After four days of Strøm journeys all over the city and through the entire spectrum of electronic sounds, prepare for a soft landing, a deep grounding powered by bass, and a new take-off: Let’s go to the moon, and beyond.
On the fourth and final day of Strøm, join us for an afternoon and evening at the legendary and colourful Christiania venue Månefiskeren (the Moon Fisher) for a Sunday wind down that will shake you up, too.
The massive speaker wall of the Strøm Soundsystem will submerge you in deep bass music expertly served by Mia Koden, Perko and Yeahlena – true to the roots of soundsystem genres but in a modern and forward-looking blend, mixing up dub music, dancehall, dubstep and jungle with elements from the hemisphere of all imaginable sub-heavy sounds.
Chilled out vibes and turbulence-inducing basslines. Spaced out, but down to earth.
And your last chance to get a dose of Strøm.
Sunday Sept 3rd at 15.00-21.00
Strøm Festival is supported by Statens Kunstfond, Københavns Kommune and Frederiksberg Kommune.
Mia Koden (UK)
Mia Koden aka Sancha Ndeko is a South-london based South Sudanese and British music producer and dj well-known from the acclaimed dubstep duo Sicaria Sound and now exploring different corners of bass music and beyond under her new alias. Still dubsteppy, but in a genre-versatile and BPM-fluid way – with dj-sets that are always energetic and surprising, yet cleverly cohesive.
Fergus Jones is a Scottish producer and dj living and working in Copenhagen. As a producer, his sound is characterised by layers of subtly shifting chords, blown out drum machines, space echo and field recordings. For this Sunday, Perko will go deep with extremely spaced out dub music – not for the fainthearted, but for the heads.
Dub music selector from Estonia, now based in Berlin. She is co-running Ace Tone label and party series, in charge of monthly radio show Heavy Duty and has been working closely with Tax Free Records. Bringing dub, steppers, dancehall and anti-Babylon tunes – and possibly some dub-rooted d’n’b. Some vocals but also killer versions which sound more like music from aliens than humans.