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Que pensez-vous d’un système de son mobile jouant des disques de vinyle sur un tricycle dans des lieux publics?
Ne pensez pas trop car il existe !! En effet, le Tupicycle existe depuis 2013 (deux tables tournantes, un mixer et un haut-parleur adapté sur un tricycle Schwinn des années 60), il joue dans des soirées estivales gratuites et en plein air.
Portant des poids lourds autour de la ville depuis tout ce temps, le TupiCycle est en fin de vie…
Pour remédier à son bien-être, nous lançons une campagne de socio financement pour le pimper afin de débuter la saison 2017 en beauté!!
TUPI COLLECTIVE – SOIRÉE DE FINANCEMENT TUPICYCLE
SOIRÉE CHAUDE 100% VINYLE AVEC DES GROOVES BRÉSILIENS. FORRÓ / CARIMBÓ / HIPHOP / SAMBAROCK / ELECTRONIC / SOUL / FUNK
- Projections visuelles Tupi
- Déco spécial
8$ (4 $ vont à la campagne Tupicycle)
What about a mobile tricycle sound system that plays vinyl records on public spaces?
Dont think too much, It exists! The Tupicycle has been around since 2013 (two turntables, a mixer and a speaker adapted on a Schwinn 60′s tricycle) playing on summer’s free and open air parties.
Carring heavy weight around the city during all that time, last summer, the Schwinn tricycle died. To make him healthy again we are releasing a crownd funding campaing to pimp it up!
TUPI COLLECTIVE – TUPICYCLE FUNDING PARTY
A HOT 100% VINYL PARTY WITH GROOVY BRAZILIAN RECORDS. FORRÓ / CARIMBÓ / HIPHOP / SAMBAROCK / ELECTRONIC / SOUL / FUNK
- Tupi visual projection
- Special decoration
8$ (4$ going to the Tupicycle Campaign)
Created in August 2012 by Marcus Freitas (Dj Mks) and Wallace Roza (Dj Skambo), who are known as the « Tupi Collective». They’re deejays who have started a music project that explores the different rhythms of Brazilian music.
The duo are vinyl collectors that have invested their time in building a collection of many Brazilian records, that explores all genres of their native grooves. From reggae to samba, to hip-hop to forró, plus an amalgamation of new and old school Brazilian rhythms, the collective mixes a diaspora of styles in their sets which takes their fans on a tropical journey. Their avid listeners and fans are very enthusiatic about their projects and parties, displaying an array of dialects that are a lot more than just bossa nova and samba rhythms.
The concept, goes beyond their monthly parties which includes showcases such as the OIMC – Ottawa International Music Conference 2015, Mapp Festival 2016, Mural Festival 2015/2016, Pop Montreal Festival 2015/ 2016, Marché des Possibles 2016, Jardins Gamelin 2015/2016, Village au Pied du Courrant 2015, Uma Nota Festival Toronto 2015/2016, Montreal Jazz Fest 2015, Weekend du Monde Festival 2013, Nuit Blanche Festival 2014, gigs at Théatre Fairmount, La Sala Rosa, Le Bleury Bar, Groove Nation, Divan Orange and Casa del Popolo between some others.
The Tupi Collective monthly parties welcomes deep collectors of Brazilian sounds, as well bands that bring Tropical rhythms to the stage. The music serves an up beat tempo to their clientelle, which examplifies the true essence of Brazilian culture The collective has opened acts and invited well known artists as Quantic (NY), Nickodemus (NY), Captain Planet (LA), Joel Stones (NY), Greg Caz (NY), Dj Jonathan Kim (LA), Mundo Livre S/A (BR), A Man Called Warwick (TO), Nomadic Massive (MTL), Voyage Funktastique (MTL), Dj Andy Williams (MTL), Nego Moçambique (BR), Dj Don Mescal (MTL), David Ryshpan (MTL) Rommel Ribeiro (BR-MTL), Dj Lexis (MTL), Dj Kobal (MTL), Canicule Tropicale (MTL), Vovô Saramanda (MTL), Diogo Ramos (BR), João Lenhari (BR) and many others.