Preview: Kampire + Boko! Boko! (Mina, Tash LC, Juba) @ The Jazz Cafe (London; Friday 6th March 2020)

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A journey into Afro-bass and far beyond. On Friday the 6th of March, The Jazz Cafe will host some exciting and up-and-coming names of the Afro-dance scene, with an all-female DJ night organised by London party-starters family Boko! Boko!

Mina, Tash LC and Juba, who are the beat masters behind Boko! Boko! events, are presenting to the club night format an inclusive perspective and woman-centered focus. Doing so, they have not simply brought under the spotlight  of the London dance scene, musicians and DJs who rarely find a stage or DJ-decks to perform on, but also opened the dancefloor to a new audience.

The next episode of their dancey saga will be presented in early March with the set of an outstanding artist, Kampire. As a member of the Nyege Nyege collective, the Ugandan DJ is at the fore-front of the Kampala music scene, enriching the already exciting ‘afrobeats meets afro-funk’ bassy sound of the East African capital, with a forward-looking attitude and social consciousness.

On the 6th of March, join them at The Jazz Café in Camden for the best Afro-party of the month.

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