Nomads Guinea – Actual projects
Economical support and local teachers formation for Audio/video courses
Free Internet station
Cinemá ambulant free cineforum on african emigration topic
Donation of French schoolbooks
Who make the project possible
Nomads: Selforganized colletifs network of volountary workers self financed trought events in open spaces.
Notre Monde: no profit ngo, acrobatic dance school for homeless.
Junior Art Club: no profit ngo, Accra Ghana, partners in self financing events.
Tina Fan, Guinea Conakry.
Kaometric Soliparty for Nomads Guinée
Benefit for 2014′s projects in Guinea Conakry
Friday the 20th of September … @ Köpi Berlin
Line up :
Egon Frinz – Ambient (Cagliostro – DE)
Oxoa Necronauts – Necrostep (Kaometry – SP)
LLamatron – Warstep (Peace Off/Ruff/Kaometry – FR)
Itzi – Bouncing Tribe (Monotonsystem – DE)
Johnny Sideways – Industrial Hardtek/Hardcore (Kaotek Wreckords – UK)
Stazma The Junglechrist Idm/Breakcore (Peace Off/Acroplane – Fr)
Xeroderman – Idm/Breakcore (Kaometry/Mozyk/Sociopath rec – BE)
TaOuch – Hardtek (Kaometry – DE)
Video Installation by sansculotte (hirntrust)
Sound support by Monotonsystem
All graphics made by Dstry Trxh
Originally from the Breakcore scene, LLamatron is now claiming the Warstep term by producing a non-conventional hard dubstep music, savage and chaotic at the same time.
After a first EP, Mirror of War, on Accomodus, he joined the Peace Off label where his second EP, Ave Llama, came to life. Last fall, he started a new project with UK artist Gore Tech, and finished the soon-to-be-released Warhound EP on Rotator’s label.
His stunning rhythms and saturated bass will not leave you cold-hearted, but instead insufflate you a strong insane will to destroy your neighbor. enjoy life! – or survival?
After making an impact on the UK’s underground scene around the turn of the century, Johnny made his vinyl début in 2003 on acid techno label Dirtbomb records, though by this time was already developing the harder, breakbeat infused tekno sound he would become renowned for, taking in influences from Hardcore Techno and the European Tribe/Hardtek sounds he was playing while DJ’ing for the legendary Desert Storm Soundsystem.
In 2005 he formed his own label Kaotek Wreckords, as an outlet for the hybrid sounds he and others were producing. Now having played countless livesets in destinations all over Europe, and a back catalogue spanning 10 years on labels such as Tekiteazy, Electrokanibal, Absolute Rhythm and more, Johnny Sideways chews up and spits out genres into a living wall of sound..improvised, upfront and engaging..a purists nightmare..and devastating on the dancefloor.
Stazma The Junglechrist
If Breakcore is dead, then Stazma the Junglechrist is the resurrection!
Hailing from the same French stock as Monster X, Rotator and the infamous Peace Off imprint, Julien Guillot has been smashing up raves all across Europe since his first release on Peace Off in 2008 and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Having taken the early breakcore ethos of genre mashing and amen splicing, Julien delivers his sound of rave, gabber, jungle and dub with a modern, tight production that seems synonymous with the French these days.
As well as making a name for himself with releases on Meganeural, Structural Damage and Peace Off, it is Stazma’s live show which displays his work best. A frenetic, yet finely tuned assault on the senses.
“It’s really very energetic, efficient and has all the elements to both kick out your sissy friends out of the club and make the rest party till late after dawn. Stormy, ravy breakcore.” Nic (Ad Noiseam)
Young belgian breakcore/IDM producer, Xeroderman started out in 2008.
Of influences going from the punk hardcore to the classical music, he participates in several compilations, spotted, among others, by labels Mozyk and Peace Off, and should soon bring out his first EP soon on Kaometry.
He’s slowly making his name and a place in the middle, and we can certainly believe that it is one of the most promising figures of the Belgian breakcore, to follow, thus, without moderation!
24th july 2013 Pizza + Kino
Vegan soli Pizza for Nomads
21.00 Uhr Kino:
“We are the wind” – docu about the struggles against Windparks in the Istmo de Tehuantepec, region in southern Mexico and the true about green energies. Eng subtitles
“Life for gold. ReColonization and Resistance in Central America” – docu about mining multinational corporations that are invading Central America. The struggle is just beginning.. Eng subtitles
Grünbergerstr. 73, 10245 Berlin
7th june 2013
Koepenicker Strasse 137, Berlin
Infostand,vj dj and live set Benefit for Nomads projekts 2014
Serata ballereccia per finanziare i progetti della PIRATA in Messico.
Perchè, come diceva Emma Goldman, “Se non posso ballare, allora non è la mia rivoluzione!”
URBAN SNAKES (militant d&b da Napoli)
JUNGLE RIOTS (d&b da Bologna)
Special Guest: RUDEBOY e SOROTON…
L’evento vuole essere un punto di informazione internazionalista dei progetti che i tre gruppi che operano in Messico, Guinea Conakry, e Marocco, stanno sviluppando in cooperazione e supporto ai popoli in resistenza.
La tre giorni supportata dallo Spazio Pubblico XM24 di Bologna, dove il collettivo è nato, si articolerà attraverso proiezioni video, mostre fotografiche, discussioni, info point e sarà un momento per far conoscere la nostra attività di questi ultimissimi anni.
Inoltre uno degli obbiettivi principali è quello di farci conoscere non solo al pubblico esterno, ma anche alle compagne ed ai compagni di XM24 che vogliono entrare a più stretto contatto con i nostri progetti. A questo proposito apriamo infatti l’invito al workshop interno del pomeriggio di Venerdì 26 anche ai frequentatori dei collettivi di XM24.
Internationalism and grassroots cooperation
20.00 Uhr: Vokü (vegane Solipizza)
21.00 Uhr: Nomads Africa präsentiert “Cinéma Ambulant Projet” (Travelling Cinema Project)
21.30 Uhr Doku: “Donka, Radioscope d’un hopital africaine” (Guinea 1997, Thierry Michel, 59 Min., frz. m. engl. UT) – Donka Hospital in Conakry, Guinea – the largest public hospital in the country – is similar to many African hospitals. Built in 1959 just before independence, it was designed based on a European model, with little consideration for the realities of Africa. The most important hospital in the country, its plight typifies the crisis affecting the entire African health sector. Over the years the hospital has accumulated substantial debt that neither the Guinean state nor international agencies will pay. Compelled to develop its financial autonomy, the hospital enforces a pay-as-you-go policy. This financial strategy is rigorously applied, but at a high human cost. In this hospital of last resort, families strive to save a child or parent, but without money, there are no drugs and little chance for survival. Revenues rise, but access to treatment diminishes.As we follow the floor-to-floor progress of patients, their families, doctors and nurses, portraits alternate to form a living chronicle where tragedy meets hope.