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Global Sensation Keinemusik: &ME, Rampa and Adam Port Makes Debut in South Africa.

Johannesburg and Cape Town Set to Witness Unforgettable Musical Spectacle

24 & 25 November 2023

Friday, 24 November - Johannesburg, Old Park Station

Saturday, 25 November - Cape Town, The Ostrich

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et ready to be swept off your feet as the internationally acclaimed, Keinemusik, brings its spellbinding experience to South Africa for the very first time, promising to captivate audiences in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

This extraordinary tour introduces South African audiences to the sounds of renowned artists &ME, Rampa, and Adam Port, seamlessly merging under the iconic Keinemusik Kloud.

The journey commences on Friday, 24 November at the iconic Old Park Station in Johannesburg, setting the stage for an unparalleled debut. With the grand finale at The Ostrich, Cape Town on Saturday, 25 November which promises to be an unforgettable event.

Tickets for this event start at R300 per person, with table bookings starting from R9,000 for a table of 6 for those seeking a premium experience.

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This event is proudly presented by Anything Goes, Music People, and JetBlack.

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About Keinemusik

Keinemusik is a network with the label as the pulse pumping centre. Driven particularly by the spirit that moves the collective behind the imprint. The spirit to find your own agenda and let nobody get in the way. The spirit of refining House and Techno off the beaten path. Be it within their own tracks, within productions of other sorts or DJ-sets. The spirit of recall value within record- and flyer-artworks and everything intermediate in word and image surrounding releases and parties. And the spirit of diversification – Rampa’s effect-gadget-venture TEILE being one example. Keinemusik’s own booking department ‘Worldwide Dancing Club’, established in 2018, being another.

Keinemusik has been around since 2009. It has been naming an existing friendship and linked interests of five members – four DJs and one graphic designer and painter. A more or less constant count of five releases per year have been released ever since, solely laid down by members of the crew. And a considerable count of label-parties went down, not only in Berlin, but around all international focal points for electronic music. And surely, there’s plenty more where those came from.


When one could assume, &ME entered the House and Techno world somewhat out of the blue, it is due to his sublime modesty that’s already captured in his alias. His foundation comprises solo-releases, remixes, projects and collaborations that numerous, and his discography than weary you with name dropping. Besides, all those references would just distract from what truly matters – the music this guy is delivering.

His last offerings on Keinemusik, a collective of Berlin based DJs and producers, including Rampa, Adam Port, Reznik & artist Monja Gentschow, he helped founding in 2009 or his “What To Do”-remix for Guy Gerber – all serious bangers, played by every renowned DJ worldwide. His DIY-approach to handle things, his easy going attitude, his reputation as a gifted producer and DJ extraordinaire, his ability to link innovative production with consensual reception, making him one of the most unique and original figures in the game.


From 2009 on, Rampa made a name for himself through Keinemusik, his own little d.i.y.-cosmos, being not only a label, but also a crew of like minded DJs, producers and friends. The teamwork within this realm has seen a serious number of productions and collaborations, particularly with fellow producer &ME, not to forget the rest of the bunch, Adam Port, Reznik and Monja.

Besides, he’s got an array of other collaborations and releases under his belt, put out on imprints like Circoloco, Innervisions, Diynamic, Afterlife, Cocoon, Ninja Tunes / Counter Records, Strictly Rhythm, Kompakt, 2020 Vision, Freerange, BPitch Control, Defected or Crosstown Rebels.

The events of the last few years have seen Rampa focusing more and more on the production side of things, be it studio time or the inauguration of the TEILE project – his own company to produce and distribute analogue effects, custom built for DJ-purposes. Certainly also an outlet for a slight nerdism, that includes not only studio gear, but instruments in general. When it comes to DJing itself, he is going for a less is more approach these days, choosing bookings and playing more consciously.

Adam Port

When reviewing Adam Port’s musical merits at this point in time, it shows that most of it took shape off the beaten path. Be it the conditions that sparked his DJ-career. Be it his approach of DJing itself or be it his artistic progression, manifested in his productions.

Over the last years, Adam landed a string of much noticed releases on different labels, be it on Keinemusik, his Berlin-based label-mainstay and collective of fellow artists &ME, Rampa, Reznik and designer Monja Gentschow. It was tunes that immediately brought worldwide attention to his name. But then, instead of doing the obvious, getting management, meeting demands, playing those big stages, delivering the hits, Adam once again did what felt best for him. Maintaining artistic integrity, releasing records that reflect where his love for music is at one moment, not knowing where it might be on the very next release, and keeping DJ-sets not only interesting for a crowd, but also himself.

That’s where he is at right now. There’s no scene-dictated tunnel view in his activities, there is only a pointed emphasis on style, on groove and sophistication. An emphasis, that, because it’s informed by Dub, Danchall, Rap, Soul or even Psychedelic Rock, is advanced enough to always shine through the inflationary characteristic of the genre as notably original.

Granted: What Adam Port is laying his hands on might have its place within the parameters of House and Techno, but it’s always more than that. It’s his style.

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