Nitsa and AsTiN name the prestigious Apolo venue for the electronic music on weekends. If one is a referent in the European Club circuit, the anagram suggests the quality of transfer for the other. When you are in, you are part of both, in artistically complementary. On Saturday, November 25, Nitsa Club will welcome Bicep audience. Simultaneously, AsTiN, the newly remodeled La  Apolo room, will have dutch duo Weval, Canadian Jessy Lanza and Catalan JMII. Doors will open at thirty minutes past midnight.
2017 is the year of the rise for Bicep (Andy Ferguson and Matt McBriar). The two former schoolmates from Belfast, North Ireland, have now a career of almost a decade. Along it comes a remarkable string of jacking powered house 12-inch and EPs with ‘Visions Of Love” as their starting point in 2012; remixes from Carl Craig to John Talabot, and finally, a self-titled debut full-length album, released the first of September through Ninja Tune. It is the compendium of their musical qualities, belonging to their virtues and attitudes in twelve tracks.
Whereas the three armed-wheel logos stamped now in stardom, what identifies Bicep distinctively is their background of being bloggers first (“Feel my Bicep,” now the name of their imprint). The experience of lacking in resources and digging where nobody cares contributed their ability to put in muscle what it is out of fit or even out of time, considered aside, out of trend, and get the weird thing for good, the rare stuff on the wings of the unexpected. They cued the unappreciated excellence of leftfield disco, searched for electronics oddities and appreciated the rave oldies’ emotive glow. They got the talent to introduce those inputs in their productions, moving people smash after smash. Now we got Bicep’s new dimension, with a myriad of recognizable references that can be 4/4 dancefloor stuff as well as a full ride from impeccable tasters wherever you go out of the club. Expect the forgotten for the better.