Royal Surfclub, founded in 2019, is a one-of-a-kind electronic music organization that pushes the boundaries of traditional clubbing experiences. Known for their unique and immersive events in Rotterdam, The Hague, and now 3 countries, Royal Surfclub creates unforgettable experiences by transforming spaces, from a cargo boat into a floating dance floor, to a winter beach party in a basement of an art gallery with 6 tons of sand, leaving a lasting impression on attendees. With a focus on promoting undiscovered and upcoming talent, as well as providing a stage for people of all colors and genders, Royal Surfclub's events are known for their diverse lineups and electric atmosphere that leaves audiences spellbound and wanting more.
Fer likes to combine heavy techno beats and noisy harsh synths with a touch of acid bass. He thinks that giving headroom for intuitive live improvisations in his live sets create an opportunity to reach his distinctive sound.
‘ZOBAYDA’ is an Egyptian interdisciplinary artist and DJ based in Rotterdam. Combining the sounds of the SWANA region and playing an eclectic collection of middle eastern techno, electro, afrotech, techno, house, acid, trance, and more.
Rotterdam based DJ Shahmaran is a DJ as well as resident and programmer for KLAUW collective, a queer POC club night and community platform. Focusing on energy rather than genre, DJ Shahmaran takes inspiration from genres like rave, jungle, juke, electro, and anything and everything carried through breakbeat rhythms.
Luas’ music can be describe as groovy music with uptempo beats, blended with old school rave elements. He is one of the founders of FOMO, which is a very active concepts of Rotterdam, which organised many events in most known venues of the city.
Loma Doom is the moniker of Amsterdam based Femke Dekker. Best known for her longstanding show Tuesday Night Prayer Meeting on Red Light Radio, she is a beacon of the mesmerisable and a true radio-veteran.Loma Doom is a masterful selector, weaving together dark world music rhythms, moody psychedelia, light-headed folk and slick electronica. Whether you experience her musical activities or those relating to her contemporary arts practice, curiosity is a key aspect gracing Femke Dekker (real name).
In her longstanding Tuesday Night Prayer Meeting on Red Light Radio you are invited to a gifted mind seeking the outliers, one that avoids linearity, towards a space where intuition and understanding meet. As Loma Doom, her signature style revolves around electronic experimentalism, both for mind and movement, while actively incorporating styles predating the computer era, sourcing from her fondness for freak folk, psychedelic and hardcore punk. This openness veered Femke into a category of respected deejays in the leftfield underground, having played influential spots such as Salon Des Amateurs, Meakusma and Dekmantel, amongst others. Parallel to spending her time behind decks and in recordstores, Femke has a multi-faceted practice as contemporary arts curator, moderator and educator.
Pavliuk who is an Estonian regular, but a newcomer in the Hague with a trained ear and passion for digging out obscure records. From well forgotten vintage techno to new and undiscovered club music — anything goes as long as it keeps things moving.