Uyati Pog: ‘Exodus’ bar night @ OCCII, Dec 19

18 December 2014

Amsterdam’s Onafhankelijk Cultureel Centrum In It (OCCII) is hosting another Uyati Pog bar night, titled Exodus and featuring a stacked music and art lineup this Friday, December 19.

Along the lines of music, Exodus is bringing E+E featuring Chinonyeelu Amobi (Liberation Technologies), DJ Hvad (Syg Nok, Janus), Beatrice Dillon (Where to Now?, The Trilogy Tapes), Jacques Gaspard Biberkopf playing a live set, and Fred Hystere.

The artwork list brings works by Loretta Fahrenholz (seen in Warsaw’s Private Settings, Art After the Internet group survey), Lars TCF Holdhus (seen in The Mycological Twist), as well as Ruby Rouge, Daphne Oram, and Dan Walwin.

See the Exodus FB page for details. **

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E+E, Krysaor, Nkisi & Why Be @ Endless, Dec 10

9 December 2014

Endless presents a night of music in London with E+E, Krysaor, Nkisi, and Why Be, running at London’s 21 Penarth St. on December 10.

The first act of the night is Bolivian-born, LA-based Elysia Crampton or E+E, whose South American roots fly high in a hop-pop-gone-bad kind of a way, with swaggery hip hop beats that dissolve into quick-footed Latin cadences and then again into ballad-like pop vocals.

Crampton will be performing with visual artist Chino Amobi, and their set is followed by KRYSAOR (consisting of Blazekidd, Uli-k, Kamixlo, and Lexxi) and their South American (maybe Ecuadorian?) electro-cum-hip-hop. The last two acts consist of NKISI (known as Melika Ngombe Kolongo) with some whispery, layered electro tracks and Denmark’s WHY BE.

See the FB event page for details. **

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