Carnavalim & The Continent Hotel present a full day of music with african & brazilian flavoured rhythms, tweaked by the amazing 'Joutro Mundo', a Dj from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and a pool of local Bangkok resident Dj's:
⁃ Rui (Jam on Toast / Carnavalim)
⁃ African Star Trekker (Carnavalim)
⁃ Dj Chamapoo
embedded in the spirit of Songkhran festival, this event aims to everyone which want to come and join these awesome celebrations, both on the streets adjacent to the hotel, as well at the pool party, upstairs, on the 37th floor, with stunning views over the city.
Pool Access : 400 THB incl. 1 cocktail
Joutro Mundo / Jonas Rocha is a major force on the electronic music scene of Rio de Janeiro.
Winner of 'Best DJ of Rio' by the magazine Época, winner of the 'Brazilian Music Award – Foundation of Arts 2012', and veteran at the Red Bull Music Academy, Jonas also produces several parties in Rio, among others Reza, Croma and the legendary Bootleg party that has run for over ten years. He performed at the 2013 edition of Rock in Rio and has since become a reference on the Brazilian edit and nu-disco scene as producer and artist Joutro Mundo.
Joutro Mundo’s fourth release on the London-based label Midnight Riot Records was released in May 2017 on digital and vinyl in a series of special Brazilian edits. In 2017 Joutro Mundo also released a 10” from Barefoot Beats (Mareh Music) including a track from JKriv, a 7” collaboration with Fatnotronic from Hello Sailor, and participated with the track “Não force” on a 12” from LA-based Chit Chat Records. The latest remixes in 2017 from Joutro Mundo are tracks from the Argentinian artist Julian Sanza (Silver City) and the British producer Situation feat. singer Andre Espeut.
Founder of a project aiming to preserve the indigenous chants of the neglected indigenous tribes of South America, whilst working to approach contemporary music, Jonas won the award 'Funarte de Música Brasileira' with the CD Cantos Yawanawá. In 2017 Jonas released the album Inú with Xiti Nukini and has one more project in finalization with the Brazilian tribe Huni-Kuin.