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EXIT’s monumental No Sleep bash scheduled for November 11 at the Port of Belgrade just got cranked up a notch! Electronic music enthusiasts from across the region will gather to groove to the beats of leading global DJ duo ARTBAT, with the renowned Adana Twins taking over the decks for a climactic finale. This German pair is still talked about for their unforgettable morning set at EXIT, where they had a jam-packed No Sleep Stage on their feet until the very end.

And that’s precisely what No Sleep fans expect again this year. They’ll be converging for one night at one prime location. Tickets are flying off the shelves at a rate that has already surpassed half the maximum capacity of the largest Hangar of the Port of Belgrade. Regular tickets are priced at 1,790 dinars, while VIP tickets go for 2,990 dinars, and they can be snapped up here. These prices will change on October 20 at the latest – but probably sooner, given their swift sale pace.

Delivering a sound that’s deep, dark, and emotionally charged to No Sleep party is Adana Twins. Since their massive breakout on the global electronic scene over a decade ago, they’ve been refining their craft and pushing their musical boundaries. In collaboration with the iconic Berlin-based Watergate label, they’ve released a slew of hits, from the single Etah through EPs like Flower Of Caneand Jupiterto the powerful remix of Roar. Last year, they graced EXIT festival, representing this label on NSNS stage. Their set for the renowned Watergate series is a must-listen, perfect for getting in the mood for No Sleep night in Belgrade!

Furthermore, this Hamburg duo has tracks signed by none other than Solomun on his legendary label Diynamic – the track Uncompromising rocked clubs and festivals around the world, followed by their album Picture: Adana Twins. The album’s lead single, My Computer,“ made such waves that DJs ripped it from YouTube just to include it in their sets! They’ve also delivered a mesmerizing Cercle set at the stunning Longchamp Palace in Marseille, belong to an elite group that’s had the honor of crafting a BBC1 Essential Mix and have received nods from electronic giants like Pete Tong, Tale Of Us, and many others.

From the house sound that catapulted them into the global spotlight to a more intricate, diverse expression rooted in retro-futurism, Adana Twins have been featured on line-ups worldwide and have conquered dance floors across all continents. Their TAU platform is a home to some of their most notable tracks, like the EP Subway Yard and their rendition of Werkzeuge Eines Fernen Willens, each showcasing their versatility and knack for traversing various styles while maintaining their core sound.