Marché des Labels Indépendants 2019
Le 5 Octobre 2019, la quatrième édition du Marché des Labels Indépendants aura lieu à la Halle des Blancs Manteaux.

Durant cette journée, de nombreux labels français et internationaux de musique indépendante se réuniront pour présenter leurs artistes, leurs disques et rencontrer collectionneurs, curieux et mélomanes. Cet événement gratuit et ouvert à tous, fera aussi la part belle à toute une liste passionnante d’activités (showcases, dj’s, conférences…) – le combo idéal pour passer un bon weekend musical en famille et entre amis.

Venez célébrer le Marché des Labels Indépendants 2019 avec notre after-party à Le Pavillon des Canaux, le samedi 5 Octobre avec un dj-set de Garincha & DJ Socrates !!

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Garincha & DJ Socrates (Berlin – Tropical Diaspora Records)
22:00 > 02:00

Founding father, producer and resident spinner at TROPICAL DIASPORA, describes his party’s musical ethos as “The platform for live music and performance dedicated to the fusion of different styles, a culture way that is especially cultivated in Brazil since the days of Tropicalia. Since the beginning of my DJ career the focus of my sets is the creation a melting pot of all rhythms related to the Afro-Diaspora and all aspects connected to the tropical matter, the result is a bump ‘n’ grind groove that the people can’t get enough of. Fresh from gigs in South-America, we is kick off a new series of monthly parties in Berlin, featuring many Bands and DJ´s from Berlin, Europe and worldwide.


At Tropical Diaspora® Records we are committed to create a narrative, musical and otherwise, about the people that crossed the Atlantic from Africa to the Americas and gave rise to different cultural expressions that reflect both the horror and hope of that experience. In creating such a narrative we are however aware that the tools we use to communicate our idea and mission are shaped by the historical narrative of the imperialist powers; the hegemonic role that, for example, language play: French, English and Portuguese in Africa; Spanish, Portuguese and English in the Americas. We are even to blame for using English as lingua franca for our purposes. But, is it silence a better option? We won’t be silent. We want to speak; we believe that we have the right to speak and will use whatever means we have at our disposal in order to open up a communicative interface that is respectful of the history and legacy of the communities whose experiences, struggles and world views steadily groove like in a vinyl record our own work at Tropical Diaspora®.

Le Pavillon des Canaux
83 Boulevard Ornano, 75018 Paris
Metro : Riquet (l.7), Laumière (l.5)

Dj Dr.Sócrates Diaspora Discoteque Vol.2