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Threads of Resilience | Party | Healing And Empowerment Through Dance
15.Dezember 2023 22:00 - 16.Dezember 2023 04:00
Organised by Oyoun
We’ll close the second day of our “Threads of resilience” festival on the dancefloor. In the intimate setting of our club, we’re delighted to host none other than Oyoun’s favourite saliah (all the way from London), Oyoun-collaborator and Queen of Eklektik BerlinIstan DJ Ipek and DUMTAK’s acclaimed celebration of Arabic Pop and Electro from the 80s and 90s! YOUN3S will open the night and we’re also about to expect a performance by Queerberg Collective!
Tickets: Donation-based | Small capacity | first come, first served!
Room: Club, Souterrain
YOUN3S is a German/Moroccan DJ and producer based in Berlin. He plays groovy bass-orientated music which is rich in percussive elements and relates to his North African roots.
Based between Berlin and Istanbul, queer-living DJ, producer and curator, İpek İpekçioğlu has an established reputation across nightlife scenes worldwide. She has performed her music at the Glastonburry, Fusion, Sziget, At.tension, Berlin Festival and many more international electronic and world music festivals. Ipek has been creating a buzz amongst international crowds from New York City to the desert Sahara of Mali, developing an exclusive brand name with her unique & hybrid Soundmix and she regarded is one of the most popular DJ of the Berlin club scene and internationally as known as Queen of Eklektik BerlinIstan. In her musical spectrum, psychedelic turkish funk meets disco, balkanfolk to minimal, Anatolian folk to deep house, kurdish halay to electro, turkish tango to break beat, bhangra to moombahton, dabke to reaggaton, albanian folk to twerk, iranian bandari to techno.
Saliah (pronounced SAAL-YA) is a British-Lebanese Multi-genre Music producer and DJ. Saliah made her debut Boiler Room and Glastonbury sets last year and has recently been named one of Play Virtuoso’s ‘Ones to watch’. Saliah’s curated selection and stage presence is guaranteed to bring the energy that draws in the crowds. Renowned for her high-energy and genre-bending sets including a wealth of club sounds, seamlessly blended together with her notable remixes of Arabic classics. Saliah has supported MOBO-Award-Winning Lady Leshurr and BBC Introducing’s Miss Melody. Her performances have opened for the likes of Omar Souleyman, Shkoon, Hello Psychaleppo, Ammar 808 and Jazzy Jeff. Saliah is continuously giving back to community by working behind the scenes supporting grassroots organisations and teaching DJ workshops.
DUMTAK expertly blends diverse musical genres and eras to create a sonic blend that speaks to the hearts of listeners from all walks of life. From 80s,90s, Arabic Pop to Electro Arabic, She invites listeners to embrace their own roots, and explore the beautiful complexities of diaspora through different musical influences. DUMTAK’s sets are a musical celebration of Arabic cultural heritage and a testament to the power of music to transcend borders and generations that foster a sense of belonging and inclusivity on the dance floor
is a collective founded by House Of Royals. They come from so many different countries and cultures. It started with refugee performers to give them space to express their art as it was difficult for them for different reasons like language difficulties, racism etc. As a group of refugees, they also have a deep mental connection and understanding of each other, and bond over their trauma as they share similar backgrounds. Even though most of them have lost their families, they still have the opportunity to support each other. And thanks to the many places that support and validate them, they've grown and made it this far.
This event is part of the Threads of Resilience Festival
Given the current situation and urgency to express, we decided to co-organise a community-led and collectively curated 3-day festival “Threads of Resilience” from 14-16 December at Oyoun.Those include a press conference, bazaar, panels, film screening, talks, exhibition, workshops, concerts, healing session, theater, puppet show for children, and parties.
With this festival, we want to reflect on and learn from movements of resistance, resilience, and solidarity across the world and come together for three days of ephemerality and collaborative archiving. We want to address and speak out against repression, silencing, instrumentalisation, and division. We need to continue to empower, promote, and celebrate pluralistic perspectives from, with, and intersectionally marginalised communities.Admission is based on free donation (nobody will be denied entry if they cannot donate). All proceeds will be given to organizations in support of victims of racist police violence and to organizations giving legal support to people threatened with deportation.
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