sat 15 dec; Rebel Up! Soundclash meets Bomb Diggy crew *global dance night*

hola folks,

Time for the last Rebel Up! Soundclash of the year just before the  festive season, this one a pure global dance night co-hosted with the Bomb Diggy crew and a good supply of guests;

Crowdkrushers (DE)
This German global crew from Tubingen is run by the 3 musketeering dj’s Jack Smillin, Mad Mation and Deejay Caustic who have coined their signature as Heavyweight Steppas Sound, which spans many styles from roots reggae to dancehall, afrobeat, global bass and more electronic styles. Bound to make you bounce!
Makina (AR, A’dam)
This Argentinian pibe co-hosts the Cumbia (Fantastica) & TropiTech nights in A’dam and enjoys mixing cumbia & global electronic music. he has released 2 Ep’s: POTRO and GRINGAS. We’ll be hearing the most fresh tropical sounds of south america to make you go ay-ay-ay!
Café de Calaveras (aka dj Tommi)
not a stranger to alternative global music circles anymore, being resident of the Balkan Beatz nights, various nights in Melkweg and sets at Lowlands festival, this man is an insatiable dj-holic who now plays under his Cafe de Calaveras moniker where he remixes global sounds into gipsycumbia, arabdubstep, balkankuduro and beyond.
Bomb Diggy crew (Hollandia)
Wine your waist and let your inner beast roam free with these ambassadors of tropical bass. Dancefloor wildlife! Everything from kuduro to cumbia to moombahton, dancehall, soca, dubstep, tropical house and electro-ethnic styles that are today’s new club sound. Embrace tropical bass with these ambassadors!
Rebel Up! crew (BE/FR/NL)
Your hosts are always busy out looking to amaze you with newly found sounds, from obscure electro-dancehall from urban Peru to kitsch 80’s electropop from Iranians in exile, roughest tecno-folk from Syria or the sweetest swinging songs from mother Africa, Rougher sounds from the global underground!
Charity matters > this night we will work hand to hand with a local association called Watoto Wa Baraka which means ‘children of blessings’ in Swahili. They have founded two orphanages in Kenya and are now trying to build a school in a rural part of the country. Just know that the entrance benefits will go to them and that if you’re willing to give more, you are welcome. www.africanorphanage.org
sat 15 dec @ OCCII, A’dam
Amstelveenseweg 134 (end of Vondelpark)
5€ in, party on from 22:30 til 4:00am

 

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