CLUB BALKAN FEVER !!! Presents for the first Time in Finland
DJ PRINSEN PAULISTA (BALKAN BEAT PARTY EUROPE) ( Nor) Original village disko!
& BALKAN FEVER Hosts BORZIN&LEVY
TICKETS 12 € pre sale from www.digelius.fi (Cash only )
Time 21.00 - 03.00
Date : Saturday 04.09.
Location: Dubrovnik Eerikinkatu 11 ( Downstairs of Corona Bar ) Helsinki
5 years ago, something happened to the nightlife in Oslo - Balkan Beat
Party (BBP) was born in the hands of Dj Prinsen Paulista. Since then
nightlife has changed, into a more eclectic, folky image. Hip Hop and
house had to step aside for music from the Balkans.
Prinsen Paulista`s fascination with horn blowers and tuba beats,
proved wrong all speculations, saying that brass music and gypsy pop
is not suited for the dance floor. The result was and still are a
heated, humorous, wild and beautiful village party in the hippest partof Oslo.
A few donkey months later Paulista`s BBP had expanded to Bergen,
Gothenburg, Copenhagen and Stockholm and even exists today as one of
these cities most original and funky club-concept.
Paulista will give you the other side of Balkan, the original folk
sound, the one not exported, in other word the authentic sound. Expect
a mix of Romanian Manele (pop) and Lautari (Trad.) Bulgarian coceks.
Jugo-hits from the past and present, Gypsy pop, Trubaci (Brass) ,
greek syrtakis and Turkish delights.
Prinsen Paulista serves you a rhythm chase wilder than thousands of
donkeys, a stronger experience than bean stew with cabbage and chili.
Paulista takes you to the Balkan highlands, in the time between
weddings and funerals, running from neighbor to neighbor in search of
more plum brandy, while being chased by a huge brass orchestra.
In 2009 Prinsen Paulista became the first European DJ ever to play at
the legendary brass festival - GUCA in Serbia, with the invitation
from Boban & Marko Markovic Orkestar. The past years Paulista has
organised gigs and played with artists like Mahala Rai Banda, Fanfare
,Boban Markovic, Balkan Beat Box, Shantel, and presented and
given time on stage for other great Scandinavian Balkan-acts.