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In a world full of rappers claiming to be one of a kind, Le1f (born Khalif Diouf) is a real deal original, a fascinatingly complicated personality full of seeming contractions. He’s a Manhattan native who studied ballet and modern dance, and eventually earned a degree in dance from Wesleyan before returning to the city to become a rapper. He’s an out and proud gay MC whose style is rooted in Tunnel bangers from a less socially enlightened era of hip-hop. He’s a producer who’s responsible for the beat behind Das Racist’s “Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell”, a fashion icon promoting a “hoodrat Tumblr aesthetic,” and Internet personality on a transcendental quest to become a living digital avatar. “The fabric of my life is a sexy fucking textile,” he brags on “Yup,” from his debut mixtape, Dark York, and obviously that’s no joke.

Le1f has one foot in the glossy Bling Era rap hits that he came to age on and one foot in the downtown electronic scene where he developed as an artist, and Dark York is true to both sides of his heritage. The beats (by Le1f, Nguzunguzu, Matt Shadetek, and what Le1f refers to as “Soundcloud guys and Internet friends”) refuse to settle into easy categories like “rap” or “dance,” and Le1f’s muscular, hyperarticulate flow handily disposes of any misconceptions that he’s anything less than than a legitimate rapper.


Felicita is the musical alias of Dominik Dvorak. Particlarly influenced by his time spent studying classical Chinese music in Beijing, Felicita creates a social/sonic space in which various different musical ideas can interact. Drawing from the palettes of Bassline, Grime, 21st century pop, and at times basically sounding like a digital reincarnation of 16th century court music, Felicita’s live performances attempt to present a reflection of the chaos of contemporary reality. Instruments typically used include the Sheng, Guqin, Hulusi, Pipa, Erhu.

All advance tickets for this show are completely SOLD OUT. There will be limited entrance first come first served from 9pm, dependent on availability.


01 Nov 2012



33-35 Stoke Newington Road
N16 8BJ


free (limited tickets)

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