From squire to knight in only two steps. It is used to be said that Pional is the essential squire for John Talabot’s crusade -how unfair-, yet Miguel Barros is much more than that. Pional’s sessions have been on the spotlight since its beginning,  its work is the most similar to an alchemy practiced on the turntables. A mix of genres that would not sound very ethical in other hands, but in theirs become the most harmonious and depurated sound ever.

Besides from its sessions, Pional has always been recognised for the raleases like his EP “Invisible/Amenaza” (Young Turks, 2013) or the hit “It’s All Over” (Hivern, 2014) that made us think his debut will rise unstoppably to the most classy house.


The Martinez Brothers b2b Seth Troxler


The Martinez Brothers, two young men from the Bronx, are emerging as leaders in the global house music scene. The guys have held a residency at DC-10 in Ibiza since 2011, and in 2014 their standing within the world of underground house and techno is solid and constantly rising – their DJ sets are full of energy, fuelled by the brothers’ in-depth knowledge and an innate ability to guide the crowd.

Their ubiquitously popular remix of Green Velvet’s “Bigger Than Prince” (Circus) was named the most-played dance track at ADE 2013, further showing their range as producers and delivering a dark, raw groove with cut-up vocal accents.  “At their best, their beats have a quizzical, psychedelic feel, stretching loops of Donna Summer and George Duke.” This year alone the guys have been all over Europe and the Americas, they’ve premiered in Australia, and have plans for a tour of Asia.

Seth Troxler is one of dance music’s most recognisable characters, the guy with the big hair and the even bigger personality who doesn’t take himself, or life, too seriously. These qualities, along with his passion and seemingly endless knowledge of house and techno, have established him as a figurehead for a new wave of underground electronic music.

Moving to Berlin was the making of Seth both as a DJ and producer, later on, he was booked by multiple prestigious international clubs. Meanwhile, in the studio he has collaborated with such dance luminaries as Matthew Dear, Art Department, in addition to groundbreaking remix work done as Visionquest, who have remixed tracks by Tracy Thorn and David Lynch (yes him). He also began a new project with The Martinez Brothers – Tuskegee – aimed at shining a light on Afro-Latino American dance culture


Edu Imbernon

Born in Valencia (Spain), this composer, producer, remixer, DJ, label-director and all-round artist has become a global star of electronic music. He’s name is Edu Imbernon.
Edu became widely famous when Beatport selected “El baile alemán” (featuring Coyu) as the best track of 2009.
He was only 19 and the doors to electronic music industry were opened for him. Imbernon is now one of the best ambassadors of Mediterranean sound, travelling between house and electronic, with sweet pop touches of indie. He remixed The XX, Maya Jane Coles, X-Press 2 or Metronomy along many others.
His tracks have been published at top-tier labels like Get Physical, Young Turks, Trapez, Great Stuff or Dynamic, and at Eklektisch, the label he runs. Tiga and Solomun gave their likes to Edu’s sessions. You’ll be dancing along to his warm nu-disco as soon as he starts mixing.


Addictive TV

Masters of audio/video remixing, Addictive TV is one of those unique projects at the electronic music scene that blends sound with video. Success is granted in their impressive shows with video mash-ups and audiovisual remixes: electronic beats fuse together with rhythmic images, creating a mind-blowing, totally different feeling. Would you expect that of a conventional concert? What you see is exactly what you hear.
Renowned by top artists such as Grandmaster Flash, Moby, or Karl Bartos (Kraftwerk), Addictive TV were selected twice as world best VJs band. They have toured worldwide: including Brazil, Mexico, USA, Russia, Japan or China, and all across Europe with special performances at places like IMAX Cinema in London or Glastonbury Festival.
Apart from official remixes for Iron Man, Slumdog Millonaire or Fast & Furious, Addictive TV remixed the Beijing Olympic Games live for the Austrian television. The band also remixed Blondie w/ The Doors for the Rapture Riders’ videoclip (EMI)



Crushing, working and getting forward as Gonçalo does, always pays off. The mind of this Portuguese living in Madrid can’t rest. He made the electronic scene of Seville bow down for him, as he gave the chance of enjoying the best electronic music artists for the first time at this city.
Now Madrid is enjoying his eclectic sessions and watching his career fly up internationally, with shows at such influential clubs as Weekend, Flex, Tresor, Café 1001 or Kadoc. He has been touring across Europe and USA, being part of events like Neopop, ADE or WCMiami.
You shouldn’t waste the chance to see this superior musician -he studied for years at a conservatory-, which skills has been printed in Alma Soul Music, and his records published at Stereo, Amoeba or Clarisse labels.




Considered as one of today’s most influential DJs, Switzerland born and Chile raised Luciano has always been at the forefront of the techno and house scene. From his appearance at Santiago’s Love Parade and his move back to Europe at 21 years old, this forward thinking innovator has brought his own eclectic and truly unique blend of Electronic Music and passionate Latin grooves to crowds all over the planet, taking the stage at all the most renowned clubs from Ibiza to Berlin, Peru to Tokyo, via London, Frankfurt, Sao Paulo and everywhere in between.


Besides releasing a string of outstanding EPs and special projects on acclaimed imprints such as Perlon, Peacefrog, Poker Flat, M_nus and Cocoon, Luciano founded Cadenza Records, a label that’s become synonym with pushing the boundaries of the Dance scene with its one of a kind style and iconic image, thanks to a widely recognized and devoted group of artists and producers following in the steps of their charismatic leader.


Vincent Valera

Vincent will be at SOS 4.8 showing us his electro-indie sessions, bringing along some house, techno, deep house and EDM, thus reaching a point where it’s hard to stand up and not dance. This sevillian -adopted murcian-, alternates residences in discos of Murcia and Alicante with shows in the most important festivals, sharing stage with 2manydjs, Miqui Puig, Adam Ficek (Babyshambles), Bilbadino, Amable…
He has also done some mashups with a truly good impact, as the one he did with Vetusta Morla vs. La Mala Rodríguez, or edits for IZAL and Niños Mutantes.



Lofelive is a musician in continuous evolution, innovative and holder of a natural and own sound space where you can be completely happy. That’s Paco Ganga: founding-member of the Murcian band The Leadings, producer, DJ, remixer, singer and, especially, soul of Lofelive, where he proves his love to club culture. Regular DJ in the best festivals and national clubs, he has also remixed bands like Monarchy, Delorentos or Two Door Cinema Club. His songs have been danced all over the globe and recently he has been nominated for the Vicious Awards 2015. He has just published his first album (Antiartic), getting great buzz.
Dance until we die.

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