Since their rapid rise as part of the former, multimedia LAMAIN collective, Kombé, Mafou and Mukuna have established themselves as an integral part of the Basel club scene. This ultimately led to their monthly residency at the still young Basel club Elysia. Since then they have changed radically. Following the traces of their African roots, mind-altering rhythms and Afrocentric grooves are the focus of their music. With their new label "Somatic Rituals" the three have created a suitable platform for their new vision. Conceptual electronic music mixed with club-oriented dance tracks, without losing a "soulfullness" from the 1990s. Their sets present a wide range of sounds, from pumping New York House to rhythmic techno.
Sirenessa from Lausanne does the warm-up.
Vanessa Sin is a Self-thought pluri-disciplinary performer and pro- ducer, Burundi’s native based in Lausanne. Under different names she explores art medium.
With Sirenessa, her DJ project, she tries to recreate the emotion she felt the first time she heard Dubstep in a club. Helping herself with heavy bass, she mixes genre of music to create Catharsis for bodies and ears. One of the founding member of B2B2B collective and the proud daugther of Ivy Monteiro (Tropikahl Pussy) and member of house B.Poderossa.
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