Saturday 14 5 2016
23:00:00 - 00:00:00(Brussels (BE)) - dj
Deejay or designer? Both! In this age of multi tasking Deborah excels in music and fashion. Refinement meets rawness. Black meets white with all shades of shine. The ideal way to start a lovely night.
00:00:00 - 01:00:00(Kuwait) - dj
Fatima Al Qadiri
فاطمة القادري (Romanization: Fatima Al Qadiri) is a Brooklyn-based composer, musician, curator and artist. Born in Senegal, Al Qadiri's exposure to the rampant misappropriation of Western subculture while growing up in Kuwait is apparent in her highly virtuosic body of work. She has performed her symphonic and plaintive baroque electronic compositions at The Kitchen, Gallery 179 and Santos Party House and has regularly exhibited multimedia projects in New York City and Kuwait alongside fellow iconoclasts Khalid Al Gharaballi and Lauren Boyle.
01:00:00 - 03:00:00(New York (USA)) - dj
JD Samson is best known for being one-third of the electronic-feminist-punk band and performance project, Le Tigre. After joining the band in 2000, JD’s career in the music industry has landed in many diverse areas of the music/art/ lgbtq activism, and fashion worlds, and JD doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon.
In 2007, MEN begun as the DJ/ Remix/Production team of JD Samson and Johanna Fateman, both of the band, Le Tigre. Eventually, MEN became a live band and art collective, focusing on the radical potential of dance music, with lyrics speaking to issues such as wartime economies, sexual compromise and demanding liberties. MEN’s debut full length record was released February 1, 2011. Since their inception, the band has played Coachella, toured internationally whether it be at museums or dance-clubs, and has supported bands such as, Gossip, Peaches, and CSS.
JD also played keyboard for Peaches on her “Impeach My Bush” world tour, and acted in John Cameron Mitchell’s amazing film, ‘Shortbus’.
Throughout the years, JD has been photographed for many magazines and other fine art projects, as an androgynous sex symbol and “icon of nerdy-cool” (New York Times). Most recently, JD was photographed for a seven page spread by Maciek Kobielski for Vogue Hommes International.
JD Samson has been DJing internationally since 2001 and has found way through many different party scenes and music genres. Whether she is playing at a museum, at a college, at a wedding, a huge nightclub, the beach, or at a dive bar, JD likes to focus on “creating spaces for rad people to dance and smile and hold each other.” JD is a people pleaser DJ and swings as many ways as needed to make you have an amazing night. And you will!
03:00:00 - 05:30:00(Brussels (BE)) - dj
Bruce Botnik was born in the cold winter of 1985 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, where his father at the time was doing research on Polyvinylchloride. From his mother, the famous hippie model Sky Larissa Evans, he inherited the love for music and single malt bourbon.
At the age of only ten, Bruce played the cello, bass drum and the piano, in which he excelled. In doing so, the Queen of England invited him to play Dvorak on her birthday party at Buckingham Palace. When asked for a comment, Bruce stated: "She's a MILF." On October 6th 1998 at about 4 a.m. after witnessing a Dj Derek gig, the thirteen year old Bruce Botnik started dj-ing on the beer-drenched pick-up in a nearby striptease bar his oncle owned.
Growing older and more skilled, he exchanged his public of strippers and transvestites for steaming parties all over Europe. Mixing electro with EBM, rave, dubstep and the Doors, Bruce enjoys setting a dancefloor on fire as much as making analogue pictures of old people and genitals. He needs no more than a bottle and a decent blowjob to stirr up a crowd with pounding sweaty music.
Let's make our biography together.