UMA presents DJ Katapila (Awesome Tapes From Africa) + 06NRG + Axm3d
Friday, September 1, Food at 18:00 / doors open 21:00, entrance: €12,50, get tickets
DJ Katapila (Awesome Tapes From Africa) straight outta Accra.
Katapila started out as a funeral DJ in Ghana, and blends an unlikely selection of music into something utterly danceable. Expect hiplife, Ghanaian gospel, ’90′s house, and Detroit techno, mixed and maimed, while Katapila himself, toasts and drums his way through. Named after the truck that keeps on going, his sets are said to never end. We don’t mind, really.
More to be confirmed…
Limited capacity, pre-sale only
Uma is a given name in various cultures.
In Sranantongo ‘uma’ means woman, just like ‘uman’ in Krio.
In India, it is the name of the Hindu goddess, who is more commonly known as Parvati. In Sanskrit the word umā can further mean “tranquillity”, “splendour”, “fame” and “night”.
In Hebrew and Aramaic its meaning is “nation”.
It is also used by the Tiv people of Cameroon and Nigeria where the meaning in the Tiv language is “life”. The name Uma is also popular in the Otukpo subgroup of the Idoma people of Nigeria and the meaning in the Idoma language is “to shine”.
Uma in Balinese language means rice fields.