Feliciano AKA Arrow P
Prague, Czech Republic
Feliciano aka Arrow P started promoting open air parties with his girlfriend in southern Brazil in 2005.
By this time, they were chasing underground rave parties for more than 3 years, making good contacts in the brazilian techno scene. Tired of renting equipment, he acquired a second-hand DJM-600 mixer and a pair of Technics MKII. Playing those beauties seemed the next logical step; he bought a lot of acid techno and hard techno vinyls and started practicing alone.
Quite some time has passed and he shared the stage, making the warm-up or closing the night for many praised DJs, like: Tocadisco, Dnox, Gui Boratto, Christian Smith, Wehbba, Renato Cohen, Valentino Kanzyani, Satoshi Tomiie, Propulse, Lukas, TRB, Colette, Anna Miranda, Holgi Star, among others. He was a resident DJ in one of the most influential clubs in the Paraná State and played in festivals for thousands of people.
He soon became good friends with many of the DJs he played with and earned the respect of others for his aggressive, audacious mixes and his attitude of ‘modding’ music, either by joining 3 tracks at the same time or applying layers of effects. Techno is his life, non-stop mixing is his style… but
But then he discovered the amazing and dynamic world of house music. Another challenge for a guy that used to intervene anytime during a mixing. At first, he thought house music was interesting but quite limited. Not really. House music proved incredibly dynamic; he can start a very dirty, dark set and two hours later greet the sunrise with melodic tracks. It’s the perfect blend of underground electronic music and accessibility. Still, his mixings aren’t the usual classic house music mixing; it’s a blend of techno and house mixing, all his audacity is still there, trying to equalize stubborn synths that insists in breaking the mixing harmony or fighting a huge almost silent break that may kill the dance floor.
Feliciano aka Arrow P is brazilian and he’s currenly living in Prague, The Czech Republic. He’s available for booking in the whole Europe; Berlin, Dresden, Vienna and other cities nearby Prague are considered local booking and there’s no need for transport arrangement.
To book him send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with some basic information about your event.