'Romania meets Switzerland; Perfection meets class.': Club Midi Manifest at Supermarket
- Published on Tuesday, 07 August 2018 14:08
This September (1st & 2nd) something extremely special will be taking place in Zurich. A collaboration of forces. Supermarket, a club known for its high quality line-ups, supplying electronic music to the largest city in Switzerland, invite Club Midi for a rare extended session taking place over 35 hours. The occasion is called, Club Midi Manifest, a fitting title, as the only artists featured on this marathon will be experienced Club Midi and Midi Records musicians. All taking place in an intimate setting on a complete KV2 Audio fully analogue sound system, a warm and pure sound.
The underground Romanian scene has been no secret for many years, but for one of the clubs to broaden their horizons and bring their whole concept to another country marks a unique experience. It is an opportunity for all artists to display their sound, and showcase the natural talent they all have. Starting early afternoon on the Saturday will be Midi Club resident RQZ, and Paul K, both playing lengthy sets taking you through to the night time stint. Midi chief and most familiar face with the brand, Mihigh will be setting the mood alongside Arapu, and Priku until Sunday morning. Through till the end will be a masterclass of talent, G76, Lizz, Sepp, Charlie and of course Midi mainstay K.D. Chriss.
“installing just enough equipment to deliver an adequate sound would not enable us to deliver uncompromising quality, and that goes against the philosophy of the Supermarket club” Sandro Bohnenblust (Supermarket’s Proprietor)
The choice of club for this exclusive party was not taken lightly. Running for 20 years this year Supermarket has formed in to a home away from home for international artists, to come and display their interpretations of sound. Accounting highly for its soul focus on quality and ability to listen to music as attentively as you would in your living room but in a club experience. The list of artists to perform here within the last two decades is never ending, and the success of Supermarket has driven a surge in demand for special performance spaces.
Romania meets Switzerland. Perfection meets class.
Words by Zac Bidwell