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Cooking Brazilian Beats 43rd Edition Open Air ( Forró Special)

Cooking Brazilian Beats is a project made to bring people together and hear some good music you miss. Cooking its not only about dance floor vibes, we bring you all genres which makes you shake and smile and have that feeling of freedom.

This is a special Thursday Cooking Brazilian Beats 43rd edition Open air, This edition will have a special tribute to Forró music, records from 70´s and 80´s from several artists like, Luiz Gonzaga, Trio Nordestino, Marinez e sua Gente, Pajeu and much more.. Come to celebrate with us, the whole evening is hosted by DJ Hp76 who plays stricly with vinyl and now just got a big buch of Northen music from Brazil and the night is promissing..

As usual the Brazilian music project it is free entry, is located at the Bier Garten at Urban Spree.

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Cooking Brazilian Beats 41st Edition Open Air feat. Afojubá Live

This is a special edition party for the Fête de la Musique 2017.

We are celebrating this day with some heavy Maracatu Drums.

Afojubá Berlin its going to start playing at Urban Spree at 9.30 pm sharp till 10 pm, after that the party continue with the sounds of DJ Hp76 for the 41st edition of Cooking Brazilian Beats.
Please spread the event to all people and come have fun with us at this special day.
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Cooking Brazilian Beats 39th edition Open Air

Another Summer is coming and we are ready to start the summer residence,
This party will happen 2 times a month on the first and third Wednesday of the month till the summer last.

As usual Brazilian Music strictly on vinyl ,
free entry and the most amazing space in Berlin.

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WINTER (+Support: Shybits)

The David Watts Foundation presents: WINTER


Winter is the project of songwriter Samira Winter, who’s love for guitar music and nostalgic imagery inspired the dream pop/indie rock four piece. Samira grew up in Curitiba, Brazil listening to her American father’s punk records, and her Brazilian mother’s MPB (Brazilian Popular Music) tunes. While living in Boston during her college years she found a love for shoegaze which led to her collaboration with Nolan Eley who recorded and produced Winter’s first EP “Daydreaming” and LP “Supreme Blue Dream”. In 2013 Samira relocated to Los Angeles where the band currently resides working on their upcoming album “Ethereality.” Winter aspires to connect people to their inner child by making blissful, beautiful, dream pop.

https://daydreamingwinter.bandcamp.com
https://www.facebook.com/daydreamingwinter/

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SHIBITS

US/UK artrock duo Shybits who formed in Berlin in 2017 and signed after their first show to Duchess Box Records. They are a conglomeration of gritty Brighton-beaches and Californian-surf-wax, this clash allows the two to bring a wide range of influences, which pushes forward the traditions of the past 80’s post-punk mixed with sun-tan-lotion and 90’s garage rock.

https://shybits.bandcamp.com/releases
https://www.facebook.com/shybits/

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Riviera Tropical: Daniel Puente Encina & Band + Dj’s afterparty

RIVIERA CLUB “TROPICAL – LATIN GROOVES SUMMER SPECIAL

Concert + Dj’s (Venezuela & Colombia)

22:00 Warm up with

Gloria and Chola (Colombia)

23:00 Band
Daniel Puente Encina & Band (Chile)

http://www.danielpuenteencina.com
https://open.spotify.com/artist/40H8AA7Nv7XhQuqC10l4UP

0:30 DJs
Ana Caona and Lionza (Venezuela)
Residents at Heavy Salsa Berlín
https://soundcloud.com/ana-pe-afiel-marcano/anacaona
https://soundcloud.com/lionza-music
“If it doesn’t move you, you must be dead!” says magazine Rockaxis about Daniel Puente Encina. The Chilean singer-songwriter and guitarist is a grant for powerful rhythms and addictive live performances that burst with more groove and energy than ever, offering an explosive summer cocktail of Boogaloo Blues, 60s Latin Soul, Son and South American rhythms. Alongside Brazilian bassist Trigo Santana, guitarist Carlos Corona from Mexico, Japanese saxophonist Han Sato, multi-percussionists Laura Robles from Peru and Jean-Luc Jossa from Luxembourg, Puente Encina is making people dance and sing wherever he goes. Daniel will be playing songs from his latest albums as well as classics from earlier albums and bands. http://www.danielpuenteencina.com/

 

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