Preview: Acid Arab @ Jazz Café (London, 23rd September 2017)


Even though their last London gig happened almost a year ago, the venue’s dance floor is still warm and trembling. That’s because Acid Arab are not your usual DJs. The Parisian duo formed by Guido Minisky and Hervé Carvalho has instilled new life into the French dance music scene, moving it closer to Middle East and North Africa.

They “imported” vibes and characters directly from Arabic music and developed their original sound, adding their congenital French-touch and relentless techno bass.

They might have only released one album (titled Musique De France), but Acid Arab name is one of the most sought-after when it comes to club nights in France and around the world.

You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy their distinctive set on the 23rd of September at Camden’s Jazz Café and there’s no doubt that they’ll strike, thrill and delight your dance instincts.

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