Rebel Up! Soundclash, 29th of September

Hi there all,

Hope you had a good summer and fresh start to the new study and working year.

On Saturday the 29th we will organize yet another night of global fun. The end of summer sadly looms, but don’t return to your desks or classes before you can enjoy yourself at Rebel Up! This time we don’t have a live guest and our French nomad will bring in some new sunshined faces to play with him, since the Belgian clochard is missing this night.
We will again donate our nightly profits to War On Want as last time we didn’t raise a decent amount. They are an organisation that fights global poverty in diverse campaigns. Our eyes are on Western Sahara, where the cause of the Saharawi people who have been living in exile for 30 years now. They are forced to live in badly conditioned camps, where water is scarce and the standard of life is far below a healty level. For more info see
Keep your change at hand….any donation is a sweet gesture!

More info, sounds and such can be found on our blog

Saturday, 29th of September @ OCCII, Amsterdam (
Amstelveenseweg 134 (tram #1 (stop Overtoomsesluis) or #2)
doors open 22:30 till late, free in before 23:30, 4 Euro fee after.

Rebel Up! Soundclash (#6)
Diasporic sounds from the global underground…..
a global culture mashup of rougher world music and visuals,
(in ways of Southern European Mestiza and Gypsy beats, old skool Roots and further styles from Africa, Arabia & Asia plus gritty electronics.)

Please forward this to your interested friends, family, and network buddies, through word of mouth, digitally and so on. we hope to see you there! 🙂

Next Rebel Up will be Saturday, October 20th, with a ethnical beat playing guest live!
stay tuned….

3 thoughts on “Rebel Up! Soundclash, 29th of September

  1. I think it’s awesome that you’re raising money for Western Sahara. They need all the help they can get!

  2. Good job guys with the fund raising. Will attend the next party when I’m back in Amsterdam. Greatings Wouter

  3. hi there, we always like to combine the party with a good cause. it makes it all a real global thing to get the audience more involved/aware instead of the role as dancing cattle. 😉

    hope to see you at the next one, next week on the 20th!

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