Torino balla l’elettronica
Il 30 giugno e il 1° luglio, Torino ha ospitato il Kappa FuturFestival, l’evento rigorosamente estivo, assolutamente cool e totalmente elettro che ha fatto ballare la città – oltre 18.000 persone – negli avveniristici spazi del Parco Dora, gli stessi in cui un tempo sorgevano le Ferriere Fiat e che oggi offrono 450 mila mq di verde destinati al relax, allo sport e al divertimento.
Turin dances electro-music
On June 30 and July 1st, Turin hosted Kappa FuturFestival, a summer event absolutely cool and totally electro-addicting. More than 18.000 people have danced in the futuristic Parco Dora, occupied one time by the Fiat railway; a space that today offers 450.000 sq of green dedicated to relax, sport and entertainment.
Every day, from noon to midnight, the stage hosted the biggest national and international names of electro-music: from Carl Cox to Fatboy Slim to Canadian Deadmau5 (alias Joel Thomas Zimmerman), who delighted and surprised the Futur public (disappointed by italian football final match) with an extraordinary masked final show.
The big international names have been put side by side with the best of the new italian electro sound, with a special attention to local ones, among which Old and Young, Marcelo Tag, Gandalf, Original Fakes, Rudemates.
Here you will find the interview with Dyed Soundorom, one of the most popular artists of the magic island. Enjoy!
And if you’ve miss it, check our photogallery of the Festival on Facebook.