your cup in your hand throughout the festival, you may return it and take your token back.

18. Special effects of smoke and fog will be frequently used during the event.

19. The event contains visual effects not suitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy.

20. Belongings not checked in at the cloakroom will be under the responsibility of owners.

21. The festival will be held under any weather conditions.