Production Company: Cocoricò
Concept and animation: Alessia Travaglini, Giacomo De Luca
Soundtrack: Thomas Brinkmann - Ulla 1 (Rosa, 2000) Max Ernst
Year: 2012

Thanks to WADADALAB - BAM Rimini

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One. Because the opening act of the festival, as e pre-night preview at Aquafan, is mister Paul Kalkbrenner, and we challenge you to find a festival preview as grandiose as that.

One. Because the Piramide will be a one and neverending dream, where the fierce and mystic perfection of Jeff Mills -- if it's about pure techno, he's the Charisma, full stop -- will be the final and devastating destination of a complex and wondrous sonic journey. A no gravity journey, completed by the dizzy melodic cathedrals shaped by Pantha Du Prince, by Deetron's ultra-coloured and soulful techno, by Dasha Rush's icy and pitiless romanticism. A supreme odyssey.

One. Because the Piramide will be a one and neverending dream, where the fierce and mystic perfection of Jeff Mills -- if it's about pure techno, he's the Charisma, full stop -- will be the final and devastating destination of a complex and wondrous sonic journey, starting from the icy and pitiless romanticism of the young Russian queen Dasha Rush, brightened by the ultra-coloured and soulful Deetron techno and morphed into a no-gravity affair by the dizzy melodic castles shaped by Pantha Du Prince. An odyssey supreme.

One. Because Titilla will be a one and unique class apart: Henrik Schwarz simply speaking is a genius, as he's always building up from his classical, jazz and fusion backgrounds astonishing house music landscapes -- landscapes that live on Mars as visionary as they are, and hit hard as intriguing as they are. Further on: Âme are top-notchers as well, with their lunar and stylized deep house, and maestro Marcus Worgull is well ready to explain why he's been incorporated by the marvellous Innervisions crew. Add to all these the usual accuracy of Titilla resident Andrea Arcangeli.

One. Because this time experiencing Morphine will be a one off adventure for real. A clash between the twenty-years-and-running musical mind of Thomas Melchior (Cadenza, Perlon, but most of all a unique ability to find out what's most creative and outside the box in digital music) and the sharp attitude of the young Swede Tommy Four Seven, Chris Liebing's favourite cadet: generations colliding, forcing us to explore the illest spots of four-to-the-floor music. They're going to be joined by Morphine residents Unzip, the room mighty vibekeepers.

Piramide, Titilla, Morphine. Cocoricò. With a preview at Aquafan.