The global ambassador of techno Marco Carola will perform on EXIT Dance Arena on the final festival night, Sunday 10th July!
Carola is coming back to the Petrovaradin Fortress five years after his last, already legendary set that left the audience breathless with the first morning light on the Arena. Known for his impressive three-deck style of mixing, Marco has remained one of the most in demand DJs on the planet throughout the last two decades. The same night, Carola will be joined at Exit with the “Techno Baron” Dave Clarke, one of the greatest innovators and mix masters, and among the world leaders in electronic music. The English virtuoso conquered the Arena almost ten years ago, and many still remember his morning set, and the “Star Wars” theme mixed into some furious techno!
Marco Carola led the labels Design Music, Zenit, Question, One Thousands and Do.Mi.No, at the same time releasing music with some of the world’s best record companies – Minus, Plus 8, 2M and Primate. After five albums that were met with amazing reactions from critics, and fans alike, including his last “Play it Loud”, Marco was also responsible for a number of momentous compilations, as was his mix for the London club Fabric. Founded as a requirement allowing Carola to expand his musical world, and create a home for upcoming, talented and inspired artists, the record company “Music On” is recognized today as one of the most visited night club spectacles on Ibiza.
Dave Clarke is a DJ with an anarchist streak a mile wide and punk in his soul. Now based in Amsterdam, influential techno and electro icon Clarke has been synonymous with an abrasive, full throttle brand of electronic music that he has showcased across hundreds of EPs, compilations and albums since the early nineties. Also a celebrated radio pioneer who helms his own long running White Noise show Clarke also relentlessly performs across the planet.
As well as Djing Clarke has released nine mix albums, among which are releases for Fabric, Fuse, and I Love Techno, Clarke was the number one remix choice for numerous performers like Depeche Mode, Leftfield, Chicks On Speed, The Chemical Brothers and Placebo. A selection of these remixes have been put together under the title ‘Charcoal Eyes’ and will be released via News Records in April 2016.
Officially the Best European Festival for 2016, Exit Festival, will be held this year from 7 to 10 July at the Petrovaradin Fortress, after which Exit Adventure moves to the Adriatic Sea for the third annual Sea Dance Festival, held from 14 to 16 July. Confirmed acts for Exit Adventure now include Ellie Goulding,Wiz Khalifa, Hurts, Bastille, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Stormzy, Lost Frequencies, Solomun, Robin Schulz, Nicky Romero, Cock Sparrer, Anti-Flag, Dub Pistols, DJ Hype, Andy C, Tommy Four Seven and many others.
More information on the festival here.