Electrafrique Hosts Villagers Band for their Monthly Gig, Feb. 15 2014 @ Carnivore Restaurant

February 12, 2014 at 2:30 pm Leave a comment

Electrafrique, Kenya’s number one collective that performs afro-electronic music and quality Electronic Dance Music (EDM), is hosting The Villagers Band at Carnivore’s Simba Saloon for the second edition of its monthly party on the 15th of February 2014. This is following a successful January premiere in the series of parties by Electrafrique held at Carnivore every third Saturday of the month (2014).

The Villagers Band’s impression of afro-fusion renowned as begenge is heavily influenced by benga, mbalax and kwela among other genres. Come and witness the perfect blend between electro/futuristic music and authentic African sounds with rich instrumentation: from horns to traditional instruments like drums and percussion.

Electrafrique is a premier dance music show, which brings together a worldwide network of artists fusing elements of African music with electronic beats finding roots in African rhythms and musical traditions. It adds a contemporary urban/futuristic electronic twist to its groove culminating into an unforgettable experience and movement that resonates with people and dance floors in all corners of the world.

Tickets will be available at at the gate on Saturday: KES 500


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