w/ Fafi Abdel Nour & Margie


Price including €2,00 service costs

Saturday November 12th at Parallel
Doors 23:59 - 06:00

On Saturday the 12th of November, Canadian composer, musician, and DJ Daphni is coming to Parallel. He recently released his new album 'Cherry' which was released on his very own Jiaolong imprint on the 7th of October. Daphni is known for dynamic sets that range from groovy disco to techno, and heavy acid tracks. This night he will bring along the experienced and multifaceted selectors within Fafi Abdel Nour and Margie. All of Parallel's and Daphni's earnings will be donated to the For All Who Love Foundation (FAULT) and De Regenboog Groep.

About For All Who Love Foundation & De Regenboog Groep
The For All Who Love Foundation has the goal to create more tolerance and acceptance for people who do not conform themselves to the ideal image of western society and beyond. The foundation pays special attention to the LGBTQIA+ community, regardless of religion, vision, looks, physical disability, mental disability, race, or political belief. They also actively support the elderly, people with a disability, and the fight against discrimination and racism.

De Regenboog Groep is a local charity which encourages people to give shape and content to their own existence. Involvement with people in (social) poverty is what binds their volunteers and employees. they stimulate people in poor social situations to take back the lead and create a fulfilling and socially active life for themselves. This foundation is active in Amsterdam with buddies, coaches, reintegration programmes, social work, walk-in centres, temporary housing and more.

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Whether in the studio or the club, Daphni has always been a pursuit where Canadian composer, musician, and DJ Dan Snaith lets the music find its own path. With his new album 'Cherry' this is more evident than ever, this sense of the tracks as objects with life and desires outside of Snaith’s control has now become a driving force in their creation. Recorded over a prolonged period, Snaith let the music go where it wanted to go. It wasn’t until he put everything he’d been tinkering with together that he realised what he had.

Fafi Abdel Nour

The Syrian-born and Groningen-based Fafi Abdel Nour has been a steady household name at OOST. Next to holding down the fort in OOST as a resident, he is co-founder of the queer night HOMOOST. The night that became known for breaking down barriers with a colourful approach up in the North. Soundwise, Fafi Abdel Nour doesn’t adhere to all the waves of electronic music and no we don’t do clichés. Instead, you can find him pushing an undetermined refreshing sound. Deep and organic but accompanied by dramatic melodies, Italian rarities, disco and beyond.


Margie is a DJ, writer and overall music enthusiast from Amsterdam, who originally carved out her creative path in Eindhoven. She channels her passion for music, always aiming to help and support music moving forward. Mainly channelled through her work for Wax Poetics, DJing at various festivals and venues across Europe, and her own creative platform, Loch Ness. Margie’s multifaceted experiences and musical knowledge are continually reflected in all that she does. Raw, surprising and unapologetic in her selections, with curious ears she seamlessly traverses through musical genres without bounds.