NikNak - Sankofa Tour
+ support from XANA
One of DJ Mag’s ‘Ones to Watch 2022’, award-winning DJ and Turntablist NikNak presents her exciting new project, Sankofa.
An immersive sound and visual experience, Sankofa explores the narrative of a young black woman, Afrofuturism and her comic book heroes.
Sharing the screen with images of her childhood superhero, Storm, NikNak creates a new sonic world and realises her superhuman abilities through Turntablism.
With live improvised Turntablism NikNak sculpts soundscapes that combine with visual artist Loëpa’s imagery, including illustrations, references to comic book heroes and manipulated live film footage.
The use of surround sound and the live interplay between visuals and audio creates a unique sound world to explore. If you have ever wanted to walk into a comic book and experience it through sound and vision, this is your chance.
A member of the Eve’s Drop DJ Collective, NikNak is a ground-breaking multidisciplinary artist and became the first Black Turntablist in history to win the illustrious Oram Award in 2020. The album Sankofa releases on music tech label Inventing Waves on Fri 1 Jul.
Support comes from live loop musician XANA.
Co-presented by Bristol Beacon & Saffron Records
Start Time: 19:30
“From her genre-defying mixes and leftfield collaborations to her ambient compositions and bespoke turntablism style, this Oram Award winner is in a proverbial league of her own”
DJ Mag Artists to Watch 2022
Getting to the venue
Location: Strange Brew is located on Fairfax Street, a short distance from Broadmead Shopping Quarter (160m) and the west end of Castle Park (160m).
Address: Strange Brew, 10-12 Fairfax St, Bristol BS1 3DB
Bicycle racks can be found outside Strange Brew on Fairfax Street and Nelson Street. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
There is limited on street parking available outside the venue and paid parking available behind the venue at the NCP Car Park (All Saints Street).
Bristol Clean Air Zone
Strange Brew is inside the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.
The closest bus stops are Nelson Street (100m) and Union Street (160m).
Strange Brew is wheelchair accessible with step-free level access throughout. Lowered bar serving points and disabled access viewing areas are available
Accessible toilets are available.
Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are welcome in the venue.
There is no induction loop facility at this venue.
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