"The hellfire queen of gutter techno", "Music for darkside degenerates." - Joe Giuliano, Buzzbands LA
The name “Crescendoll” means more than what it seems on the surface - it describes a charming music maker, a musical conduit comprehensively educated in music and technical production, and stylistically influenced by a wide array of dark and melodic electronic sounds. Crescendoll has been a lifelong music enthusiast and an artist and producer of electronic music since 2010, delivering her music all across not only the California west-coast, but to Miami and beyond. Crescendoll is a lead and producer with local LA music label Wulfpack, among whom her talents and efforts shine the brightest. After a defining EP release on Archon Records in 2019 and memorable performances in select legendary underground desert gatherings, Crescendoll gained well-earned momentum. 2020 will deliver her to Germany and France for the fascinating and unique experience at Chateau Perche Festival. No matter the destination, she brings her unique blend of techno to the table with her signature grimey darkness, deep desert minimal, growling gutter grooves, and psychedelic progressions. These elements make up that special Crescendoll sound that immerses you completely in spellbinding eerie melodies and charging rhythms - a unique blend of sonic voodoo that will undoubtedly take you on a resonant musical journey like no other.
One of Melbourne’s most tasteful deejays in selecting and stringing a set of oft-forgotten odd cuts and obscure electronic groove. Toni occupies her own space in sounding and holding down a floor through her uniquely jacking selection. Toni Yotzi has played a crucial role in developing Perth into a thriving club metropolis, programming Deep Doogs’ sunrise rave, co-hosting Full Frequency on RTR FM and presenting parties for Kenji Takimi, Bell Towers and DJ Nozaki. Now based in Melbourne, she’s established herself as one of the most open minded DJs on the local circuit, immortalised by a legendary Inner Varnika and Golden Plains set's that saw her fearlessly transition from Jon Hassell to italo disco, memphis rap and Bristol bass and UK techno.