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Kampire + Sinistarr

Public Records New York

Thursday, March 10, 2022 10:30 PM


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The language of the drum is a critical component of modern club music. Drums call attention, induce movement and communicate patterns. Ugandan DJ Kampire is a sonic ambassador for East African electronic music. The Nyege Nyege affiliate brings a one of a kind DJ set fusing various genres of modern diasporic club music into joyous dance floor workouts. Known for high speed rhythms, many genres from East Africa share the pulse and character of African American born genres such as juke, footwork, jit, and ghettotech, the last two being from Detroit. Sinistarr grew up hearing these sounds on the local radio and fused them with the sonic palette of jungle and drum and bass. Together, Sinistarr and Kampire will push timeless and of the time rhythms and breaks born of the African diaspora.

Limited tickets will be sold at the door.

COVID-19 Policy:
We will continue to follow CDC + DOH guidelines along with additional safety measures to ensure everyone's comfort in the space. PR staff will be tested + masked and we encourage guests to do the same as much as possible [along with showing proof of vaccination + ID for entry as always], to be respectful of those around them, and to remain masked when interacting with staff. We encourage guests to also mask throughout the night except when drinking.
In accordance with NYC guidelines, all audiences will be required to show proof of vaccination + ID for Sound Room entry. Some examples of proof of vaccination include the NYC COVID Safe App, Excelsior Pass, CDC Vaccination Card [or photo], NYC Vaccination Record, or an official immunization record from outside NYC or the U.S.

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This is a 21+ event.


Public Records

233 Butler St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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