Three international ‘DJs’ to converge in Hanoi

Music lovers will have a chance to meet and interact with three experimental and electronic artists from Germany, Austria and Vietnam at the Goethe Institute in Hanoi on April 11.

Not only sharing thoughts and passions for the arts, DJs Slim V from Vietnam, Sven VT from Germany and Sweet Susie from Austria will also show some of their favorite gear and techniques, and bring audiences to experience a real unique DJ dance night.

Graduated from the Vietnam National Academy of Music in 1998, Slim V started his DJ career in 2006 at House & Hip-hop. In 2007, he won first place in the French-Vietnamese contest held by world famous composer Nguyen Thien Dao.

Sven VT, who shows himself as a passionate house and techno DJ along 15 years of his DJ career, has conquered the decks at every respected club in Berlin. Now, he is focused on writing new music, as well as playing his monthly residency at Watergate, one of the most well-known clubs in Berlin.

DJ, electronic composer and fine artist, Sweet Susie successfully reveals her ability to experiment in several artistic realms and mediums. With ease, she manages to adhere to her authentic sound and style while also exploring new options of innovation.

People taking part in the event will also have chance to win free tickets to Hanoi Sound Stuff DJ event on April 14 with artists from Germany, England, Austrian and Vietnam.

Hanoi Sound Stuff Festival was held in 2008 by electronic artist Tri Minh, making it the first experimental electronic music festival organised in Vietnam.

In 2009, 2010, and 2011 the Hanoi Sound Stuff Festival continued to push the boundaries for electronic and experimental musical performances in Vietnam, presented creative cross-border collaborations between international and Vietnamese musicians and added visual artists and installations to the mix.

This year’s festival is packed with an assorted mix of International and Vietnamese artists and new collaborations and activities with the aim to reach an even broader range of audiences.

Compiled by Kim Khanh

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