Célébration à la Java : UDO a 5 ans et l’été est enfin là. Venez ! On vous accueillera amoureusement dans notre chateau magique, on ondulera nos corps bizarres sur un même tempo, on retrouvera dans la foule les sourires qui font briller nos yeux, on collera nos corps à ceux de nos amis, nos doigts se toucheront et la nuit sera belle. Et pour guider nos pas incertains, éclairer nos consciences et nous amener à la transe, une bande de chamans électroniques : Stil Eric (Garage MU), Lena Willikens (Cómeme), DDD aka The Hustler (DDD, La Source), Jacques Bon (Smallville, La Source), Fleischer (RER), Alberto Balsalm (acid square dance) et Louis(e) de Ville.

Lena Willikens

Cómeme - Allemagne
Nothing trains a DJ more than a long lasting residency. A truism that the Cologne based musician and DJ Lena Willikens always proves when she spins her vinyl. For the past five years, she has been in charge of long and sweaty Friday night parties at Düsseldorf’s free-spirited club/bar Salon Des Amateurs. She is also a dedicated member of the Cómeme records tribe and all its missions: her name is frequently on the label’s party bills and she runs the monthly radio show “Sentimental Flashback” for Radio Cómeme. As a DJ, radio broadcaster, producer, and Theremin player, Lena is never committed to one style, all is welcome as long as it is twisted the in a one-of-a-kind way. She also produced the very special ghost wave track, “High Holes“ for the vinyl only sampler « Kingii”, released by the Düsseldorf based label Slowboy Records. Her latest release is a contribution to the “Noise of Cologne 2” sampler. Here she delivers, together with Melanie Wratil (Institut Fuer Feinmotorik) under the alias Titanoboa, some heavy hitting industrial emotions. When she spins records she likes to let herself go in the name of dance and free thought. May it be obscure proto-techno, jacking spirits, industrial boogie, synthesized disco, raw house, or other outernational rhythms: in clubs like Golden Pudel/Hamburg, Corsica Studios/London, About Blank/ Berlin, or on festivals like Nacht Digital she always surprised the folks and left them amazed about how expanded a crowd can let go and how far a DJ can move a dancefloor into unknown and bizarre spheres that stay catchy, while being edgy.

Stil Eric

Garage MU - Paris

Jacques Smallville

Smallville - France

DDD aka The Hustler

DDD, La Source - France


RER - France

Alberto Balsalm

Acid square dance - Paris

Louis(e) de Ville


4 juillet 2014

A la java