Worth Your Dam Hangover: De Marktkantine, Shelter

Worth Your Dam Hangover: De Marktkantine, Shelter

Jan 4, 2018 |  by  |  Event, Music
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Being driven by music from a young age made me realize how lucky I am to be situated in Amsterdam and its ever growing scene of artists, events and, of course, music enthusiasts. With a focus on the feel of House, Techno and all in between, sharing my love for music in any way possible acts as a fine expressive outlet.

New name, same concept. Too many plans for the weekend? Let me narrow your options down by weekly suggesting the events where you can meet, dance and drink with Amsterdam’s finest crowds. After all, ‘a hangover ain’t worth the pain if the party is lame’. So here’s where you weekend warriors should go to make it worth your damn hangover.

Friday: Carlos Valdes b2b Ferro & more @ De Marktkantine

No need to settle down after an extended weekend worth of New Year’s celebrations! Cantina’s first edition at De Marktkantine this year serves up an interesting back-to-back session by both Is Burning’s Carlos Valdes and VBX’s Ferro. Considering the two hours of minimalistic warehouse jams Valdes threw down at Breakfast Club Is Burning on New Year’s Day and Ferro’s stripped-down but tough style, something special is to be expected! Joining them on the bill are Spokenn’s other half Reiss and Cantina mainstay Makossa. This opening set by Ferro and Reiss as Spokenn might just properly warm you up for the night.

Friday: Efdemin b2b Marco Shuttle and Mirella Kroes @ Shelter

Worth mentioning as well is another stellar line-up consisting of Berlin-based Efdemin and Marco Shuttle. When Shelter opens its doors for the first time this year the two will combine forces in a b2b, together with support from resident Mirella Kroes. The night will definitely shed light on the more hypnotic and driving side of the techno spectrum, proving once again the trend of progressive bookings through the club. With an opening weekend like this, Shelter seems to enter 2018 with a more than steady pace and I’m looking forward to the rest of their offerings this year.

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