Mon 30 September 2019 - Tue 1 October 2019 | 4:00 pm - 11:59 pm
TEDER.FM - Jaffa Road, 9, Tel Aviv,

Monday + Tuesday from 4 pm || Romano House || Free entrance

• A festive opening show •
Beautiful Tropical Land – a one-time source show and tribute ~

• Guests from around the world •
Afro Bee | Oshonalda | Mim Suleiman | Matias Aguio ~

• Locals •
Miss Red | Horizon Adenek | The Particle | Walter | Nuts | Gallo | Noa Argov | Pineapple | Abu Disco | Bachicampe | Gift Graduation ~

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The carnival is back to open the year, mingle with the senses, devour reality and launch the Romano House into a parallel dimension! – Local and international dream lineup, exaggerated art on the surreal border, cocktails in the artist’s hand and after partying into the night! ~

Two days of cross-country carnival and a wild birthday to Jack Daniels, a musical journey and a never-ending party between South Tel Aviv and Rio de Janeiro, Africa to London, Germany to South America, to the islands of Santorini ~

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~ Full Impression Schedule ~

Monday || The 30.9 || From 6 p.m.

Noa Argov> Beautiful Tropical Land> The Catik> Mim Suleiman Live! > Oshonalda! ~

Afterwards –
After Parti Barfi> Nuts + Gallo> Matias Aguio! ~
Top New Space> Brazilian Poho Party with Bachicampe


Tuesday || The 1.10 || From 6 p.m.

Pineapple> Finish Gift> Horizon I’ll Talk About Mike! > Walter> Miss Red Live! > Abu Disco> Afro me on the show!

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~ A few words about appearing ~

• The Opening Show – Beautiful Tropical Land – Producing a Magnificent Source in Tribute to the Great Songs of the Canonical Album and Other Classics of Brazilian Music in Hebrew ~

• Afro Bee (England) – The Afro-Wave pioneer, who caught the attention of Drake and Beyoncé with his new sound – a bastard boy of African pop, rap and dancehall. Afro Bee’s South London heritage begins with his inspiration from Ivory Coast and continues through hits such as Johanna to work with headlines like Bizzy Signal ~

• Oceanon (USA / Santorini) – Musical producer from El Aye, a former composer of the “Sesame Street” program, a priest of a mysterious African religion, and today – a reclusive electronics monk on Santorini Island in the Middle East. Christian Warren, aka Oceanon, is a walking puzzle for some From the great underground anthems of the international clubbing scene in recent years, the Santorinian cliff-warriors Warren regularly launches spiritual tracks that are today considered a deep house highlight. ~

• Mim Suleiman (England / Zanzibar) – The singer and creator, originally from Zanzibar, is considered the Mama Africa of the modern age. The gigantic performer brings the roots of the Black Continent to every musical prototype it meets. Its unique style is due to a mix of East African Swahili traditions, traditional tarab, with dove, jazz, western sol and intergalactic punk. The latest album was produced by House Fellow Maurice Fulton ~

• Matias Aguio (Germany / Chile) – Chilean producer / McLennan Germany, a compact and upstanding man, does not stop at genre boundary crossings. Folk Largae, Electro Country, Aguio feel at home almost everywhere. Since leaving Cologne, the city where he grew up after his parents left Chile where he built his name through collaborations with compact artists and established releases such as “Er Yo Reddy Too Late?”, Matias did not stop and build Kuma – a global greenhouse for all What moves along the seam line between world music and the wider. Since then, he has been traveling between Madayan and Santiago de Chile, Paris to Chicago, Moscow to Detroit, in search of reality-distorting music, breaking down electronic samples as it is alive, deeply rooted in ceremonies and at the same time – innovative ~

• Miss Red – Haifa / Berlin creator returns to the frequency plaza for a post-apocalyptic Dove demonstration, Dark Dancehall and Burning Bits ~

• Horizon Adenek – the future of the local dancehall. After picking up the expansion twice, Edank returns to claim his with the unlucky Floo ~

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Romano House || Jaffa Road 9
Free admission || 21+

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