Three mixes to present Niveau Zero's return to Switzerland
Tuesday, 15 January 2013 13:05

Three mixes to present Niveau Zero's return to Switzerland

Niveau Zero played his first concert in Switzerland in Fribourg only a few weeks ago, but this experience was a great one, and he's bringing back his heavy bass and infectious breaks to the Alps with a show for the good people of Korsett in Luzern on January 26th.

 In order to present and promote this stylistically very wide party to their audience (or to us all), the Korsett team has prepared no less than three mixes which we can all listen to: a dubstep / crossbreed one (quite heavy on Ad Noiseam tracks, which is a sign of good taste), a trap / footwork one, and a more glitch one. You can stream and enjoy them all right below.

More information about this party can be found here and there. We strongly recommend everybody in the area to attend this event and support this party series.

Tracklisting for this "Dubstep / Crossbreed" mix:
01 Frank Riggio - Venusian Philosopher (Future Vision I)
02 Somtek - Intro
03 King Cannibal feat. Daddy Freddy - Dirt (Machine Code rmx)
04 Hecq - Baalbek
05 Niveau Zero - Distorted Rules
06 Loop Stepwalker - Immortal Feelings
07 The Outside Agency - Godspeed
08 Amon Tobin - Sunhammer VIP
09 Sinister Souls - Perfect Organism (feat. Outside Agency)
10 Current Value - Mothman
11 Dj Hidden - Scintillate
12 Counterstrike - Black Magic

Niveau Zero live in Luzern, CH - January 26th, 2013

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