Nova Batida Clubbing Partners

3 days of music, art and culture, in the heart of Lisbon 

Check out our clubbing partners that we’ll have at Nova Batida this summer!
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Anjos70
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Anjos70 is a multicultural space in the heart of Lisbon. Located in an old glass factory, it’s varied program offers everything from yoga and dance classes to art exhibitions and vintage markets. They lend particular support to local artists and charitable initiatives. Additionally, they have plenty of music and other late-night events across a variety of genres. A special mention goes to their Wednesday night jam sessions!
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Amor Records
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Amor Records is a record store / bar located in a quiet corner a stones throw from Cais do Sodre station. Opened by three friends from Brazil, they specialise in Brazilian and electronic music. Their in-store sessions featuring local DJs and promoters have made them a firm favourite among Lisbon locals. If nearby make sure to stop in for a quick dig and a fresh beer or Caipirinha!
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CAKE
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CAKE is a loose collective of DJs whose sole motivation is to throw indulgently good parties. Famous for their carefree vibe and deep collections of refined house and techno, they started off as a 2019 New Year’s party and eight events later, they are quickly gaining notoriety within the Lisbon scene.
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Radio Quantica
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Radio Quantica is a new platform that aims to be a safe, communal haven for underground Portuguese artists and activists to make their voice heard. It was started by Portuguese artists Photonz and Violet together with a group of artists and crews that continuously elevate our scene to new heights. This internet radio station includes DJs, labels, crews, music makers, collectors, scene agitators and equality activists that are of Portuguese or Lusophone origin. A general appreciation of one another has led to season upon season of unofficial collaborations, so it made sense to bring together the people behind one of the most relevant waves of talent that Portuguese culture has seen in recent decades.
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