Ancient prophecies have foretold the coming of a time when all the stars will line up and the world will experience a deep and spiritual change. They were talking about DokuFest and DokuNights 2014, the festival that is all about change during the day and where the stars line up at night. And we are not talking about just a random constellation of stars. We are talking about the constellation of music lined up in Andrra, the dreamiest patch of the sky.
Join us this year to start the transformation with one of the most important and innovative Dj’s of drum and bass scene – dBridge followed by HyperTech and our very own Labinot Sponca! As you change, get to know the mellow side of the journey through the stories of love, life, joy and despair as told by Shpat Deda and his wizard friends. And when you think the stars have shared all their light, brace yourselves for Molly Nilsson & Man Machine’s one woman/man show that will redefine the concept of possible. Become a rockstar with Retrovizorja as they come to make us reflect for the first time ever, and complete the process of change when Fanfara Tirana concludes the cycle with their rattling Balkan sounds.
It is said that all prophecies will be fulfilled. That is what the stars have in store for us. So make sure to join us for a journey where body melts with spirit, and don’t forget to bring your sunglasses. You will need them when we welcome the sun.
FULL LINE UP:
–SATURDAY 16 AUGUST
dBridge / HYPERTECH / LABINOT SPONCA
Don’t bring your drum or bass, we will have plenty for everyone with the veteran producer and one of the most experienced Drum’n’Bass artists Darren White aka dBridge – followed by HyperTech and our very own Labinot Sponca.
–SUNDAY 17 AUGUST
ANGRY YOUTH x LIQUORISH DUBZ
Angry Youth invites on stage Netherland’s Liquorish Dubz – J(ay).A.D & Oomboi Lauw – known as the juke/footwork pioneers of Amsterdam. Expect sounds reaching out from Chicago juke to European footwork, UK grime and beyond.
–MONDAY 18 AUGUST
SHPAT DEDA & FRIENDS
Ever been the first at hearing a brand new album played live? If not, this is your chance. Shpat Deda and his wizard friends come to showcase Shpat’s new music from the “Shkendije” (Spark) album for the first time ever! Join us and lets start a fire together.
After: AGNES – Who said time travel is not possible? Electro-pop, 80’s and 90’s music all night long with AGNES. Make sure you find a way to shine if you don’t bring the glitter.
–TUESDAY 19 AUGUST
ZHABA / GRIMM LIMBO / LegOff und Panda
Zhaba – the winners of this year NGOM Fest promo stage will open up for Grim Limbo’s smooth electro-chill wave. Then we will keep going with raw tech house from Visar and Legoff.
–WEDNESDAY 20 AUGUST
BRITTA ARNOLD / ELLIVER / JEHONË
One of the best Berlin duos Britta Arnold and Eliver come to deliver their technoid-like and playful psycho-sounds, combined with surprisingly funny tracks followed by emotional after hour tunes from Jehona from Y SERIOUS label.
–THURSDAY 21 AUGUST
THE JOHN / PINKMETAL / SNEZHINKA
PINKMETAL: Ever seen a Pinkmetal? Neither have we, but we will at least get to hear how one sounds in a night filled with pink, sorry punk. Skamoposllugë.
THE JOHN: is a psychodelic surf band influenced by post dope disco punk rockers formation. Come surf, lose the board.
After: Snezhinka – idm to nu jazz and all the colors in-between.
–FRIDAY 22 AUGUST
MOLLY NILSSON & MAN MACHINE
What happens when a one-woman-show meets a one-man-show? We call it magic. Come see Molly Nilsson and Man Machine for a show full of love and trouble.
After: Mirlinda’s Techhouse followed by Leo’s Acid House will make Andrra feel like home.
–SATURDAY 23 AUGUST
RETROVIZORJA WITH ELINA DUNI
Do you want to be a rockstar? Me too. Well, here’s your chance. For the very first time, Retrovizorja with Elina Duni come to deliver the music that inspired a generation.
After: Duo Ewox & Tamarinsky play only LOVE! Now that I think of it, there’s some funk in it too.
–SUNDAY 24 AUGUST
The stage will rattle and roll with Fanfara’s repertoire of fast rhythmic ethno tunes blasting through the instruments of no less than 14 people playing and dancing together. Make sure not to lose the closing ceremony and to conclude the festival with a mix of sweet, bitter, spicy and real music.
After: Balkan tunes are followed by world music as Viga brings us all to safe landing.
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