Cumbia Cuántica

This December 10th, we take over Berlin, connecting ourselves through the power of urban cumbia. Welcome to the Global Bass movement.


LOCATION: Salöön am Holzmarkt25
EINLASS: 20:00 Uhr

Concert: Héctor Guerra, the king of cumbia urbana ft. aka la Flaca behind the decks.
Special Guest: Aztek732, turntables master.




    Hector Guerra's music can be summarized as the music of the future and the soundtrack for those who want a better world, but dancing!
    His style is an exciting mix of styles from the Global Bass movement, a trend that is growing every day worldwide, based on mixing roots music with sounds of urban music. Hector has a successful career of more than 10 years and 4 albums, which have taken him among many others, to perform at the Cervantino Festival in Mexico, Sfinks in Belgium, MAD Urban in Spain, LatinXt in Chicago, and perform alongside artists such as Daddy Yankee, Julian Marley, Farruko and more.

    He participated in the Netflix movie (Mexicanos de Bronze). And his song "What Up", besides being part of the soundtrack of the hit Korean Netflix series, Hellow my twenties, was number 1 in sales in Itunes Mexico. He is currently on tour with his latest album "Cumbiando el mundo", in which he mixes the power of urban rhythms with the flavor of cumbia, to make all generations dance and enjoy!



    Aka La Flaca comes from Mexico City. Everywhere there it whirs, sounds, hums, sings, shrieks and tones. Grown up in this sound carpet she is always looking for melodies and rhythms from all over the world. Let her take you on a musical journey that aims at nothing less than warming your heart and making your soul vibrate.


  • AZTEK 732
    The most potent war machine of the dance floor (Felipe Davalos, Editor in Chief, Thump Vice Mexico)

    He created the Mexican freestyle category and has built his reputation over scratches, turntables and a colourful mix of hip hop, cambia, funk, disco, latin breaks, old school and some other unequal genres.

    Aztek builds his performances according to the moves and attitude of the audience, cause he understands that each stage is special. He doesn’t know what he’ll play until he’s behind the plates. Once there, the tracks disclose to him one after another, cause in his performance there is nothing preset.