The Syrian-born and Groningen-based Fafi Abdel Nour has been a steady house-hold name at Gronigen’s OOST. Next to holding down the fort in OOST as a resident, he is co-founder of the queer night HOMOOST. The night that became known for breaking down barriers with a colorful approach. Sound-wise, Fafi Abdel Nour doesn’t adhere to all the waves of electronic music and doesn’t do clichés. Instead, you can find him pushing a sound undetermined and in no way restrained, as it is unmistakably refreshing and decided. Deep and organic but accompanied by dramatic melodies, Italian rarities, disco and beyond. With a stand-out set at De School just recently, Fafi Abdel Nour has been quickly carving his way to the top, putting Groningen on the map as well as being part of that new generation busy names on the national circuit. Suze Ijó‘s love for music, dancing and bringing people together, led her to collect records, visit and organize lots of parties and events. She used to be a member of the First Floor crew from Rotterdam, which organizes private parties inspired by iconic places such as The Loft (NYC), in their space just outside of Rotterdam. At this venue, Suze Ijó also started playing records. She loves all kinds of music, as long as it brings good grooves and vibes. Taking his name from the Zulu language, Daniel Schey aka Mculo is at the forefront of the intertwining dance and electronic music scene. Raised in London and now residing in Berlin, he links continent with continent, creating distinctive rhythms and melodies which take elements from traditional African sounds and mold them with a forward-thinking techno sensibility. Alongside artist Alexander James, Mculo runs and solely releases on ‘Roots By The Oder’, a label linking his musical productions with Alexanders artwork.