We are elated
to announce for our opening event
JUNE 1st, 2001
::: THE ALI KHAN BAND :::
an incredibly rich synthesis of Qawwali, jazz fusion, rap, and Bhangra
featuring 2 of the most powerful voices in Qawwali today, Riffat Salamat
and her brother Sukhawat w/ the extraordinary instrumentalist Richard
Michos and ensemble
::: JOUJOU :::
( Balkan, Appalachian, Italian, and Greek songs-goofy international folk)
::: MIXTAPE FROM MARS :::
( an otherworldly techno tribal collective with emphasis on tablas, extreme
vocal techniques/beatbox, improvisation, looped beats, and audience participation)
and your hosts
::: the CELLSPACE SOUNDLAB/LEGUMES crew :::
w/ djs Happyft and Podp (pan optic radio )
creating a World Remix Cafe where you will be immersed in global community
2050 Bryant St.
at 18th St.
San Francisco, Ca. 94110
doors open 8:00pm
show begins 8:30pm
$12-15 sliding scale for reservations
( reservations will be held until 9:30 pm on the night of the show ) $15
at the door
for info and reservations contact:
or call : 415-430-1269 ext.2126
50% benefits the musicians
30% supports Cellspace
20% goes into the Cell Soundlab
where we are envisioning radio and music production workshops for our
community once we have completed a professional recording studio facility
Support the independent music communities !
Come celebrate the cultural remix !
!!!Upcoming show : July 27 LUMIN w/ special guests!!!
Musicians , labels, etc. in the world music / fusion / experimental genres
interested in booking at
WORLD REMIX we encourage you to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
246(i) an artistic migration / concept :
Darwinism is not only an ugly model for ethics and evolution, it's
horrendous etiquette at any cultural event , not to mention, utterly
worthless for making friends ... or MUSIC ! And yet as archaic science-cum-
capitalist manifesto it is allowed to permeate our society and dissect
our humanity at every turn.
That's why the team of musicians, DJs, and Soundlab artists at CELLSPACE
have decided it's a critical moment in our evolution to re-institute the
language(s) of art and music as a primary mode of human interaction and
246 is the number often told in the legend of how many diverse indigenous
tribes lived in sustainable harmony together in the (SF)
bay area before the arrival of western borders.
(i) = indigenous = independent = interconnected = the infinite mix = no
human is illegal !