Clubbing scene in Belgrade is very colorful, everyone and everything has it’s own consumers.
Electronic music attacks Belgrade from house over techno and all the way to trance.
So, Music reactions responded to these attacks and brought us something new and something borrowed. This September they are bringing us Kalden Bess! He’s the man who will play REACT 2 Promo party at club KPTM promoting main event which will happen in October. At the main event, in club Drugstore Belgrade, we will have the pleasure of hearing I hate Models for the first time in Serbia. He will be sharing decks with young and talented Clara Cuve, eminent american DJ/producer Ambivalent, and their host RAR.
About Kalden Bess, whose real name is actualy Khaled Bessioud born in Canada, Montreal.
At this time he’s resident of Paris. Kalden is the founder and owner of Ground Factory Records label on which he published his tracks along side names as: Pig&Dan, Samuel L Session, D.Diggler and others. Kalden has published his tracks on many established labels in the past 18 years.
His career started in 2008 when he began making music in his basement in Montreal. Few months later his first release hit the shelves and went on TOP 10 on the first week. Recognition came fast for the young producer who then got the chance to play alongside the likes of Richie Hawtin, Sasha, Gary Beck, Dustin Zahn, Keith Carnal and many more techno titans.
At the start of 2009, Kalden launched the Ground Factory label to promote his music. By doing so, he quickly made a name for himself with his quality brand of techno.
His quality work and special touch he calls ‘dirty sexy’ techno gave him the chance to work with many established producers like: Gary Beck, Sasha Carassi, Markantonio, Rino Ceronne, Tom Hades, Pig&Dan, Jerome Sydenham, Pfirter; and labels: Secret Cinema, Audio Injection, Drumcell…
He’s currently working on his debut album and is ready to set his new touch of techno around the globe.
Last, but not least important thing about Kalden is his other half – Jessica Abruzzese. They’re making music together, living on different sides of the planet. Their music is all they can be, and the name of their project is Underher. If big room techno is your thing, you are unlikely to find tracks as inescapably groovy and arresting as these anywhere else. Kalden describes their sound like: “Sensual, dark and raw, it’s an honest expression of who we are”.