Aleksi Perälä arrives in Belgrade for No Sleep Festival


One of the most magnificent electronic artists of today Aleksi Perälä will perform live at No Sleep Festival, which will be held this year in Belgrade from November 16th to 18th!

The Finnish composer with probably the greatest opus in electronic music in March this year also released his new 35th album, which brings as many as 54 new tracks! Perälä entered the scene two decades ago under the names of Ovucca and Astrobotnia, publishing music for Aphex Twina and his famous Rephlex publishing house, and many at the time speculated that behind these Peralyn pseudons hiding himself personally, Richard D. James. Although the real author is still far from the light of social networks and classical media, over time this tireless Finnish artist who lives and creates in the English interior, has come to the public as one of the most prominent composers of today.

In addition to the compilations for the Rotterdam Clone Basement Series, which tried to summarize a part of this unusually rich catalog, Perälä also released the album “Paradox” for the late 1990s, now the cult publishing house Nina Kraviz – trip. His visionary music can now be heard more often in sets of performers such as Helena Hauff, Ben UFO, Constantine, and techno bengers like Slam or Lena Fakija. That’s why, more recently, when his catalog is experiencing a creative peak, Aleksi Perälä becomes unavoidable at extremely carefully programmed festivals such as Dekmantel, Flow, Primavera Sound, Neopop, Waking Life or MUTEK, and from this year his performance will be marked by No Sleep Festival .

Thanks to the No Sleep Novi Sad stage, with which the entire music platform is launched, every year at Exit are gathering some of the most famous world clubs such as Fabric, Tresor, Sub Club, Concrete, Fuse, Arma17, Nitsa, Goa, The Bunker NY and others. Over the past three years, EXIT has visited New York, London, Vienna, Barcelona and Rome, and this fall returns to Belgrade in the new festival format.

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