w/ Kilimanjaro, Juba, G10 & more

Terra - ADE

Price including €2,00 service costs

Friday October 20th at Parallel
DOORS: 23:59 - 06:00

Every Friday, Parallel opens the doors to Terra: a new weekly club concept showcasing sounds from the global electronic underground. Terra goes ADE with an all-star stacked line up featuring Manuka Honey, KILIMANJARO, Kampire, Juba, G10, and Terra resident Unruly Phoenix, serving up a platter of eclectic electronics from the diasporic musical spectrum.

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.

Update: Manuka Honey cancelled
Manuka Honey had to cancel her performance at Terra tonight. See her Instagram for her complete statement. We hope to see her back at Terra soon. Unruly Phoenix's set time will be extended tonight to fill in for her.

00:00-02:00 Unruly Phoenix
02:00-03:00 KILIMANJARO
03:00-04:00 Juba
04:00-05:00 G10
05:00-06:00 Kampire

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Launching under the moniker JAEL, G1O embarked on this venture to explore a more profound sonic realm, propelling the distinct South African notes of Amapiano and Gqom through his DJ sets. Presently, G1O is immersed in crafting his inaugural EP, collaborating on Gqom compositions with notable names like Surreal Sessions and Jailo, among others. His presence has graced esteemed airwaves such as Rinse FM (UK), Seoul Community Radio (KOR), and Block FM (JP).


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.


Emerging as one of East Africa's most exhilarating DJs and a foundational figure within Kampala's Nyege Nyege collective, Kampire captivates audiences with her dynamic and bass-infused sets, traversing both clubs and festivals across the globe. Recognized by Mixmag as one of the Top Ten Breakthrough DJs of 2018, Kampire's performance on Boiler Room, streamed live from the Nyege Nyege festival, became an authentic 'internet moment,' ignited thousands of shares on Facebook and a wave of FOMO among electronic music enthusiasts worldwide who were tuning in online.

Kampire's DJ mixes have garnered acclaim on prestigious platforms such as Resident Advisor, Dekmantel, and Fact Magazine. Notably, her mixes were acknowledged as some of the best in 2019, making appearances on Pitchfork and Fact's end-of-year lists. Hosting her own radio residency on Rinse FM, she extends the spotlight to other East African DJs and artists, including talents like Hibotep, Faizal Mostrixx, and Catu Diosis.


KILIMANJARO, hailing from Southern Africa, raised in Scotland and now residing in London, combines his background of Afro-centric rhythms and influences with the fast paced energies of the western electronic scene, where he has learned and perfected his craft over the past few years. The FLY, La Cheetah Club and Pleasurehood resident brings his unique energy to every performance. Recognized for his high-octane performances and infectious stage presence, KILIMANJARO is a master at igniting celebrations and consistently leaves his mark on every event, gathering new admirers who eagerly await his next show.

With his influence extending to the broader UK and European scenes, he has shared stages with acclaimed artists such as Fred Again, Optimo, Melé, Folamour, Denis Sulta, Absolute, Eclair Fifi, Hammer, Theo Kottis, Jaguar, and Arielle Free. Notably, his electrifying debut on Boiler Room garnered over 350k views, further establishing his dynamic presence. Fueled by anticipation, KILIMANJARO is poised to showcase his unique essence to the global stage.

This past year has seen KILIMANJARO return to the studio, bringing his rhythmic energy and unique vocal style to all of his production, with his vocals allowing him to truly express himself to the fullest. 2021 saw KILIMANJARO launch his own brand, KILIMANJARO MUSIC, which has allowed him to focus on championing black, POC, female and other marginalised DJs and producers from up and down the country. The brand has manifested itself in the form of club nights and parties in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow, a monthly radio residency on Project Radio.

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.


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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