Arts Canteen is proud to present the Arab-A-Dub, a night which will bring to you the the best sounds of the Arabic Electronica underground sound system , performed by the finest of dj producers and mc’s from Palestine, Jordan and London. a night full of Dabkeh sounds and Shamstep style, warmed up by london’s renowned Love Carnival DJs.
Doors Open : 8pm
9:00-10:30 >>> DJ CAL JADER & DJ MADMAX (LOVE CARNIVAL)
10:30-12:00 >>> MINISTRY OF DUB-KEY
12:10-1:00 >>> ELJEHAZ
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is the crossroad of musical genres in exodus and a cunning homage to the vibrance of Palestinian Dabke dance and performance. Established in 2009, DJ/Producer Bruno Cruz and Performer/MC Walaa Sbait brought their homegrown Dabkeh Dance and Mijwiz sounds to match with the beats of hip-hop, dancehall and dembow, announcing with it, the emergence of their unique Arab-A-Dub style. Bridging the sounds and movements that connect the shores of the Caribbean with the hills of the Galilee, sound system culture meets a late night Palestinian street party – and not a beat is amiss.#حركة_الدَب_كي
Reshaping the boundaries between traditional Arabic music and electronica, producer Eljehaz has become a key force in the digitalised rebirth of Mijwiz and electronic Dabke), a folkloric music phenomenon from Jordan and Palestine. (A musical off-shoot of his band, 47Soul) His electrifying live sets pay homage to this unstoppable and hypnotic musical scene by revamping iconic bootleg tracks and rogue wedding recordings with unstoppable heavy bass rhythms and beats.
Composed of the supreme team DJ Cal Jader and Selecta Madmax, their regular parties have brought global bass to the forefront of South-London’s party scene. From dembow to ragga, cumbia to afrohouse, they ensure they are always a beat ahead of anything you one could have expected.
View Mundo FM Collective bio here DJ Cal Jader (Movimientos) “Here’s my take on the new folklore digital movement in Latin America. From the coast to the selva and the sierras with one foot firmly in the natural world and another in the electronic club scene it’s cumbia, bass, ambient and…