On Monday, April 22, French techno legend and Diversions Music label boss OXIA will become the latest electronic artist to join the Cercle music family, as he prepares to play a very special sunset performance at the stunning Peles Castle, Romania, in partnership with Untold Festival.

Following an initiative by the Romanian Cultural Institute based in Paris, this landmark event will take place at 19h00 local time (EEST) and aims to promote the 2019 France-Romania Season, as one of France’s most established artists performs at one of Romania’s most breathtaking locations.

On this occasion, French artist OXIA will be the guest of honour in this nineteenth-century Royal castle, which was built between 1873 and 1883, following the instruction of King Carol I.

Peles Castle’s very distinctive style comes from Germany, where King Carol I was born in 1839. It belongs to the Neo Renaissance genre, and includes numerous towers, sculpted wooden facades and delicate frescoes.

OXIA will be filmed from all angles by several cameras during the show and the program will be broadcast live on Cercle’s Facebook page. The live performance will be followed by an interview with OXIA, during which the connected followers will be able to send their questions online.

Hailing from France, OXIA is one of the most respected DJs and producers on the international circuit, with a career spanning over twenty years, countless releases and multiple world tours. On top of an impressive list of remixes and releases on respected imprints such as 8bit, Hot Creations, Saved, Knee Deep in Sound to name just a few, he also fronts his own label, Diversions Music, and has collaborated with several famous artists including Agoria and Miss Kittin.

In 2017, to celebrate the ten-year anniversary of his classic worldwide techno hit “Domino”, he released an extra special remix EP, made up of versions crafted by three renowned artists. Most recently, March 1 saw OXIA release his critically acclaimed ‘Second Mood’ EP on his label Diversions Music imprint, with heavy support from DJs and media across the electronic music industry.

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