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DhmR BriCOOLaaž a Dick head man Recørds Session

You are kindly invited to join Camille Laurelli on a tour at the exhibition Bricollage in Tallinn City Gallery on Thursday, 2 November at 6:30 pm, where participants can immerse themselves in a musical journey curated by the artist through Silent Disco headphones. The tour playlist is made up of tracks released under Dick head man Records. At the event Laurelli will also open up the background of his musical practice and visitors can study the publications, texts and other exciting materials of DhmR. The tour is in English and lasts about an hour.


The tour will be followed by a special session of Dick head man Records at 8 pm in Winkel culture club at Suur-Karja 8, where the soundtrack will be provided by DJ nextraxx & Harry Hummer. Their varied playlist will surely offer exciting finds for fans of different genres. Performing as a special guest will be MC Same Me.

DJ Nextraxx is a musician from DhmR Records. Nextraxx is known for his dynamic Dj sets in which he will have you jump to an obscure French Hip Hop track and next dive into some even more obscure 70s electro tune, while himself jumping around like there is no tomorrow. 


Harry Hammer a.k.a ɹәɯɯn ʎɹɹɐ a.k.a Harry Hummer or even known as Harry Hamster or Big H… started as an accident. By trying to apply years of experience in surviving on just radiator waves and 12v batteries, to the world of high fashion amongst the lower cast. Freestyle secret recordings of demolition democracy in a digital world. Harry was born in 2012 and still makes music, and even DJs from time to time. Harry is currently living in Tallinn and working as a freelance artist, composer and sound-designer for life and theater.


MC Same Me grew up in a creative collective Plants & Lizards, founded in 2019 in Prague. She trained her unique rapping flow, and music production through influences of growing up in South London and Brighton. MC Same Me is Inspired by socio-anarcho radical activism, and the arts movements of punk, reggae, hip hop, jazz and new age movements of the local scene. Same Me brings visibility of marginalised communities and questions systematic existentialism.


Both events are free for everyone!

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