The venue will send all profits from tonight's show to the Argentinian producer, who has just shared a new track called "Eterna Migración" to raise funds.
Club Dzo shared the news on social media this afternoon, explaining what the Argentina producer has experienced. "She spent the night in Dungavel detention centre," the promoter wrote. "Her phone was confiscated and she was not able to speak to anyone until she was deported this morning to Berlin."
Tonight's event will go on with Club Dzo's William Francis and a TBA DJ. Prices have been lowered to £4 for general admission, and Club Dzo is offering reduced pricing "for QTPOC who need assistance accessing the space."
"We can provide financial help with travel and offer a flat fee of £2 all night for entry," they add. "Please DM us to let us know your travel needs, or if you'd like to be put on this £2 guestlist." All profits from the event will go to Tayhana.
The HiedraH cofounder has just posted a new track to Bandcamp to help raise funds. You can also donate directly on PayPal via her email.
Listen to "Eterna Migración."
Read Clud Dzo's full statement.
Photo credit: Tayhana