Il Link ospita una tappa del leggendario festival underground per eccellenza.

Sabato 28 Gennaio dalle ore 23:00

Approda dall’Olanda a Bologna uno dei festival di musica elettronica più importanti e apprezzati degli ultimi anni a livello mondiale, famoso per aver fatto della ricerca musicale e della qualità il suo punto fermo: sabato 28 gennaio il Link ospiterà il Dekmantel Club Tour.
Per l’occasione il Link, tramite un’ accurata selezione di artisti e artiste, avrà il piacere di ospitare una line up imperdibile:
Call Super, Casper Tielrooij, Eris Drew e Mad Miran sono i protagonisti e le protagoniste di questo di questa tappa, che vi faranno compiere un viaggio unico attraverso le varie sfumature della musica elettronica dal quale non vorrete più uscire.
Dalla techno all’house, passando per la rave culture, la disco e la jungle: un party che vorreste non finisse mai.
🎫 2ND RELEASE 14€ + ddp


Call Super is the primary moniker of Joseph Richmond Seaton, a DJ and musician from London who has carved out his own place in the landscape of electronic music.
Defined by a meticulous approach to the composition, production, art direction and presentation of his work, every release encapsulates Joseph’s idiosyncratic vision.
It is a colourful world that gives life to the shadows and throws a mist over the boundaries that have become commonplace in electronic music.
His record The Present Tense provided the launching point for Houndstooth (the label arm of London’s fabric nightclub).
The following two releases, Black Octagons and Depicta/Acephale, cemented his status as one of the brightest new talents to emerge in the current wave of producers disturbing the musical landscape.
This reputation was cemented with Suzi Ecto, his debut album, which was widely regarded as one of the standout long players of 2014.
Described by Pitchfork as one of “the most evocative sound worlds that the genre has seen” it topped various annual polls.
Alongside his work as Ondo Fudd for The Trilogy Tapes, his collaboration with Beatrice Dillon for Hessle Audio and various other releases, he has been compared to Ricardo Villalobos, Jon Hassell and Brian Eno.
His second LP Arpo arrived in 2017 and was greeted to similar praise to his first, with The Guardian hailing it as “outstanding” and DJ magazine naming it Album of the Year.
In 2019 he founded a label with Parris, Can You Feel The Sun, to release their own work and collaborations alongside projects they felt shared a similar spirit.
Autumn 2020 sees the release of his third long player on Incienso, titled Every Mouth Teeth Missing, it is the encapsulation of three years recording work.
This all stands alongside Seaton’s revered work as a DJ.
His esteemed entry into the Fabric mix CD canon “brought to mind one of Salvador Dali’s famous clock faces—at almost every quarter-hour a tactile shift takes place, where sounds seem to melt away, revealing a strange new psychic space.” [Pitchfork].
This deft ability to craft sets known for their hypnotic intensity and musical breadth has brought him across the world and been showcased on BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix.
His versatility is seen in the range of his schedule, from headline slots at Sónar festival’s 25th anniversary in Barcelona, to the basement of his beloved friends Sameheads bar in Berlin.
He is a natural musical communicator pushing on in his own world, a personal world that has guided Call Super outwards and upwards.


Eris Drew is a DJ, producer and trans ecstatic from Chicago.
She runs the T4T LUV NRG recording label with her loving b2b partner Octo Octa from a log cabin in New Hampshire.
Eris is a recording artist for her own label, Interdimensional Transmissions (Detroit) and Naive Records (Lisbon).
She conducts the Psychedelic Rites of the Motherbeat with her friends at Pittsburgh’s Hot Mass and at Room 4 Resistance in Berlin.
Eris has been playing and programming keyboards since she was a child.
A long-time resident at Chicago’s Smart Bar and DJ for the Bunker NY, she started mixing records in 1994 at the age of 18.
Her experiences as a musician and dancer showed her that rave is a powerful apparatus which can be used to transform individual lives and communities.
In an effort to contextualize the rave experience, Eris gives talks around the world on the connections between dance music culture and other ecstatic traditions.
In addition, she is an advocate for trans/non-binary/queer people and mentors aspiring DJs and electronic musicians.
When Eris was 18 she had an intensely disruptive spiritual awakening. House music cracked her open and revealed a mystery contained within sound.
This “Motherbeat”—as she would call it—was first beheld by Eris following a rave in 1994 at
Chicago’s Oak Street Theater.
She has helped Eris to heal, create art and find her friends for over 23 years.
Motherbeat is a fundamental primordial pulsation; a whispering geometric wind with the power to heal; the archetype of a goddess ascending.
She is there to remind us that:
I. Ritual dance music has been here since the beginning, before historical time.
II. Each of us is made for better things than the cultural download we receive provides.
III. We can use music as a technology to unlock our bodies, dissolve boundaries and models, and find each other.


Combining all different genres which I like – such as (deep) house, techno, disco, dub (amongst others) – together, fusing it into one distinguishing mix in which I represent where I stand for, is what I strive for in music.
I entered my world of music through the clubbingscene at the age of 16. One year later I bought myself decks, which allowed me to do mix things my way. Originally mostly pounding, US based techno, but throughout the years my taste has emerged from techno into primarely deephouse coming from the windycity Chicago and motorcity Detroit. Currently further exploring the worlds of disco, afro- and brazilian beats, of which most is still a big, yet exciting, mystery.


A child of the Dutch underground, mad miran has been on an exceptional rise of late. Her mastery behind the decks shows as she smoothly moves between electro, bass music, IDM, dubstep, electronics and breakcore throughout her sets. An infectious energy behind the decks that truly manifests it on any dance floor she takes control over. Her infinite love for obscurities have left many prowling for tracks played, as her sets tend to be a adventure through leftfield novelties and obscurities deeply rooted in 90s rave.

Taking her experiences on the dance floors to the booth, she has graced the decks of institutions like Garage Noord, De School, Nitsa, Blitz as well as renowned festivals such as Dekmantel, Primavera, Solstice, Love International and more.

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