Panchita Peligro (Puticlub)
Sonora Mulata (Puticlub)
Slim Soledad (Baile Em Chernobyl)
Juba (Boko Boko!, Cashmere Radio)
Peripheral Intuitions is bringing bass-heavy, shake-it-like-you-mean-it rhythms of reggaeton, trap, and more to NIGHT EMBASSY to mark the start of their residency at the NIGHT EMBASSY. Join them on 4 October for The Church of Reggaeton with Panchita Peligro, Sonora Mulata, Slim Soledad, and more.
The night is based on the artistic performance and installation concept Church of Reggaeton, previously hosted in collaboration with Radio Carabuco (Reverend Andrés Pereira Paz) and Reverend Chaveli Sifre. The dancefloor is a place to exorcise stiffness and establish a living monument for the Latinx community in Berlin. Drawing from the Latin American evangelic right-wing churches as a point of departure, the sermon delivered at the Church of Reggaeton is one of acceptance and communal celebration: To inspire conspiratorial collaborations, to move your feet to the rhythm, and to remove the strict rules of Germany as well as those inhibiting our bodies in Berlin.
Leading the night will be Mexican producer and promoter Panchita Peligro and Sonora Mulata, who’s bass-heavy rhythms cross continental borders and boundaries. Slim Soledad’s performance touches on gender and sexuality with an experimental focus, while Juba finds inspiration in the African diaspora as well as the continent.
Tickets are available below: While the NIGHT EMBASSY is free to all, admission is only guaranteed with a ticket. Visit www.night-embassy.com to view the full program and get your tickets.
Mexican producer, Djane, and promoter. Lover of music, she started organizing Techno and Cumbia parties in Hamburg, Germany where she founded two collectives: Tanz Der Tiere and Cumbia n' Bass.During her residency at the club Sommersalon in Hamburg, she and Kuto Quilla organized the party Chicha Rebel Bass featuring artists like Uproot Andy, Rafael Aragon, Chong-X, Nicola Cruz, Guacamayo Tropical, Sara Hebe, Rebeca Lane, and many more.
Co-founder of Berraca Bici Bass, Mi Hermosa Vagina and Mal de Ojo queer party. Founder and organizer of VulvaSónica, an electronic music platform by and for womxn djs who explore global and electronic beats.
Sonora Mulata is heiress of African rhythms and a lover of Bass Music.
She co-founded the Liga Mexican and Berraca Bici Bass, she collaborates with Mujeres Vinileras, Mi Hermosa Vagina, and MICG. Austra Riddim is her latest collective creation with various Mexican women artists. Its objective is to break with the standard male- dominated lineup and sexism in the music scene.
Sonora Mulata is returning to Europe after her tour last year where she played at Balera Favela, Movimientos, Cumbia N' Bass Family, Alta Cumbia Nites, and DICE Festival. She has shared the stage with many artists such as Ali Guagua, Lena Platonos, Kampire, Panchita Peligro, Oly, MIss Boogie, Lyzza, Mc Mamba, Ushka, Princess Nokia, Scooby Dub, Tropikore, Esa mi Pau, Tayhana, Born in Flames, Deeplinkin, FAKA, Ckrono, Go Dugong, Prp. Is the producer of events with Von D, Simon Off, 6Blocc, Digital Dubs, Crhissy Murderbot, Ago Numa Crew, Chanel One & Fritanga, Xantico partys.
Slim develops a performance approaching discussions about women as well as gender and sexuality with post porn references. Slim's research as a DJ goes from funk to vogue to extending to something more experimental. Slim acts as a cultural producer developing the Chernobyl movement (Baile em Chernobyl), collectively, in which the members coagulate spaces of resistance
Based in Berlin, born in London and of Nigerian descent, Juba explores contemporary sounds from Africa and the African diaspora. From afrobeats to kuduro, baile carioca to UK funky and beyond, each Afroelektronik show delves into the different worlds of music and culture originating from, or with links to, the African continent, often accompanied by insightful chats with special guests as well as expert mixes from DJs from all over the world.
Andrés Pereira Paz
Andrés Pereira Paz (born in La Paz, Bolivia in 1986) explores how regional identities are constructed and changed from a global perspective. He is particularly concerned with the influence of Western power structures on the development of a collective identity of the inhabitants of the cultural area of the Andes from the 20th century to the present day. For Peripheral Intuitions, Pereira Paz presents The Church of Reggaeton, a performative and participatory happening, that takes the form of a party, inviting the participants to surrender to the rhythm of the body abandoning preconceived dogmas and rigities.
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