Rebel Up SebCat & Memo Pimiento will be in Barcelona the weekend of 16-18 May to perform at the 4th Que No Cumbia El Panico festival. Great lineup during 3 days with live artists, deejays, workshops, afro latino record fair and much more! Join us 🙂
On friday 17 May we will play in the Casal de Joves del Clot on the Gran Via.
Let’s shake our bellies on wild arabic & middle-eastern grooves, from traditional reggada and psychedelic bellydance to electro-chaabi, dabke and arab bass!
A massive team of DJ’s is just waiting to take control of your feet: DJ Plead (AU), GAN GAH (MA/BE), Drache Musicale,Rebel Up LeBlanc, Le Grand Méchant Loop and the Tropical DJipsies. And our video mapping penguin Maria Ilia is ready to confuse your eyes 🤩 Nice food cooked with love will be available to give you all energy you’ll need through the night, as well as a shisha corner for a relaxing break 🙂
with special guest: DJ Plead (AU/LB) Melbourne/Naarm based producer who makes unique club music. Drawing on his Lebanese background, he makes tough, functional, and percussive tracks. His unique style references the rhythms, scales and timbres of Lebanese pop and traditional Lebanese wedding music, blending them with contemporary RnB, Club and other dance styles. DJ Plead released his debut EP ‘Get in Circle’ through air max 97’s DECISIONS label in March 2018 and has since toured Europe and China. DJ Plead is also half of drum-workout duo Poison, a member of high-energy trio BV, and founder of the SUMAC label. https://soundcloud.com/1djplead
This monday evening at OCCII Amsterdam, special concert by Mauritanian duo Ahmedou Ahmed Lowla from Sahel Sounds!
First up, from 16 to 17h we will do a Rebel Up x Sahel Sounds livestream session at Red Light Radio, tune in online and see/hear it all.
In the evening at the OCCII, synth freakout from the Sahara. Mauritanian WZN (literally “instrumental music”) has emerged as pop music, blaring out of taxi cabs and cassette shops throughout the country. Ahmed Lowla is one of the country’s biggest stars. Performing in lavish weddings of Nouakchott with a troupe of percussionists, Ahmed’s signature style is dynamic and ambitious, shredding over the keys with flourishes (like playing with his elbows and head!). Hypnotic and tranced out, Ahmed Lowla transports Mauritanian classical music into technological futures, like a drug-free baroque rave under the open air of the Sahara.
Listen to the the new album ‘Terrouzi’ here – released by Sahel Sounds in time of the tour and some video’s
dj support Rebel Up & Sahel Sounds all info: FB Event / website. doors: 20h30 @ OCCII, Amstelveenseweg 134, Oud Zuid, A’dam
in case you can’t catch them in Amsterdam or live further away > no fear, they play next day on tuesday 7 may @ WORM in Rotterdam.
Pantropical organises this fine night, with support by Rebel Up Duckfood and Chulengo.
doors 20h30 all info > FB event / website @ Worm Boomgaardstraat 71 Rotterdam