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Datum: 24.02.2018

Doors: 22:00 Uhr

Line Up: Dj Nomad, La Kobra, Edna Martinez, Eric Owosu

Music: Cumbia, Champeta, Afro Latin, Soukous, Afrobeat

EN: What is the sound system in Jamaica is the Pico in Colombia! Brightly painted box towers characterize the image of the Colombian party landscape. Each Pico Picó can be identified in addition to his music selection strong and the hand-painted box towers. Soundsystem – Colombian Style!
With „El Volcán – El Orgullo de Berlin“ we present you the first and only picó party of the city. With the best Dj’s of the scene & live percussion here is a very special night full of tropical grooves! There is also a live screening of documentary „Benko’s Sons / Los Hijos de Benkos“ by Lucas Silva, live percussion and Caribbean snacks!

SP: El Picó es el autentico sistema de sonido colombiano! Las torres de caja pintadas con colores brillantes caracterizan la imagen del paisaje de la fiesta colombiana. Cada Pico Picó puede identificarse además de su selección músical, placas, nombre y estética. ¡Soundsystem al estilo colombiano! Con „El Volcán – El Orgullo de Berlín“ les presentamos la primera y única fiesta de picó de la ciudad. Una noche muy especial llena de grooves tropicales con los mejores Djs de la escena y percusión en vivo. También hay una proyección del documental „Benko’s Sons / Los Hijos de Benkos“ de Lucas Silva y fritos caribeños.

DE: Was in Jamaika das Soundsystem ist, ist in Kolumbien das Pico! Bunt bemalte Boxentürme prägen das Bild der kolumbianischen Partylandschaft. Jedes Pico Picó lässt sich neben seiner Musikauswahl stark und über die handbemalte Boxentürmen identifizieren. Soundsystem – Colombian Style!
Mit „El Volcán – El Orgullo de Berlin“ präsentieren wir Euch die erste und einzigste Picó-Party der Stadt. Mit den besten Dj’s der Szene & Live Percussion steht hier eine ganz besondere Nacht voller Tropischer Grooves an! Dazu gibt es ein Live Screening of Documentary „Benko´s Sons / Los Hijos de Benkos“ by Lucas Silva , live percussion und Caribbean Snacks!

Champeta – Palenque – Afro – Latin – Folclor & Tropical Sounds

***Screening “ Benko´s Sons / Los Hijos de Benkos“
Director: Lucas Silva
52´/ France-Colombia/ 2000 /Spanish with English subt.

This film is dedicated to African culture in Colombia as seen and told through the prism of music. Traditional rhythms revisit the past – their ancestors and the bonds with Africa- while modern music performed by young people returns us to the present: a multi-ethnical country full of contrasts and contradictions. Along the Colombian Caribbean coast, the African drums resound since colonial times. In the beginning, there was Cumbia and Bullerengue; rhythms from overseas brought by slaves. The strength of spirit led in turn to the proliferation of maroons, descendants of slaves who rebelled against their masters and escaped to their freedom. Palenque de San Basilio is one such freetown, founded in the 16th century. Here the SEXTETO TABALA (‚drums of war‘ in Afrocolombian Creole) has been preserving the Palenquero sound for over five decades. But this is just the latest iteration of Palenquero tradition. A journey to its roots reveals an immensely rich musical traditions, pushing their way upwards into the branchings of modernity.

Picó Party with / Fiesta Picotera con

* ORL (Muzzicaltrips)
Aurel Orl Muzzicaltrips DJ Orl, is one of the pioneers of tropical music in Lyon, co-founder of the Palmwine Records collective, accomplice of Emile Omar and his Tropical Discoteq, tireless researcher of old vinyls from Africa, Caribbean, Latin America. Orl writes his blog muzzicaltrips, in which he shares and references a large part of his findings for those of us who are in this tireless search for sounds, history and flavor.

* Dj Nomad (Africaine 808/ Vulkandance Records/ Kréyol)
Nomad is one of the most well respected Tropical DJ’s and Record Collectors in the world. Besides being the founder of Vulkandance and being one half of the Music Project AFRICAINE 808, he is co-founder of Kréyol. He’s one of the biggest collectors of African and Tropical Dance music in Europe, and a worldwide reknown expert on West African as well as Southafrican Soul, Funk and Disco.

* La Kobra Tropical (Colombia)
Hailing from Cali, Colombia- capital of Salsa and a little piece of heaven on earth- Luis Antonio Delgado A.K.A. La Kobra Tropical is one of the most prolific record hunters on the Latin side of the world. A core member of the „Guaqueros“ group (along with ‚Frente Cumbiero‘ member Mario Galeano) La Kobra’s DJ sets avoid clichés and instead reach deep inside the history of cultural encounters with one goal in mind: To make you dance.

* Edna Martinez (Prende la Vela/ Latinarab/ Kréyol)
Edna Martinez grew up in Cartagena de Indias, in the colombian caribbean which influence her musical selection: African organic rhythms, Tropical sounds, Champeta, Cumbia, Latin and even Arabic folklore. She is an artist, creator and organizer of cultural events like „Prende la Vela“ that faithfully recreate the Afro-Latin culture in Berlin, „Latinarab“, and co-founder of „Kréyol“ and she is also a lover of records and dancing. https://www.mixcloud.com/edna-martinez/

* ERIC OWUSU (live percussion)
Eric Owusu is from Ghana and plays at the Pat Thomas & Kashibu Area Band, Africaine 808 and has also played with Ebo Taylor and Gyedu – Blay- Ambolley

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