Have a drink at Cafe Struik at ADE's Sunday

Have a drink at Cafe Struik at ADE’s Sunday

Oct 13, 2015 |  by  |  Event
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Born and raised in Amsterdam, lives to dance and dances to live on electronic music, has a small vinyl addiction, appreciates a little sarcasm now and then, thinks musicals are annoying and loves those moments where you lose track of time completely.

Sunday is the last day of ADE madness, which is incredibly sad. I know I’ll cry myself to sleep when I get home Monday morning. Having to wait another year is pretty damn long, especially for an impatient person like me. Even more reason to celebrate like there’s no tomorrow on Sunday.

I already told you about LET and their 5YR anniversary in Closure on Sunday. With Steffi, Martyn, Molly, Mike Servito and Deniro I know I want to be no where else on Sunday night. The boys have arranged a nice event to have some drinks and bust a few warm-up moves in Cafe Struik across the street, before the party violence starts. Close LET friends are invited to perform. Let me introduce them to you.

Bare Butts on Bikes

Meet Bare Butts on Bikes. Two friends that know each other since that period in your life when it isn’t offensive to ride a bike naked, but cute. Anaïs and Kolja go way back. Did you know that Kolja is one of LET’s founders? This guy knows a lot about music but he never performs himself. What are they going to play? No one knows… This will be an exclusive moment for sure.

Bare-Butts (2)


Pershian is present at every party in town and it seems as if he doesn’t need sleep at all. I’m jealous of that skill. He’s all about the house and techno sound that originated in Detroit and Chicago. Last year he performed at a sold-out Geheime Liefde Festival, had gigs in Leipzig, Berlin and did a DJ tour through Macedonia. This year his main focus lies on producing.


Mano a Mano

For Mano a Mano, spinning records together started as a Mexican stand-off where old school disco classics and a lot of less accessible stuff were furiously fired at one another. Although doing so for a while has resulted in sets with more cohesion, the result is still often unexpected. You can expect a party though.


Job Sifre

Job Sifre’s musical style is versatile. His love for music expanded rapidly over the past few years and therefore he’s unable to play a certain style or genre. His sets are influenced by Chicago house, new wave, electro and disco, just to name a few. His goal is to take people on a musical journey, where the music does not seem coherent – although the underlying emotion is.



That Unit Moebius record which was in your Discogs Wantlist forever. You didn’t buy it. Merel did. And she mixes it – with utmost precision and tight as a virgin – with that other record you didn’t buy either, because it was just a little too weird or ‘didn’t really fit your set’. No wonder she played Intergalactic FM’s Panama Racing Club last week.



Aurelius brings his interpretation of old school New York house to the dance floor. Being a true house head he knows what people need to hear to have a lesson in real house music. By doing this he can already call himself resident of the Netherlands’ biggest house club Studio 80. Keeping his game strong, he already played at all the established clubs in our country. By stepping up his game in the studio Aurelius is planning on getting his first EP out. Looking at true pioneers like Jovonn, Kerri Chandler and Franck Roger as his mentors, Aurelius keeps his sound close to the core.



When: October 18, 17:00-23:00
Where: Café Struik, Rozengracht 160
Entrance: Free
More info: Facebook event

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