Get over it x YayaParty Music & Sound Social/Urban Movements
What happens when the hottest queer Düsseldorf and Wuppertal DJ collectives invite Hoe_mies’ Meg10? It will result in a booty shaking-experience with the seismograph still registering deep into the Bergisches Land.
GetOverIt and YaYa dish out their most succulent delicacies on the glass dancefloor at the FFT, so bring bass hunger and party thirst. seren.a (GetOverIt), Gîn Bali (YaYa) and Meg10 (Hoe_mies) serve up all night, and we don’t care if you make a mess. Come over to us in your most hoe outfits, Düsseldorf night life belongs to us, get over it, yayayani.
The same thing applies to our collab party as it does to everything else: Look after one another, be respectful and active against violation, racism, hostility against queers, sexism, and lookism. If you are overwhelmed by a situation, look for support from the awareness team provided by YaYa e.V. and the FFT.
Gizem Adiyaman aka Meg10 was born in Berlin, where she grew up. Meg10 is a DJ, presenter, political educator, and cofounder of Germany’s most hotly debated femme-focused club night. Her love for Y2K hip hop & RnB and her desire to push female artists are key components in her musical identity. Partygoers have been queuing for her Hoe_mies club night in her hometown of Berlin since 2017 – for a BIPOC, women and LGBTQ-inclusive party, encompassing a broad spectrum of genres from hip hop, dancehall and Afrobeats to electro, house & breakbeat, empowering the guests.
Gîn Bali is a Kurdish-German guitarist, musical educator, promoter, DJ, and producer from Wuppertal, where she majored in classical guitar performance. Her sounds are mainly characterised by her classical training as well as by her connection to RnB, hip hop, and rock music. Gîn Bali feels gender unbound and plays her music genres equally unbound, accompanied by bass, jungle, moombahton, hip hop, classical music, deconstructed club, grime, industria, and Kurdish pop. She works as a promoter herself, founded the Confused label, is on the board of YAYA e.V., and works as a freelance booker and copywriter.
Isabella Forster is a trans DJ, music producer and composer from Düsseldorf. As cofounder and DJ of queer-feminist collective Get Over It, she has been pioneering representation of queer women on stage and behind the decks while also creating safer spaces for FLINT since 2018. Apart from her work as a sound engineer at Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus, she is also an active composer, for instance for pieces that have been presented at tanzhaus nrw and the FFT Düsseldorf. Her first techno track has recently been issued on Düsseldorf label systemctl.global.