It is much more than just the crunchy Saffron rice at the bottom of the pot – It's also a space to share music and to connect with the Iranian diaspora. The diaspora has spread throughout the world since the Islamic Revolution in 1979. People of the diaspora manage to integrate pretty well by learning the language and finding a job. The new generation is also blending nicely but many forget about their connection with Iran, because they need to fit in so bad. However, in the music industry, there is a beautiful phenomenon connecting the diaspora with their home country. Even if it still clashes with their family traditions that would rather see their children become doctors, lawyers or engineers, many young artists pursue their dreams and play or produce music for a living. In this show, you will discover many young talents of the diaspora. The show is curated by Geneva Based Dj and Producer, André Ramin Salem.