22 November

Divide with Cristi Cons

After the success of our summer party with Undersound in Manchester earlier in the year we couldn’t wait to follow it up with our second Manchester party, it feels a long time coming but here we are, Divide with Cristi Cons. He has been on our radar for a long time, initially for his productions either on his own or under his SIT moniker with his life long friend Vlad Caia. This summer among many other fantastic DJ’s Cristi managed to stand out above the rest to us to give a stand out performance at Sunwaves leading to Divide coming together to hand pick him for our next event. We have also got Dirty Analogue playing in the second room, These guys are very good DJ’s and one of the most respected and long standing events in Manchester having previous guests such as Praslea and Ion Ludwig. This instalment will be held at 2022nq, a fantastic little space in the heart of Northern Quarter in Manchester.

Cristi Cons (a:rpia:r, Amphia)

Cristi Cons’s affair with music began in his childhood, when he started playing the cello. He did it for more than 18 years, graduating the National Music Academy in Bucharest last year. He started djing about 6 years ago and since he has developed a very special and unique sound. His mixing skills and talent pushed him in the booth of the best clubs in Europe and along today’s top dj’s. Electronic music production has been his number one interest in the last years whether he was doing it alone or with Vlad Caia under the SIT (Sideways Invisibility Theory) monicker, a project born in 2009. Together with Vlad Caia he is running the AMPHIA label, unique in all its forms, composition, artwork and quality. As a cello player he is also involved in Petre Inspirescu’s π Ensemble project. At the moment he’s preparing the 5th release on AMPHIA which will bring together Cristi Cons, Vlad Caia and Raresh into a unique musical story.

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