w / MikeQ, Jada & OISHī


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Every Friday, Parallel opens the doors to Terra: a fresh weekly club concept showcasing sounds from the global electronic underground. April 19th is carefully curated by resident OISHĪ. She invited New Jersey’s legend MikeQ- one of the leading figures of the US’s long-running ballroom/vogue-house culture. Joined by Hamburg-based Jada who effortlessly dives between house, electronic and bass music and blends it with rap, r&b and baile funk influences - don't miss her vibrant selection at Parallel.

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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New Jersey-based DJ, producer and label head MikeQ is one of the leading figures of the ballroom culture. MikeQ is not only one of the busiest scene DJs, turning out a steady stream of ballroom tracks, re-edits and remixes, but he also heads up ballroom culture's first record label Qween Beat. He has partnered with several major brands and artists such as Red Bull, Mercedes Benz, Frank Ocean, Rick Owens, Afropunk, Pat McGrath Labs, Bergdorf Goodman, Sundance, Shiseido and more. Mike Q has scored films and television including 'Kiki Movie' and Viceland's 'My House'. In addition, he hosts popular monthly New York City ballroom night 'House of Vogue', bringing a new safe space to the culture.


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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.


Diving between the spectrum of subgenres and conceptualizing new soundscapes - JADA is a rising newcomer known for her vibrant selection.
Her genre fluid Sets are joyful, filled with catchy grooves and soulful nuances between house, electronic and bass music significantly blending with rap, r&b and baile funk influences in between. The hamburg based multidisciplinary artist, dancer, curator and ballroom kid with afro-Brazilian heritage evolved in a short time frame in different contexts such as Boiler Room, MELT! Festival, El Bairro, Tresor Club as well as a DJ for ballroom events and in radio broadcasts fe Balamii.