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Friday 24 January

360 Degrees & The Friends Foundation present

Theo Parrish

Start

23:00

Ticket prices

€12 (early BIRD) / €14 (pre-sale)

Tickets

360 Degrees is a night with house as its foundation, although detours to obscure Afrobeat, disco, boogie and electronica are made as well. On January 24, 2020, five years after they tore down the BIRD dance floor together, the all-star line-up of Theo Parrish and Thelonious is up for bat once again.

No one can whip up a dance floor like Theo Parrish, with his unique mix of disco, soulful house, techno, soul and boogie. He grew up listening to musicians like Miles Davis, Nina Simone and Jimi Hendrix, but also George Gershwin. After obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Sound Sculpture at the KCAI in Kansas City he moved to Detroit, where he played an active part in the underground house scene. It was here that he grew into the most versatile DJ of the world (and probably the universe). It was quiet around the legend for a while, but earlier this year Theo released an EP with members of Hiatus Koyote, and his single ‘This is For You’ promises only good things for his new record Wuddaji, which will be released soon and which will undoubtedly blow BIRD away. Mark your calendars!

Line-up

Theo Parrish
Thelonious

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