Acid Arab (Live): Jdid Album Launch

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Absorbing a myriad of musical influences from oriental and Arabic to Turkish and Indian, Acid Arab's signature style has won them legions of admirers.

This time round, the Parisian crew join us for a special live set, to celebrate the release of their second album, Jdid, which is to be released mid October.

Throughout the album, club-oriented beats are taken for a ride, from suburban warehouses to smoky basements of Oran & Istanbul, from wide expanses of desert dunes to landscapes of concrete and metal, and are regenerated by the fresh breezes and the inspiring musicians encountered along the way.

We're particularly excited for this one.

Doors for the bar open from 7:00pm, DJ starts at 7pm.

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