Montreal to Manila - Bayan Muna!
FRIDAY APRIL 30th 21h00 2010
'El 606' corner St. Laurent / Mount Royal
suggested donation $5-10
24 Mount Royal west
(entrance beside Ali Baba dépanneur)
Metro Mount Royal
featuring live DJs throughout the evening...
DJ Andy Williams
DJ Andy Williams is highly-respected deejay and radio host in Montreal with a growing international recognition, spinning regularly in Europe and the Caribbean. Andy's collaborations with various deejays and musicians reaches to and from many sources globally: Andy has had the opportunity to grace the turntables with many underground music-makers & curatorial peers who have the utmost respect for obscure rarities in dancefloor tracks. It wasn't easy at first playing mediums of ethnic backgrounds such as Cumbia Paseito, Mento, Avant-Garde Jazz, Funk and hard hitting Electro sounds in North America and Europe, but it's nothing new to intelligent avid listeners since the mid-century. http://ewola.com/andy.htm
DJ Julie D
Beats and breaks, fat bass, a pulsating rythmn that demand attention. Julie D. plays Electro, Dubstep, HardTek and Breakcore Ragga Jungle. She defenelty has her own styles and a good reserve of suprises. Based in her home town of Montreal for the last 7 years, Julie has in the pass collaborated in the studio with Zimo et Ataka of HardTek/Drum'n Bass outfit Zone-33. Julie is also part of various collectives that organizes parties across Montreal. As well as keeping them on the dance floor at home, Julie has made a name for herself in Venezuela. She started her dj career in Amsterdam 15 years ago with Radical Rehousing who became Zilch and continue to this day as Input Records, now based in Barcelona. She has travelled Europe in her 40 year old German army Hanomag truck and played et many parties, overground and underground for many years. So enjoy the musik!!! http://www.myspace.com/djulied
* DJ Jacob Cino
Montreal to Manila - Bayan Muna! is a benefit party for the Montreal delegation to participate in the upcoming People's International Observers Mission (IOM) in the Philippines bringing together grassroots election observers from around the world in the Philippines. People's International Observers Mission is being organized within the context of a systematic campaign of political killings in the Philippines. Hundreds of progressive activists in the Philippines killed according to Amnesty International including journalists, human rights workers, union organizers and student leaders have been systematically targeted by paramilitary and government-backed armed forces.
grassroots information on the Philippines at:
* Bulatlat http://www.bulatlat.com/
* event sponsored by the Centre d'appui aux Philippines / Centre for Philippine Concerns http://cap-cpc.blogspot.com/