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Upon releasing their debut album, Farafi gave an interview at Deutschlandfunk Kultur radio and Mathias Mauersberg.

They talked about their cultural and musical backgrounds, their meeting in Goa, their love for African music and how all this is encompassed in "Calico Soul" . An album that weaves the magic and inspiration of different cultures and experiences in its music, raw and natural, resembling 'Calico' - a fabric from southwest India similar to cotton in a mid-processed stage.

Listen or read the interview in the links below!

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Thank you all for joining us, it was a night to remember!

A colorful and vibrant crowd joined us at Badehaus on Nov 13 and literally shook the dance floor with their energy, turning a quiet Wednesday night to a Saturday night fever!

The event began with Urubu Marinka on the decks playing a chill-out tropical set, before Farafi appeared on stage. Enchanting vocals, percussive sounds and a groovy mood, they gave a powerful performance. Darlini played the ngoni, one of the earliest instrument of West African music and Joy the Moroccan krakebs, an instrument used in Gnawa music and they were joined on stage by a group of musicians: Max Shchedrovitzki on electric ud, Leo Barreto on E-Bass, Pierluigi Ciaccio on drums and Milad Khawam on the trumpet. A musical combination balancing between...

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We are excited to announce that Farafi's debut album is now available worldwide on a 180g Vinyl and CD format!

Born on the streets of India, with roots around the globe,"Calico Soul" is a hymn to freedom, humanity and unity, the kind of music that touches a very primitive place in one's soul. "Music is a caravan in a nomadic life" say Farafi and this is the spirit encompassed in their sound as they have they drawn inspiration from all around the world- from Africa to Middle East to India.



The abum is also streaming online and you can listen to it on Bandcamp//Spotify // iTunes // DEEZER and more

We are celebrating the release with a concert at Badehaus on November 13 - join us for a night filled with dance and groovy sounds!!

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The time has finally come to celebrate the debut album release of Farafi! Join us for a night filled with dance and groovy sounds!

On November 13, Badehaus Berlin will be shaken by the exotic, upbeat tunes of this powerful female duo. "Music is a caravan in a nomadic life" Joy and Darlini say, and they intend to carry us away into a musical journey from Goa, where it all started for them, to Berlin and into embracing the timeless message of "Calico Soul", that of hope, togetherness and freedom. Don't forget to come early but also stay for the after-party because the DJ set is curated by Urubu Marinka and her tropical, electronic taste.

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Doors open: 20h
DJ set / Urubu Marinka (VOODOOHOP): 20h
Concert starts: 21h
pre-selling 10€ | at the door 13€

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Come early...

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Mark your calendars! The Klezmatics, one of our most beloved bands, are coming in town! On November 13, the Rykestrasse Synagogue will be hosting their klezmer tunes and beats.

The Klezmatics met in 1986 in Manhattan. They gained broad recognitions beyond the New York scene after performing at Berlin’s Heimatklänge Festival in 1988 and a year later they recoded their debut album Shvaygn = toyt with Piranha. Their music is deeply rooted in Jewish spiritualism and Eastern European tradition while incorporating musical influences from Arab to African and Balkan to gospel. In their numerous releases the last 30 years they have created a provocative, reflective, and ecstatic music and they have touched topics such as social rights and anti-fundamentalism.

So save the date, now once again...

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