The year 2017
We love with adventure and new understandings..as the old world builds walls
We enter new dimensions..
We love beyond race colours
We find balance and energy as multiples of +/-
The push pull from outside only makes the dance more danceable❤️
This setup is of old Skool build
“Oldbuild “ so emotions electric blow your house down voodoo ray can be made from scratch in front of your face
How can you get more live “raw”
Today Athens @enterafrofuturism
18:45-19:15 A Guy Called Gerald: Ιn conversation with Black Athena
Since the late 80s, producer and dj A Guy Called Gerald has been at the centre of the UK’s club scene and club culture. Drawing early influences from his Jamaican roots, he danced in Manchester’s vibrant club scene in the early 80s, immersed himself into Electro, B-Boy culture and became an instrumental figure in both Acid House and Jungle.
What is the common thread that runs all through these different styles and forms, what was the role of the new digital technologies first made widely available at the time, what inspiration did he draw from science fiction at the time? Did the new cultures and technologies offer a new type of escapism for young people coming through at the time?
Some are so casual about violence
They have become pompous fuck heads..
Toying around with guns in public
Is this not a threat of violence
Where’s the love..
Me? I should tiptoe around so I don’t disturb the racist and those who think it’s ok they exist..
Peace is not throwing guns around
It’s a celebration of violence.
You glee at the thought of killing strangers
And sell your vision to your sons and daughters
As you make profit by arms deals even with those you plan to strike