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Magazine

30 March 2020
My fantasy is to be body-poetry in the voices of others

Ikram Bouloum

My fantasy is to be body-poetry in the voices of others: a special playlist for A*DESK with tracks by ju ca, crystallmess, TAYHANA, dj lostboi, Colin Self, Pelada, JOVENDELAPERLA, Terza Rimah, Loraine James, Lafawndah, Linn Da Quebrada y Pininga, Maral, Ana Caprix y Kamixlo, Julietta Ferrari, mapalma, and Tadleeh.

Of Moroccan parents and born in Torelló, Ikram has been living in Barcelona for eight years, where she has developed her artistic facet as a DJ playing in most of the clubs and parties of the city. Her sessions are conceived as a form of narrative, a type of sound literature, and her club utopia is a polyphonic space where many voices are represented at the same time.

She forms part of the renovated Sala Vol in Barcelona and, together with Isamit Morales, of the musical project for four hands iii [aiaiai].

Articles

30 March 2020

My fantasy is to be body-poetry in the voices of others

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