19 / 05 / 2024 Sonntag
arkaoda fundraiser / curated by African Acid Is The Future

Second arkaoda fundraiser event, this time curated by our beloved crew African Acid Is The Future.

--> DONATION LINK: https://gofund.me/ba54a278

Sunday 19th of May from 5pm to 12am


+ food by Meze Bey!

A firm fixture of Berlin’s alternative scene, Dauwd is a member of infamous collective African Acid Is The
Future, who influence can clearly be heard in both his productions and DJ sets. Dauwd’s sound, best expressed in propulsive but detailed DJ sets, speaks for decades of natural dance education. Seamlessly mixing between the roots of electronic music discoveries from tours and trips to India, Africa and Asia, the essence of Dauwd’s DJ sets is influenced by techno music as first experienced in Japanese electronic music from the 90s, bouncy odes to Detroit playful house music, while leaving room for experimental and groovy techno music. is discovery and a sense of curiosity that feels earned and constant.

Maryama Luccioni a.k.a. Maryisonacid is a DJ, promoter, curator as well as founder of African Acid Is The
Future label and party in Berlin. Maryisonacid’s unique approach to DJing bridges together diasporic African sounds to groovy electronic tracks and techno, following the artist’s upbringing from Paris Barbès to the punk scene of Berlin. Since she first arrived in Berlin around 2010, Maryisonacid has played in numerous clubs across Berlin, Europe and the world. Collecting records since the age of 14, Maryisonacid is best described as an ambulant musical library, sharing it on sweaty dancefloors or in cultural institutions.

Oscar Atanga is a Berlin based sound artist, curator and selector. Originally from Manchester with Cameroonian roots, Oscar is a resident artist of Refuge Worldwide, Kwia and also the forward thinking label and collective African Acid Is The Future. Oscar is also co-creator of the Offbeat Coalition platform and Modalities. Equally at home playing live, downtempo textural ambient sets or energetic multi-genre bass heavy club sets, Oscar’s musical DNA takes in many varied influences with a core of dubby, fluid experimental sounds and afro diasporic rhythms.