The Electronic Resistance projects launches on Friday, March 2, in Quantic Club. The project shows the energy of people who are passionate about independent electronic music in Romania, a music genre that has a very special place in the national musical industry. At the same time, the project highlights the fact that several entities with similar values can co-work for a common purpose. In the first edition, you can see the bands Crowd Control, Tourette Roulette and Karpov Not Kasparov, as well as other special guests.

Tickets can be found here.

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