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ketia is a self-assigned cyborg, known for their infamous Kit Ket events in Lisbon and co-founder of the label and collective named kaptcha. Easily enticed by syncopated drums and twisted rhythms, they thrive on genre bending beats connected through vocal infused tracks that allow for unique storytelling.
Bamao Yendé, a true party activist, electrifies the new French club scene. The dj and producer, who asserted himself within the YGRK collective before setting up his own label Boukan Records, proposes sets between house, grime, bass music, afrobeat and UK garage.
Armed with a brilliant mind capable of making verses and truthful rhymes about a harsh reality, Danna Lisboa has been shaking conservative structures since 2003 by performing for and representing the LGBTQIA community in São Paulo and other Brazilian cities. As if being a singer, dancer, model and actress wasn’t enough, Danna Lisboa is also a legend of the kiki scene in Brazil.
aya is actually a real person from the North. Her work is primarily concerned with the transfigurative power of experience and memory on the physical body. aya’s heavily anticipated debut LP ‘im hole’ was released with Hyperdub last year. She has previously released music with Local Action, 2BReal, Tri Angle Records, and Wisdom Teeth and co-runs music labels. She also is a philanthropic worker as the self-proclaimed First Lady of the Bootleg.
He is one of those rappers that you don’t want to put in a box. With influences from Trap, Boom-bap, Jazz, Nu Soul, House, Pop, Le Lou loves music and when he performs, you quickly understand why. A rapper, a beat-maker, a cheeky crooner, a mischievous kid, what he prefers is being on stage. He speaks to his queer siblings and to those who are tired of the cis-tem, to those who are not heard, who are waiting for the party to start and the world to end. Between humour and sarcasm, fury and sensuality, Le Lou has fun, plays with the rules and refuses to be pigeonholed.