The Munich-based international sound collector plays a special set with a focus on crisp Persian pop vinyl from Iran's pre-revolutionary period. A vibrant and female-dominated music scene combined the poetic roots of Persian poetry with odd 6/8 rhythms and the equipment that defined rock and pop around the world in the '60s and '70s.
The result is unique and sounds like nothing else in the world. This music scene was wiped out or driven into exile, but its vision lives on to this day and beyond, in nostalgia or hope for brighter days. This set will make you dance and cry at the same time.
DJ Booty Carrell aka Sebastian Reier is not only a world-traveling vinyl archaeologist, but is also responsible for the music program at the Munich Kammerspiele and runs his own bi-weekly radio show “Groovie Shizzl” on ByteFM.
All events are part of the “Three Days to Liberation” festival, curated by Maryam Palizban and Constanza Macras | DorkyPark in cooperation with the Volksbühne at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
With the support of the Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion.