FAARROW presents POWHER: A Live Podcast Recording with special guests

POWHER

FAARROW invites you to a live recording of their podcast POWHER – a portal dedicated to the rise, awakening, and balance of the Divine Feminine Energy. In this episode, FAARROW will interview their first-ever guests to the podcast, local musical collaborators, Astralblak.

POWHER discusses spirituality, mental health, soul health, mysticism, healing, culture, identity, and beauty through their eyes as recording artists, former Somali refugees, and Black, Muslim women living in a patriarchal world. Let the talking and healing begin!

Join us after the podcast taping for free pizza and refreshments in Moon Palace's Geek Love Cafe.

FAARROW

FAARROW is the project of sisters Iman and Siham Hashi, who were born in Mogadishu, Somalia. After fleeing their home to escape civil war, the sisters and their family relocated to Toronto, Canada as refugees. Iman, meaning “FAITH” and Siham, meaning “ARROW” gives light to the group’s name, FAARROW. Their sound fuses African rhythms with modern production resulting in a drum-heavy fusion of world, hip-hop and pop music. The sisters released their EP “LOST” in 2016 with Warner Brother Records. In 2017 FAARROW made their debut at SXSW for the “ContraBanned” showcase highlighting artists from countries affected by Trump’s travel ban. FAARROW is currently working on a new album set for an independent 2019 release. Iman and Siham also serve as United Nations Spokespeople with the UN Refugee Agency and are actively involved with humanitarian efforts for other human rights organizations. They recently launched a podcast called “PowHer” that discusses spirituality, mental health, soul health, mysticism, healing, culture, identity and beauty through their eyes as recording artists, refugees, and black Muslim women living in a patriarchal world.

FAARROW are presented as part of Midnimo, a program that presents the world's leading Somali musical artists in the form of month-long residencies. Midnimo (the Somali word for "unity") aims to increase understanding of Somali culture in Minnesota, which is home to the largest Somali immigrant population in North America. The program was launched in 2014 in collaboration with Augsburg University, and in 2016 expanded into Greater Minnesota. During residencies, Midnimo artists connect with Minnesotans through in-depth community engagement across the state, including activities like workshops, class visits and education programs, discussions, and live performances in Minneapolis, Mankato, and St. Cloud.

While in Minnesota, FAARROW will be working with the music collective Astralblak, who will learn the sisters’ music and perform as their live backing band during the residency. Astralblak, known for their exploratory modern sound that merges hard grooves, Afrofuturist themes and soulful melodies, consists of musicians/producers MMYYKK, Proper T, Greg Grease, DJ Just Nine, and Art Parté. FAARROW and backing band Astralblak will conduct performances and community-based activities in Minneapolis, Mankato, and St. Cloud, with a public live finale performance in each city.

Free (reservation encouraged)

This is a seated show.

Tickets are free and can be reserved online.

Free dinner in the hall at 7:30pm.

This podcast will take place at Moon Palace Books
3032 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55406

 

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