2015 Schedule
Interactive: March 13–17  •  Film: March 13–21  •  Music: March 17–22


Friday, March 20
12:00AM - 12:40AM

The Iron Bear
121 W 8th St


Listen to Hej Lollipop


Hari grew up in Albertslunds, a suburb of Copenhagen with a significant number of mostly Muslim visible minorities; an environment rife with gangs, drug dealers, racism, and a lot of music. In 2008, Hari's music broke in Denmark, specifically off the back a track he wrote called Klap Perker; "Klap" referring to a beat drop, and "Perker" alluding to "paki", or any one of the racist slurs thrown at him in a Denmark coming messily to grips with a "progressive" national identity. Hari was angry. And his music reflects this. Think breakcore forcefed with Punjabi dhol bangers, warped salsa insect repellent, and dubplates from a parallel Jamaican universe where PCP has replaced ganja - unpredictable, thoughtful, and totally reflective of Hari as a person.


Music Badge, Platinum Badge, Music Festival Wristband, Artist Wristband
Copenhagen, DENMARK

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