feat Mirella Kroes

Saturday 25th August

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  • Doors 8pm |
  • ¬£12 adv |
  • Standing |
  • Over 18s

Please note: ticket prices may be subject to booking fee. Ticket prices shown reflect the lowest price tickets available.

Audiolife host their annual party at the Ironworks Inverness Saturday August 25th

Promoting electronic music, arts and culture in Inverness with the latest technologies in lighting and sound.

Explore the trippier, mental side of electronic music in our unique 300 capacity set up, spread across 3 rooms, with a exhibition room hosted by Headon Art set in a unique surrounding.

In the main hall the focus is all on the music with audiolife resident DJs and special guest DJ Mirella Kroes

Mirella Kroes is a strong mind with a love for nature, both spiritual and down to earth. This duality is reflected in her dj-sets. She favours the contemporary, deeper side of techno that is in equal parts enticing to the brain and captivating the soul.

Mirella tends to explore the trippier, mental side of electronic music in her sets that echo a longing for the mysterious. Space is key in her meticulously crafted organic builds that allow for time to appreciate the space between sounds and the crispy little details that keep it fresh. If you want to experience her musical vision take a plunge and submerge yourself in warm space and deep sounds at Motiv, the clubnight she runs in Amsterdam.

Hailing from the north of Holland, Mirella started buying records with her older brother who taught her how to mix at the age of 19. Tough loop oriented techno was the soundtrack to the local rave scene at the turn of centuries that fostered her career. Nowadays she prefers a combination of hypnotic and transcendental music with the occasional old school dance floor driver in between. She has over ten years experience and is a regular in Dutch and European clubs. Over the years she played in Doornroosje, Trouw, Studio 80, and at festivals such as Awakenings. She held a residency in the now closed Cruquiusgilde, a former warehouse in Amsterdam known for its raw and intimate setting.