Get Ready to Rave in Amsterdam: Intercell’s Epic Techno Nights
Numéro NL x Intercell: the perfect match for a legendary night of dancing.
Filling February with fire
The latest edition of Intercell proved to be the largest indoor event yet, held on February 24th and 25th in Amsterdam. The lineup featured an impressive array of talented artists, including Brutalismus 3000, debuting their performance in the Netherlands, and many other renowned artist like French DJs Cassie Raptor and CLTX. Intercell, the event organizer, collaborated with several (inter)national hosting parties, such as Unreal (DE), BCCO (DE), The Third Room (DE) & Antidote (NL), with the Third Room curating a B2B-only stage. Following the two-day event, attendees were invited to join an afterparty at a new venue, Levenslang (Bijlmerbajes), where they enjoyed an exclusive b2b2b set by MRD, Julian Muller, and Narciss across three different rooms. The party was truly epic, held in a spacious venue and drawing in attendees from all over. Numéro Netherlands was fortunate enough to be a part of this unforgettable experience.
KI/KI’s ‘5HRS OF ACID’: A high energy event marking the new age of acid
Reflecting on her legendary and memorable acid set from 2020, KI/KI has exciting news to share: she will be hosting her very own event called “5HRS OF ACID”. Taking place on March 31st and April 1st, this five-hour acid adventure promises to showcase the cutting edge of acid music and will introduce a new acid age. Held at the renowned Elementenstraat venue, the event will feature a hybrid performance by KI/KI, accompanied by stunning visuals from Lumus Instruments. In addition to the main performance, there will be a two-hour support act to kick off the evening. The event is powered by Intercell and is sure to be an outstanding concert experience.
Friday March 31th | 23:00 – 01:00 Naone I 01:00 – 06:00 KI/KI
Saturday April 1st | 23:00 – 01:00 Sarkawt Hamad | 01:00 – 06:00 KI/KI
Intercell originated in 2015 as a result of illegal raves organized by the founders, Bas van Wersch and Denzel Zurburg, in Amsterdam. At that time, hard techno music was gaining popularity in the Netherlands. Driven by their love for music and their curiosity about new sounds, Intercell opened its doors to international techno artists and became known for introducing many of them to the Dutch scene for the first time, pushing the boundaries of the local techno culture.
Today, Intercell continues to promote transcendent, techno-focused electronic music events that maintain the intimate atmosphere of the original illegal raves, and anyone who wants to join is welcome. While visitors are familiar with the established artists and their music, they are also presented with upcoming talents, underground DJs, and big-name headliners to keep them challenged and engaged.
For more information about their events, visit www.intercell.events or @intercell_events.
Words by MARIE-PAULINE CESARI @itsjustmp
Photographer MIYANNE MAASSEN VAN DEN BRINK @sirmiyanne