Permaculture w/ Pekodjinn, Wake Island, Molyness & Akantu
The Livart and Singular Agency are organizing “Perma Culture”, a series of 3 DJ nights in the Livart’s main room that will last until 6am. In collaboration with the city of Montreal, this event will legally serve alcohol until 6am.
Line up :
PEKODJINN (TN/CH) (OZADYA)
Producer, beatmaker, composer, Tunisian-Swiss DJ, Pekodjinn is an artist in his own right. Between research of North African sounds, afro house percussions and analog or digital synthesizers, the child of Geneva goes in search of his style transpiring of mixity. Recently featured on Boiler Room where he played only his compositions and remixes, Pekodjinn is establishing himself on the electronic scene as an artist to watch.
WAKE ISLAND (LB/QC) (LAYLIT)
Wake Island is an electronic music duo from Beirut based in Montreal. Through their various projects, they attempt to reconcile their Arab roots with their North American lifestyle, spreading Middle Eastern sounds with the innovative contemporary music of Montreal and New York clubs. Their DJ set offers a fresh perspective on Arab music, blending the most innovative electronic sounds with traditional folk songs as well as old samples. In 2018, they co-founded Laylit, a monthly New York night celebrating the musical and artistic diversity of the Arab and MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region and its diaspora.
Having moved from Morocco to Montreal three years ago to pursue her passion for electronic music, Ines Mouline – known by her stage name Molyness – fuses Gwana, Sub-Saharan, Berlinesque and orchestral influences through her DJ sets and art.
AKANTU (CD/QC) (MOONSHINE)
AKAntu, is a Montreal DJ born in Lubumbashi (DR Congo). At the age of 16, he started djaying and producing music in Katanga, where he and his close friends, including Congolese electronic music star DJ P2N, were introduced to South African sounds and incorporated their Congolese musical heritage. His hypnotic stage presence, especially at the iconic Moonshine parties, has made him a fixture of the Montreal underground.
Alcohol sold until 6am.