Aug 18, 2023
4 min read
The vibrant fusion of underground vibes and open-hearted atmosphere that has rocked the island since the summer of 2022 is returning with a force you won't want to miss.
This year, the "mind-bending and immersive visual experience" takes a new twist, reinforcing its stand for diversity, inclusivity, and the roots of house and techno. HE.SHE.THEY. is more than a party; it's a movement. A place without prejudice, where you can be YOU, no matter your gender, race, or sexuality.
Amnesia’s terrace will be throbbing from 11pm to 6am with an enviable DJ lineup that's set to make this night unforgettable.
But it's not just the music that makes HE.SHE.THEY. so special. The party celebrates individuality, attitude, and experimentation. The visual identity encourages you to showcase your style and embrace who you are. Wear what you feel comfortable in, let loose, and have a blast!
As always, HE.SHE.THEY. is polysexual and sex-positive. Judgment has no place here.
From the moment you step onto the dance floor, you're part of a world where variety is the spice of life. Expect dancers, performers, and visuals that ignite the imagination.
Remember, this is more than just a night. It’s a sensation, an experience, a declaration that everyone is welcome.
Drawing inspiration from a decade in New York and the influences of the Black & Brown trans women and the city's Ballroom scene, BASHKKA infuses her sets with the authentic flavor of The Big Apple, performing at venues like Munich's Blitz Club and Berghain's Panorama Bar.
Beyond the booth, her unapologetic integrity is reflected in her committed activism and dedication to SWANA and queer representation, as she breathes fresh air into the electronic music scene. Her debut EP Maktub was released this year and is a perfect blend of her brazen attitude with skilled technical prowess.
Born and raised in New York and now based in Europe, Gabrielle Kwarteng's rise as a DJ, radio host, and curator has seen her enchanting dancefloors from Panorama Bar in Berlin to clubs like NYC's Nowadays and festivals like Glastonbury, with sets weaving through 80s and 90s NY house, disco, percussive beats, and acid vibes.
With a background enriched by a mix of Highlife, Afrobeat, and disco, she's earned acclaim like the Mixcloud Online Radio Award for Best Eclectic Show in 2017.
Her performances continue to champion Black American genres like house, techno, and disco while exploring global dance music, translating her personal passion into collective ecstasy on the dancefloor.
Ever since the early 90s, Kerri Chandler has been helping shape the house music landscape.
Growing up with a range of musical influences, from funk to soul, jazz to hip hop means that his own musical style now pulls from a variety of places, making it unique to him.
On his own label, Kaoz Theory, he has worked with a huge number of underground music talents including Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler and The Martinez Brothers, just to name a few.
German-born Marcel Dettman has been immersed in electronic music since the early 90s - a fixture in the Berlin techno clubbing scene - but not before experimenting with his main influences of new-wave, post-punk, and industrial music.