pop dat Pompom x hhintersection x Formation Now
Past Event
pop dat Pompom x hhintersection x Formation Now
hhintersection.net web launch!

line up:

  • badbadassass
  • bbblue666
  • Nas Tea
  • Slimgirl Fat
  • Senu
  • yung_womb

pop dat POMPOM together with hhintersection take over the stage at Formation Now.

Dj sets and performances by femme and queer artists.

reggaeton dancehall rnb hiphop techno ballroom anthem

badbadassass is the dj project of artist and initiator of POMPOM Astrid Kajsa Nylander.

bbblue666 dj and performer co-initiator of POMPOM and part of One Mother.

Nas Tea performance, multimedia artist and co-organizer at FormationNow.

Slimgirl Fat (vocalist/ producer) is a small fish in a big pond. You might know her through her projects Gaddafi Gals and Nalan381. Slimgirl Fat loves what comes around – just as J. Timberlake does – and so her music sounds like. At the end of 2018 she released her debut EP 𝘶𝘨𝘭𝘺. Right now she is working on some new material. Her sound „is an emotional collapse of improvised gesture“. Now and then she uses to serve her favorites on the decks.

Senu after a month-long time out in Lisbon SENU fell in love with a mix of African and Brazilian sounds, combined with contemporary Electronic music. The nights out in Portugal inspired her to bring that sound back home. Enjoying the diversity of music culture and influences in Berlin her taste is consequently evolving. Her selection has an bass heavy focus, mixing global sounds like Afro Beats, Gqom, Kuduro and Baile Funk with UK sounds and Trap.

yung_womb best dj in Hamburg.

Website launch for hhintersection.net

hhintersection is an online-based art mediation project focusing on topics of diversity and encouraging experimentation in the institution and beyond.

pop dat POMPOM is a line of parties initiated by Marvin Moises Almaraz Dosal and Astrid Kajsa Nylander with the goal to create a space for femme/queer artist and djs to feel safe and grind together. If you are straight/white/cis-man and want to come to the party, please respect our premises and if you feel you can't - please stay at home!