Nagu elus ikka, tuleb vahel aeg maha võtta, puhata ja mõtteid koguda, et veel suurema innuga edasi minna. Meie igatahes oleme nüüd puhanud. Ja tahame jätkata täpselt sealt kust pooleli jätsime. Tahame teieni tuua maailma parima ja värskeima muusika ning uued ja huvitavad artistid. Seega olete kõik oodatud oktoobri alguses ülimaitsvat hingetoitu nautima, mida serveerivad:

Blu Mar Ten Music, Hospital Records

R2, Tjuun In

ning Sublime’i usinad residendid:




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Pilet: FB attendiga enne südaööd 5€, muidu 8€.
Uksed: 23:00

Kimyan Law’st lähemalt:

Just 20 years old, Kimyan Law, (real name Nico Mpunga), belongs to the African Diaspora. The son of a Congolese father and Austrian mother, Mpunga resides in Vienna, unable until recently to return to his homeland due to the devastating Congolese Civil War.
Born on Christmas Day 1994, Mpunga was a melancholic child. A lone black youth studying in all-white environments he was a victim of racism; a difficult and depressing atmosphere which led him to find respite and consolation in music. Making recordings using instruments improvised from trash he soon graduated from using wood, glass and his own voice to a mastery of drums, piano, marimba and flute, channeling his childhood difficulties into creation.
At the age of 12 Mpunga started exploring the possibilities of electronic music, experimenting with primitive looping on a PSP and then pursuing audio-engineering courses, learning so fast he rapidly started tutoring others. The last couple of years have seen Kimyan Law blossom into the artist we see before us today. Deep explorations into his African roots have led him to create complex mosaics of ancient sound with modern aesthetics. A true ‘artist’ rather than the all-too-common ‘engineer’ found in modern electronica, Mpunga constantly talks of the meaning and imagery in his music, referring to his tracks as ‘portraits’.
It will come as no surprise that Mpunga’s highly visual sensibilities do not stop at sound. He is also a painter, graphic designer and video director. A true polymath, a genuine prodigy.
Kimyan Law’s music is a thing of rare beauty. Having its roots in Drum & Bass it flies far beyond the confines of that often-formulaic genre, expanding sonic ranges and disrupting standard arrangements. Mpunga incorporates African instruments and influences into his high-tech set up, achieving a rare organic and human quality amongst the cold electronics. Glittering cascades of tuned percussion are expertly weaved into layers of state-of-the-art bass and the result is a stunning array of romantic and cinematic music that, with its sheer humanity, seduces everyone who experiences it.


  • R 9. oktoober 23:00


  • R 9. oktoober 23:00