AFTERPARTY FOR FEMINIST FORUM
DJS : WHO RUN THE WORLD, & more.
After a full day with the Feminist Forum at the ABF-house, we end up with a proper celebration!
The party is housed by Debaser Medis for many years, arranged by the club Who Run The World ! Come and mingle, dance, listen to awesome live acts and philosophize with other forum visitors!
BEATRICE ELI (23:30)
One of spring’s biggest hypes, Beatrice Eli, makes an exclusive appearance at the party! With the dark love song The Conqueror, she became one of Sweden’s most interesting artists. She followed up with the flick favorite Girls, which is all about hot chicks. Come and dance away to her powerful voice , when she shows up to close out the party!
ANJA BIGRELL (22:50)
Anja Bigrells debut album was released in November last year. Inspiration was taken from a French nineteenth-century physician with a lot of imagination, a daughter, Nour El Refai, the first man and the groundhog in Groundhog day. It contains arrangements and declarations of love, deep gospel and pop.
TIKKLE ME (22:00)
Tikkle Me is an electronic pop collective that has grown from duo to quintet, and is constantly evolving in various collaborations with dancers and other artists. After the singles Niagara, Time To Act and Genius, they released full length album What Is Real on April 16. Kriikerna calls them “electronic colored radiopop” and DN’s critics gave it high marks.
“What Is Real is filled electronically colored radiopop. ” – Sydsvenskan
“What Is Real built on earlier ideas, but feels more pungent and more complete with direct melodies and darker beats.” – DN (Rating 4/5)
“Tikkle Me maintains its electropop, but there’s a tingling sensation that can be recognized from the start. Melodies are playful and stories of sisterhood, dreams and heartache told with large gestures.” – Swedish Dagbladet ( Rating 3/5)
“Fever Ray and Röyksopp have had a love child.” – PSL
NADJA AL-MALKI (21:30)
Nadja Al- Malki let in, break, and breed again with the nutrition of the effulgence of the country where nature and concrete meet.
“The area where the brightest night longs to finally become completely dark and full so that the lights from the reggae club in Damascus may be visible, so that the smoke from the sand in the western movie can fly up to heaven where it later makes their way down to a public haven in Havana where blues and Balkan fell in love at first sight. ”
Nadja Al-Malki and her music is characterized by in between and everything. Together, the eight musicians’ worlds collide!
The party is presented in cooperation with ABF .
Free admission and happy hour at the bar between the hours. And 19:00 pm . 20.00hrs. After noon. 20:00 admission costs 120 SEK. No advance purchase.
Beatrice Eli, Tikkle Me, Anja Bigrell, & Nadja Al Malki are at Debaser Medis on May 10.
For more information visit Debaser.