A Guide to Paris by Radio Flouka’s D3mor
A Guide to Paris by Radio Flouka’s D3morD3MOR
Haroun Ben Hamida, also known as D3mor, is a Tunisian DJ and producer based in Paris.
He established Radio Flouka in October 2018 – a web radio platform committed to showcasing emerging talent from the MENA region. His approach to curation is inclusive of both local and international artists. Aside from founding the Parisian station, he's known for his hypnotic and high-energy club sets that see him incorporate hyper-rhythmic selections with ghetto tech, breakbeat, jungle and footwork to create an intoxicating concoction of body-moving music.
As someone who's tapped into the Parisian undergound scene, we trust that he's got an impeccable list of travel tips. Here, he lets us in on his favourite spots in the capital, which range from Tunisian street food stalls to raves in old train stations.
In this Guide
“This is my favourite place to dig new sounds and refresh my ears! A lot of my all-time favourite music comes from this place!”More Info
“Balades Sonores is an indie record store in the beautiful area of le 18eme next to Le Sacré Coeur monument. I love the small committee concerts they do! Also a lot of my vinyl collection comes from this place!”More Info
“One of the best clubs in Paris. This is where we organise most of our parties. High-quality line-ups and lovely audience!”More Info
“Open all week. Old train station transformed into a concert place hosting free entry jazz concerts and jams from 9pm to midnight. Then club from midnight to 6am. This is your place if you want to party until dawn on Monday night!”More Info
“Old factory renovated to a community art place where you can find exhibitions, concerts and dance classes. There’s also two of my favourite art bookstores: L'Arabesque and Kiblind.”More Info
“Old train station renovated to an urban farm, hosting eco-responsible workshops and music events. Also the best place to have a brunch with local, modern food and beverages.”More Info
“This is my go-to place to meet friends. BBP is a bar offering over 20 types of craft beers.”More Info
“Great place to share with friends. [Try a] Chinese dish from the Sichuan region called Málà Xiangguo, which means “spicy fragrant pot that tingles the palate”.”More Info