The powerful band from Buenos Aires has been touring Europe for over 14 years – always seducing us with their cocktail of cumbia, rock, and hip hop, with critical and reflective lyrics that talk about fun, love and it’s opposite, and their passion for creative leisure and dance.

Their latest album “Fiesteria” was released in spring 2023 and remains loyal to the Cumbia, but also walks on new paths including more electronical vibes and urban styles – the five musicians once again entered new musical terrain.

“The spectacular beats promise change – here and now. But at the same time, the Cumbia rhythm keeps everything balanced and seductive.” (SPEX)


“Kumbia Queers not only masterfully wove harder edge rhythms and danceable grooves, but they also did it with undeniable showmanship. There’s a little bit of a musical cultural shock when you first see the punk-rock clad women suddenly synchronize their dance moves on stage—cumbia style. There was head banging and hip swaying. It’s not your grandmother’s cumbia.”


The story goes back to the year 2007 where these musicians got bored of the punk rock scene, and decided to do something completely different: Cumbia. What started out as something just for fun, led eventually to the formation of Kumbia Queers.

They describe their style as 1000% Tropi Punk – a wild mixture of Afro-Cuban and Latin American Cumbia influences, queerness and punk spirit. At a time when the electronic and world music scenes from New York to Europe are in the process of discovering Cumbia music, the chicas are reinterpreting Latin American heart-ache and macho posturings, bringing fun and politics together in their own wild style.

Booking worldwide except Latin America.


Mal Élevé takes his artistcal name seriously: his music is “badly behaved” – it doesn’t follow the rules and goes against the norm. The former lead singer of Irie Révoltés doesn’t hesitate for long, but goes straight to the barricades. His songs are a declaration of war against fascism, capitalism and sexism and at the same time a call for global solidarity. For Mal Élevé, political protest and solidarity are inextricably linked. This sense of community can be felt at his concerts. With his mixture of reggae, dancehall, ska, rap and punk, he gets the audience going crazy until the festival site shakes.

No wonder: Mal Élevé has been at home on stage for 20 years. He was on the road with his band Irie Révoltés until 2017. The musicians galvanised thousands of people far beyond Germany, from small demonstrations to large festival stages. Irie Révoltés spread the message that we can live a utopia – if we fight for it together. Mal Élevé is now continuing on this path as a solo artst. After Mal Élevé released his solo debut album “Résistance mondiale” in 2020, he knows no stopping. He rocks concert after concert with his band and delivers new music at the same time. Most recently, the “Dream” EP was released together with singer Osy, with whom he has shared the stage for several years. A new album is in the making produced by the legendary producer team of Irievibratons. In 2024, Mal Élevé and Osy will realise their dream of a fairer future together.


80’s sound meets dark techno – beautiful and unsightly. Melodies like splashes of paint on rough concrete. A touch of Darkwave from the 80’s with the danceability and hardness of the current Berlin techno are merged in a live performance with analogue hardware gear. Nomi Elektra, composer, live performer and music producer has created her unique techno sound.

She played in several clubs in and around Berlin, Germany like Mensch Meier, About Blank, Grießmühle and has performed on bigger festivals like Artlake Festival, Fusion Festival & AT.Tension – just to name some of the bigger ones.


Fasten your seatbelts: With Six Six Seven you can either loose yourself to his dark and brumous but very invoking mixture of dubstep and drum n bass or go on a time travel through 40 years of punk rock history. Both type of sets invite people to freak out, be it at parties, festivals, open airs or in industrial basements.