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Ivan Dorn @Festsaal Kreuzberg, 18.04.18

March 9, 2018

Ivan Dorn is a singer, DJ and producer with an overabundance of quirky uniqueness. His boundary pushing fashion style, fancy footwork and outgoing contagious personality has lit the European music industry like a wildfire. Ivan Dorn practically became an overnight sensation in 2011 with a string of surprisingly fresh and catchy pop hits from his debut album “Co’n’dorn”.

His music made its way to the center of the fanciest parties and to the hearts of Eastern European hipsters. They finally got a local pop star who was cool enough to worship, who sang in Russian, and who seemed like a perfect ring leader for the much-needed new formation of pop musicians.

As a surprise, instead of following his debut album with yet another collection of radio-friendly hits, Ivan came up with the “Randorn LP” in 2014, which featured a rather random yet smooth and inspired mix of genres (disco, funk, house, synth pop, etc) and influences (Dorn dressed up as Jamiroquai, Freddie Mercury, and Pharrell Williams), proving that there’s as much geek in him as there is chic.

After conquering the Eastern European market, Ivan Dorn’s international debut starts with “Collaba”, a provocative Lo-fi hip-hop single infused with elements of jazz, pop and funk sprinkled with a touch of IDM.

In 2016 Ivan Dorn moved to Los Angeles and started working on his first album in English. After finishing it, he presented it to CIS countries, starting from Lastochka Festival in Moscow and bringing it around biggest cities in Russia and Belarus. His European tour is planned for this April and he will be finally performing in Berlin on April, 18th at Festsaal Kreuzberg.

More Zvukov Agency and WDR COSMO present:
Ivan Dorn (UA) @Festsaal Kreuzberg

Festsaal Kreuzberg, Am Flutgraben 2, 12435 Berlin
18. April 2018
Doors: 19:00 Uhr, Show: 20:00 Uhr
For more info about the show join the Ivan Dorn event on Facebook and/or visit the website of More Zvukov Agency!

 

*Text by More Zvukov Agency
**Photo by Jurij Treskow

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