Initiatives for gender equality must always be celebrated, especially when they occur in a universe that we love so much: that of electronic music.
In its second edition, Mov.E Wonder promotes a space for DJs and production companies to show that a woman’s place is where she wants – especially in pick-ups. At the Modular Space, on the 1st of February, the main track is 100% feminine and has Techno icons.
MOV.E WONDER RETURNS IN EDITION WITH LINE-UP DEDICATED TO WOMEN
The electrifying Fatima Hajji is the gringa called to bring its striking sound to warm up the Brazilian climate even more. The track will take a closer look at the multicultural influences in the groovy set of the Spanish woman with Arab ancestry.
A lover of nature and animals, as well as a businesswoman and owner of three record labels, the artist completes more than 20 years of career with visits to numerous countries and great success in Europe, with presence in renowned clubs (such as Fabric and Tresor) and festivals ( such as Awakenings and Tomorrowland).
Fatima gives African and Latin elements to break the borders, and all this can be felt in its unique presentation in the country.
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With sensitivity and versatility, BLANCAh is one of the headliners of the event, which radiates an identity marked by melodic productions that present peculiar soundscapes, with great self expression.
The artist began her journey in music at the age of 16, but it was in 2014 that she consolidated her path, standing out nationally and internationally and taking high flights in several countries, while maintaining the commitment to remain faithful to her origins. She recently released an EP on the iconic record label Renaissance.
Another legend of the Brazilian tracks for two decades is Eli Iwasa, which divides itself as a DJ, producer and businesswoman, owner of Club 88 and Caos. The artist also performs at Mov.E Wonder coming from a record year of performances, among them at DGTL Brasil and BAUM Festival in Colombia.
From documentary to the creation of a soundtrack for a fashion show, the multifaceted artist carries the weight of her solid career and her commitment to building the national electronic scene for the construction of her performance.
The power of women in electronic music
The da Mov.E Wonder also has Fernanda Pistelli, Clara Amaral, Bellatriz and Samia Gribl in the pick-ups of the main stage, while the label santista Perpetua comes directly from the coast of São Paulo to provide a minimal sound to the event. This track still brings the gringo
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