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Speaking to The Face ahead of the event, Red Koffee argues: “[The Paris scene] was too segmented. When we go out, we want music from distinct music scenes, from distinct countries and distinct towns and distinct movements. A nice fusion of all that.”
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Red Koffee is due to play from 10:PM – 11:PM this Thursday, livestreamed by Mixmag. The sub-headline set takes place before a takeover from French rapper BU$HI and Leicester’s Sainté.
The party will go ahead in an unexpected warehouse space at the heart of Paris on January 19 – just a hop, skip and a jump from the Gare de Lyon – to celebrate the launch of New Balance’s We Got Now project.
We Got Now explores the best in alternative and underground music. Giving a platform to up-and-coming talent, New Balance does it in style – throwing their hat into the ring of cultural ambassadors.
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Made up of seven members, 99GINGER is a growing collective taking the Paris dance music sphere by storm with a regular slot on NTS Radio, city-wide parties, and a forthcoming residency at London’s KOKO through April.
“We’re the generation of change,” says 99GINGER’s Kirou. “France is pretty conservative, musically and otherwise. It’s house music for white people. I listen to a lot of house music, but that scene was not inclusive.”
Join us at 49 Bd Diderot, 75012, Paris, on January 19, 2023, from 8:30PM until 12:30AM to catch Sainté, Leys, 99GINGER, and Bu$hi, or catch the livestream over on our Facebook page or on MixmagTV.
Sign up for guestlist below, and read the full cover from The Face here.
Written by: Tim Hopkins