23:00 – CLOSE
Shelter presents: Tamango Records
Alex Dam & Zambiancki
About the artists
Rendher developed a passion for music at a young age and has been honing his craft ever since. At the tender age of 14, Rendher began producing music, experimenting with different sounds and styles. It wasn’t long before he realised his true calling and took up deejaying at the age of 17. Rendher’s music is heavily influenced by hip hop and latin rhythms, a reflection of his Spanish roots and the vibrant culture of his hometown. He combines these elements to create a unique sound that sets him apart from his peers in the industry. Over the years, Rendher has earned a reputation as one of the most sought-after DJs in the world, having played in some of the most iconic clubs across the globe. His sets are known for their infectious energy and pulsating beats that get crowds moving and grooving all night long. Rendher’s success in the industry is a testament to his hard work, talent, and unwavering dedication to his craft. He continues to push boundaries and explore new sounds, always striving to evolve and improve as an artist.
Bringing his African ethnic roots together with his good Italian taste, Tamango Records boss Yaya is one of the hottest names in the electronic music scene. Yaya grew up in Turin, where the tunes of his father – percussionist and leading voice of the “M’bamina” ensemble – helped him to discover his inner sense of rhythm, thus starting his relationship with music at an early age and performing as a drummer around the city. Since joining the mighty Desolat family back in 2009, he never stopped moving between the biggest meccas of European electronic music, playing at the best clubs and festivals from all over the world. Besides his unique DJ sets, Yaya is also a prolific producer: after releasing on some of the most respected underground labels, he went on and in 2016 founded his own imprint Tamango Records which has seen names from the likes of Loco Dice, Enzo Siragusa, Cuartero, Rich NxT, Cassy, Toman, and S.A.M. to name a few.