Me Gusta x The Caro Project presents Kampire at Soup Kitchen
Thursday 5th - Friday 6th March 2020
- Venue/Location: Soup Kitchen, Manchester
- Doors: 22:30 till 04:00 (Last entry: 01:00)
- Min Age: 18
Among East Africa’s most exciting DJs! Expect to hear the new bass-heavy sound from Africa!
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Lineup and Details for Me Gusta x The Caro Project presents Kampire
Among East Africa’s most exciting DJs and a core member of Kampala’s Nyege Nyege collective, Kampire’s vibrant bass-heavy sets have transported her to clubs & festivals across the world.
One of Mixmag’s picks for Top Ten Breakthrough DJs of 2018, Kampire’s set on Boiler Room broadcast from Nyege Nyege festival was a legitimate ‘internet moment’, with thousands of shares on Facebook leading to serious FOMO from electronic music fans watching online.
Her Rinse FM radio residency has seen her shine a light on other East African DJs & artists, including Hibotep, Faizal Mostrixx & Catu Diosis.
2019 saw Kampire tour four continents, playing every tastemaster festival across Europe & making her US debut headlining a Nyege Nyege showcase at Red Bull Music Festival, New York. Best friend & Nyege Nyege day one Decay will be joining her in the summer of 2020, where they will bring the best of Ugandan party culture to European festival stages with their show “Bunu Bop”.
Kampire is a co-founder of the art installation “Salooni” which explores black hair as a science, culture, and art, the experiential project has traveled to La Ba Arts Festival, Uganda, Chale Wote Street Art Festival, Ghana, East African Soul Train (E.A.S.T) residency, Kenya, Africa Utopia, London, Kigali, Rwanda, Women’s day, Burkina Faso and N’GOLÁ Biennial, São Tomé e Príncipe
Me Gusta Collective
31-33 Spear Street
Phone: 0161 236 5100
African, Bass Music, Disco, Electro, House
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