Follow us to wonderland as we take you on a soundtrip between worlds.
Our Friday event is for the adventurous ravers and curious listeners, moving between genres and across borders and boundaries, taking you all over the globe in twelve hours, from Kurdistan to Columbia.
From sped up dembow rhythms to Middle Eastern tonalities, from lively bass and playful percussions to trippy moods and swampy techno, from angels to satyrs, from outside to inside.
The party starts on the rooftop terrace at 16.00 and continues inside from 22.00-04.00. Tick-tock tick-tock, we’ll make your clocks go backwards with a 12-hour musical excursion.
Lineup: Amor Satyr, Angel & Atusa, Bitter Babe, exnr & øre snu, Muskila, Téa.
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE – OUTSIDE
Friday Sept 1st at 16.00-22.00
Lineup: exnr & øre snu + Angel & Atusa + Téa
exnr & øre snu
exnr & øre snu dives into high energy rhythms from around the world, mixing groovy percussion, bouncy r&b edits and Brazilian baile magic with the dark bass music of London.
Angel & Atusa
Expect a captivating journey through boundary-pushing soundscapes from the dynamic duo of Joakim Wei Bernild (from First Hate) and Atusa Zamani, blending juke, experimental club, nightcore and pop-edits with Persian classics and East Asian autotune tracks.
Danish/Jamaican Téa plays groovy, versatile and danceable sets of trippy techno and spacy house with subtle changes of pace and mood in her sets, leading you securely through hypnotizing labyrinths of rhythms and soundscapes, from swamp lands to city sirens.
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE – INSIDE
Friday Sept 1st at 22.00-04.00
80 DKK (tickets here)
Lineup: Amor Satyr + Bitter Babe + Muskila
Speed dembow meets Brazilian baile funk meets continental techno meets electro and trancey drum patterns. French Amor Satyr blends pan-Latin American sounds with house and techno, adding extra spice to dancefloors all over the globe.
A multidisciplinary artist and dj who hails from Bogotá, Colombia and is now based in Miami. Her selection blends bass-heavy groove club music with Latin-inspired percussive rhythms ranging from dembow, raptor house and guaracha to reggaeton and brazilian funk.
Muskila fuses high energy techno rhythms with percussions and tonalities from his Kurdish background, honoring the Middle Eastern music traditions while always challenging the status quo. Darbuka drumming and mizmar melodies meet four-to-the-floor techno beats. Let’s travel.
Bonus Knowledge for the Travelers: Trans Metro Express
For the Trans Metro Express passengers, the outdoor party can work as a warm-up before jumping on the train – AND an afterparty after the train ride as well.
The Trans Metro Express train departs from Vanløse Station at 18.30 for the first time (to Vestamager), departs again at approximately 19.30 (to Copenhagen Airport) and gets back to Vanløse for the last time at 20.30.
See the growing festival program on strm.dk where we continuously update the program for the four days of music and festivities.
Strøm Festival has been made possible by the support of Statens Kunstfond, Københavns Kommune and Frederiksberg Kommune.