w / Juba, Gina Jeanz, Unruly Phoenix, Viva & OISHĪ




Every Friday, Parallel opens the doors to Terra: a fresh weekly club concept showcasing sounds from the global electronic underground. On March 8th, we have a special edition dedicated to the International Womens Day. We celebrate this day with a Women-lead line up featuring Juba, Gina Jeanz, Unruly Phoenix, Viva and OISHĪ. Channeling sounds from the motherland, spanning Afrohouse, polyrhythmic grooves, and electronic sounds from the African diaspora.

About: Terra
Welcome to a new home ground in Amsterdam where sounds from the global diaspora collide and mutate with the western electronic sphere, creating new matter united by a percussive, bass-driven cohesion.

Together with a team of residents and weekly guests, Terra showcases a weekly constellation of Afro house, Amapiano, baile funk, batida, gqom, futuristic mutations of dancehall, reggaeton and many more under one roof. Read more about this new chapter in Amsterdam's nightlife and get to know our residents here.

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OISHĪ brings her iconic recipe of femme-fatale and raw edge style to all her mixes. The eclectic DJ and fashion designer has been an avid contributor to the blossoming of Afro-futurism in the Netherlands, regularly showing her take on the diversifying electronic club landscape by crafting her own sonic universe.

OISHĪ's creativity flows effortlessly, merging vogue beats, baile funk, Afro rhythms, and house into her distinctive sound. She's a professional when it comes to providing the musical gems that crowds so often desire - the familiar anthems that feel melodic, warm, and lusty.

Gina Jeanz

Unruly Phoenix

If you say Amapiano, you say Unruly Phoenix. No genre immediately feels as exciting to her as Amapiano, however she isn't bound by that genre alone, loving to surprise crowds with a perfect blend of sounds including Afro tech, melodic-tribal tech & gqom. This talented DJ/Producer has quickly found her place on the best line-ups in the Netherlands and abroad, with gigs at Tommorowland, Down The Rabbit Hole, DGTL, Woohah, Lowlands, Mystery Land, Afro Nation and Best Kept Secret.

While not on stage, Unruly Phoenix is dedicated to her studio time both independently and collaboratively with other artists. Her main focus is to push boundaries, propagating these sounds around the world. Behind the deck is where she feels most alive while sharing uplifting vibrations with everyone she comes in contact with.


Characterised by her thrilling blends and effervescent energy, Juba has steadily built a reputation as a confident, skillful and daring DJ, who champions African and African diasporic sounds across Europe and beyond.

A child of the Nigerian diaspora in the UK, since 2016 Juba has been paying musical homage to her heritage as a DJ who principally showcases music from Africa and the African diaspora, whilst drawing on other electronic musical influences. As a regular host on London's Rinse FM, Berlin's Cashmere Radio and a member of London's Boko! Boko! collective, Juba is a staple presence in musical communities across Europe and beyond. Having also created the Assurance documentary and podcast series, which explored the experiences of female DJs across the Global South, not only is she a skilled DJ, but she also utilises her platforms to explore socio-political issues surrounding the world of music. In recent years the buzz has grown around Juba, with DJ sets at Panorama Bar, Peacock Society Festival, Keep Hush and a sensational Boiler Room debut in 2019. Her electrifying sets reinforce that not only is she a captivating DJ, but a skilled craftsman whose unique energy brings any party to boiling point.


VIVA was born and raised in The Netherlands and has been bringing good vibes to audiences since 2011. Her music is inspired by Hip-hop, Soul, R&B, Latin, Trap, Uk Garage, Afro, Kaseko & other South American music. Ever since she was little she dreamt about being on stage and creating her own music.



Please familiarise yourself with the House Rules prior to arrival to help keep Parallel a safe space where people feel free to be their entire selves.

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