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Saturday
21
APR

Tomboy: NOVA / Plaintanchipps / Nadia Summer / Sycophantasy

23:00
03:00
The Art School
Event organized by The Art School

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TOMBOY presents:

A celebration of female rap and energy
and a night to honour all the new great Glasgow based talents
with:

🔥🔥🔥

NOVA (LIVE)
Plaintanchipps (DJSET)
Nadia Summer (DJSET)
Sycophantasy / Tomboy Resident (DJSET)

NOVA
Live Perfomance

NOVA is the rapper that exists within the musical amalgamation of NOVA SCOTIA the TRUTH, performer, producer and DJ. Drawing from personal experiences from everyday misogyny to maltreatment in relationships to the silencing of her story by guilty guys, NOVA doesn’t give a fuck about talking about what happened to her in the hope that these social issues will cease to affect women all over the world. With roots in grime and hip hop, NOVA spits over selected beats, in the aim to seek out the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Check THETA singing the hooks and DJ DIGGER on the decks.
https://soundcloud.com/novascotiathetruth

Plaintanchipps
Djset

Plantainchipps is a fairly new Dj on the scene. Her sound usually varies from very chill vibes to upbeat bangers with a predominantly female selection.

Nadia Summer
Djset

Scottish born, Spanish raised, half Jordanian babe Nadia Summer is an emerging DJ/producer bringing you all the best riddems out there, from hip hop and trap to bashment and rap!
www.soundcloud.com/nadiasummer

Sycophantasy
Djset

Co-Founder of Tomboy and resident DJ, will conclude the night with her best selection of female Rap, Hip Hop and Trap.
Sycophantasy also founded the famous Glasgow night Push It and the new LGBTQ night G.Y.A. so if you're familiar with these two you know the script.

£5 Student / Unwaged
£6 OTD

Tomboy is a friendly and inclusive space for everyone, celebrating music made by women.
We don't tolerate any form of hate, sexism, racism, xenophobia, homophobia, classism or discrimination and we work closely with the venue to ensure the space is a safe as possible.

The Art School is an accessible venue and has gender neutral toilets.

If you have any questions drop us a line