Thu 17 August 2017 | 9:30 pm - 11:59 pm
Pasaz - Allenby 94, Tel Aviv, FREE
Futuristic beats meet the streets of Jamaica with a seasoning of local blackmail. A night full of Funk / Groove / Hip Hop / Global Beats / Dancehall.
Early performance: Bint El Funk.
Bint El Funk is an indie-oriental band that founded the Yemenite punk in Israel. The style of Bint El Funk is based mainly on the combination of Funk with Yemenite music and the influences of Afro-Beat, Mediterranean music, jazz and Turkish psychedelics. Alongside the Yemenite texts are also love songs, political protest songs, Bedouin nonsense and poets’ songs. Each performance quickly becomes a tribal party with sounds, rhythms, colors and smells that unite on the axis that connects Sanaa, Harlem and Africa just as we like.
Party: Amir Pe’er & DJPipe.
Amir Pe’er – The man behind the Groovestock Festival and one of our favorite DJs with a selector that moves on the Global Beat and Afro-Beat scale through Compia, Dancehall and Hip Hop.
DJPipe – one of the mainstays of local hip-hop and the leading alternativeists in Israel with representation in two World Championships in Tamalibalism (DMC / IDA).