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Copenhagen, Denmark




Friday 17th of May


23:59 to 08:00


150 DKK

Quake is a collective formed amongst frogs, tree roots and good friendship in the depths of Østre Anlæg in bunker no. 66, Copenhagen. Welcome to the second edition of our parties series, where we invite you to take part in the mixture.

This time, local hero HLLW will be guiding us into the night using his own selection of different hardware. HLLW is a norwegian producer based in Copenhagen who has been in the scene for more than a decade, releasing quality productions within a broad spectrum of styles. He is the co-founder of the newly established label Anatta Records, where trancy soundscapes occupy a focal center of attention. HLLW will be playing a 2-hour live set in the beginning of the night. Don’t miss.

Next up we have mögela from across the bridge in Malmø. For us in Quake, Malmö has been a huge inspiration on a musical as well as personal level and mögela is no exception. Expect a musical repetoire spanning the left field of the progressive spectrum. Sounds usually found in psy, techno, and forest are challenged in non-clearcut ways, and it is safe to say that mögela’s sonic playground is behind the booth.

Quakers Signe Alarcón and FILTH.y will be playing their first b2b since outdoor parties held last summer. Their common ground is to be found in a mixture of oldschool prog/psy meets hardtrance. Bunker rumors says it that this is going to be high energy.

Lastly, we present Quakers own creature. By crossing breeds between a view and a four legged mammal, Dj sea view and Wendy have developed a musical companionship: seahorse. In the early morning hours this peculiar creature will scubadive you through deep, driving, and minimalist waters.

Artwork by Sofie Leth


HLLW (live)


seahorse (Dj sea view b2b Wendy)

Signe Alarcón b2b FILTH.y


150 DKK
2 for 1 before 00:30
80 DKK after 06:00

Age: 20+

Wardrobe: Lockers are free to use with a lock. Bring your own or purchase one for 35 DKK at the entrance.
Come early, stay late!

Find our full policy at www.denandenside.com/club-policy

We expect everyone who enters Den Anden Side to be familiar with the night event and our policy. We reserve the right to deny anyone entrance without explanation, and we prioritise queers and other minorised people. When we are close to full capacity, we always prioritise our regulars.

We acknowledge that for some, the selection in the door can be stressful, and for some the entrance price can be a big expense. It is always possible to reach out to us at guestlist@denandenside.com in advance of an event if the door or entrance situation is in any way an issue for you. Please include your name(s) and a few words about your situation, and we will try to accommodate your needs in the best way possible.

- Feel the room and consider how you influence it.
- Don't assume gender or pronouns.
- No discriminatory language or actions of any kind.
-‍ Take the time to listen and learn and be aware of your privileges
- No pictures or videos of any kind inside the club.‍
- Dancefloor is for dancing; Don’t have loud conversations or use your phones.
- Ask for consent and respect each other’s boundaries.
- Don’t stare at or approach other guests non-consensually.
- Take care of yourself and each other, and consume responsibly.
- The darkroom is for intimate and consensual play only.

We care about our guests' safety and their ability to express themselves free from judgment or unwanted attention. Please be aware of the space and event you are entering, the space you are taking up, and how your presence will influence the vibe and the other guests. All we ask is that you respect your fellow dancer and contribute to the party!

Our awareness team is present at the club every weekend. You can recognise them by their bright green shirts that say “AWARENESS”. Please do not hesitate to contact them if you feel uncomfortable for any reason. If you are unable to locate the awareness team, the other staff can call them for you.

Protect your ears. Earplugs can be bought in the bar.
First aid supplies can be found in the bar or by contacting our awareness team.
Be aware that we use flashing lights and loud sound, and that it can get hot and crowded inside the club. Unfortunately, the space is not accessible with a wheelchair. If you have any concerns or questions about the venue, the facilities or have a special need that you would like to discuss with us. Please reach out before an event at awareness@denandenside.com to get in contact with our management.

For general feedback about the club, you can reach us at contact@denandenside.com. If you are in touch about an awareness incident, please contact the management at awareness@denandenside.com
We strive to always get back to you within 14 days, and if needed, go then go into further dialogue with the involved parties about how we can solve the issue or contribute with help or actions in other ways.

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