MeetFactory, o. p. s.
Ke Sklárně 3213/15
150 00 Praha 5
13:00 do 20:00 + based on evening program
On her debut ‘Unlimited Ammo’ mixtape, we find Stockholm’s Namasenda in her true form: guns loaded, euphoric, unstoppable. Twisting and turning at breakneck speed over 30 minutes, the mixtape features a host of collaborators including La Zowi, Hannah Diamond, Mowalola, Oklou and Joey Labeija, as well as production from Dylan Brady of 100 Gecs and PC Music label head A. G. Cook. Prior to signing with the pop powerhouse, Namasenda built a name for herself in the online underground with her ‘hot_babe_93’ EP and cult hit single ‘Donuts’. Since then, singles ‘24/7’, ‘Dare’ and ‘Wanted’ have further established her as a key name in the hyperpop explosion of recent years. Alongside genre-shaping producers like A. G. Cook and Dylan Brady (100 Gecs), Namasenda breathes new life into the scene, pulling in references from hip hop, trap and euphoric hardcore.
In addition to performing at the finest virtual parties throughout the pandemic year, including Appleville (alongside Charli XCX, 100 gecs, Dorian Electra), A. G. Cook’s 7G launch party (with Hannah Diamond, SOPHIE and more) and Club Quarantine with Sega Bodega, Namasenda’s most debuted her live show at London’s Boiler Room Festival, Pitchfork Festival, two knockout shows supporting Hannah Diamond at London’s Fire and she’s already booked for festivals like Primavera Sound, Les Nuits, The Great Escape, Plissken & O / DAY Festival.
The first guest of the night is Juba, a member of the Boko! Boko! collective and a regular host of Berlin's Cashmere Radio. Juba's sets and mixes draw on her Nigerian heritage, combining dance music from Africa and the African diaspora with genres including techno and UK funky, bringing together music from different corners of the globe through her own unique perspective.
350 CZK at www.meetfactory.cz
350 CZK (+ fees if applicable) in other presales
420 CZK at the door
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Juba's performance is a part of the project Synapse Again which is supported by the peoples of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA grants.