Hello Tropical Diaspora fans. We’re still here yes, diaspora we are. So are you, we hope.
After our winter pause the Tropical Diaspora Party is proud to announce the come back to the “all night long groove tropical party”. We begin the season this year with a great after party to the street parade Karneval der Kulturen 2017.
This night is more then only a after party, two record labels will be in the house with their records releases on vinyl for sale special prices.
We are waiting for everybody that have enough energy and illuminated vibes to dance with the best Afro Latin Diaspora music live on the stage along La Mula Santa and Sambada de Coco from Brazil. After show party with the best selection on vintage and new vinyl you ever listen to, with the Tropical Diaspora Records Dj collective Djs Garrincha & Dr.Sócrates featuring Selectora Cecilia Yzarra from Peru.
At last but not least! Djane Grace Kelly and Dj Don Rispetto complementing the diaspora night with musical diversity from tropical bass to reggae.
Furthermore, you will come together with the artists from the street parade groups that will be there with us and enjoy the party in one of the best venues in Berlin – Kreuzberg, the MAZE an amazing basement in the original taste of the Berliner 90ties.
★ WHAT: live & Strictly Vinyl Tropical Party with tow floors
★ WHEN: 22:00 OPEN DOORS 23:30 LIVE and Open End.
★ HOW:Box Office: 10,- Online and Flyer: 8,-
★ WHERE: MAZE @ Mehringdamm 61
★ LIVE Bands: La Mula Santa & Sambada de Coco
★ Strictly Vinyl: Djs Garrincha & Dr.Sócrates Featuring Selectora Cecilia Yzarra (Peru)
★ Second Floor: Djane Grace Kelly & Dj Don Rispetto
♫ La Mula Santa (cumbia)
♫ Sambada de Coco (coco)
Strictly Vinyl Floor
♫ Djs Garrincha & Dr.Sócrates (Brazil / Spain) Featuring Selectora Cecilia Yzarra (Peru)
♫ Dj Grace Kelly (Brazil)
♫ Dj Don Rispetto (Italy)
@ MAZE – Mehringdamm 61
★ 22:00 hs OPEN DOORS
★ 23:00 hs Bands Live
★ After Show Party OPEN END
★ Online or with Original Flyer: 8,- €
★ Box Office: 10,- €
★Live on The Stage
SAMBADA DE COCO ★Brazilian percussion★
Samba de Coco is a typical rhythm and dance of the coastal regions in the north-east of Brazil, with its roots and origins in the federal states of Pernambuco, Paraíba and Alagoas and has been further developed by Brazilian fishermen and field workers. The Sambada de Coco is worn by Brazilian percussionists who play many different types of coco. This is a collaborative activity for which Coco is sung and danced.
Coco is an African-influenced musical rhythm that originated in Northern Brazil. “Coco” may also refer to the style of dance performed to the music, a kind of stomping. The name “Coco” (Portuguese for “coconut”) is a common Northeastern Brazilian slang for head, referring to the fact that song lyrics are often improvised. Coco is often performed with a repetitive musical beat and call and response singing reminiscent of Capoeira music. The music is commonly performed at traditional parties in the Northeast, such as weekend street parties and Carnival. Coco is also alternatively known as “embolada” (another slang word, meaning “entangling”, referring to the fast, slurred, machine-gun style of singing).
The characteristic sound of coco arises from four instruments commonly used in its performance: the ganzá, surdo, pandeiro, and triangle. Performers also often wear wooden clogs, the stomping of which adds a fifth percussive element.
LA MULA SANTA ★ cumbia salsa chicha pachanga and latin rhythms★
The Chilean band La Mula Santa mix cumbia, rock, and different Latin-American rhythms in a spicy trunk. The Band lead Mauro Valenzuela, born in Chile and based in Berlin since many years meet the other musicians in a Chilean Bar in a colorful mixture of nationalities i.e. Chile, Armenia, Germany, Malta, Australia, Peru, Mexico. The Bar in F´hain district in Berlin called “El Caiman” was the place where they meed each other and since many years they are together doing concerts in Germany and Europe. Freedom in all aspects and for sure in the music is the registered character of La Mula Santa the sound and the rhythm and the incredible power to the stage, let no man without dancing. If you like passionate and Latin American music, you will love La Mula Santa.
From Tierra del Fuego at the extreme southern of South America until the United States, from the Andes to the Atlantic coast, the Colombian Cumbia is popular, while in Europe it is still an amazingly well kept secret. Located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, this music has been not only in Latin America but also international success. The Band identity comes not only from the infectious beat of the Cumbia, but also of different Latin-American rhythms like Merengue, Salsa, Bomba, Guajira, Reggaeton and Latin Rock.