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Instrumental pieces, minimalistic arrangements and hypnotic rhythms transform a disco evening into a night of ecstasy. Minimal Music was born in 1994 with the release of "Minimal Nation" by DJ/Producer Robert Hood. Born as an experimental continuation of the already established techno and House genres, the forerunner of this rather atonal sound range has attracted the talent of producers of unique beats.
Each station transmits the most driving sounds of analog synthesizers and technologically simple rhythms in its own almost primordial way. It is music that stimulates the soul, even when you sit at your desk or on the couch.
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Here are the dates of the "Tour over techno".
Michielin announces "Tour over techno", which stops at the clubs from November to December and immerses the artist in a new and original "electronic living set". In fact, the new touring is an electronical kit completely played and sung by Francesca, who has remixed all his greatest hits and some songs of the last album "2640" in a single key and also experiments with genres like afrobeat and minimal techno.
Francesca will play analog instruments such as electric bass, Synthie pad, moon and controllers during the show. The title of this new project refers to the famous verse "these things I want to tell you about techno" which is included in the song "I don't don't get by the sea". Francesca Michielin's new single "Femme" (from 16 November via Sony Music), written in collaboration with Calcutta and remixed by DJ and Italian-Canadian multi-instrumentalist Bruno Bellissimo as well as the director and producer of the new "electronic life set" project, accompanies the concert route.
Tickets for the new tours are now available at all physical points of the clubs and from 10.00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 7th at www.ticketmaster.it and www.ticketone.it.