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Hypnotic techno from Beste Hira at MOMO 23

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Let Beste Hira introduce you to the hypnotic, fast-paced, and dark side of techno that drags you into the night. The DJ and producer lives in Amsterdam right now but originated from Istanbul. Music and creating music have always been a huge priority during her whole life. Hira focused her entire high school and university career on music with the cello and piano as her main instruments. She graduated from Ondokuz Mayıs University with a degree in Music Education / Conservatory. Right now she uses her classical skills and background to create a uniquely hypnotic sound in techno music.

Beste Hira will be performing at festival Motel Mozaïque this April in The Netherlands.

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