Night Out! Disco Boutiq, Jul. 1 2016 @ the Alchemist

June 24, 2016 at 6:02 pm Leave a comment

Disco Boutiq
Date:July 1, 2016
Venue: The Alchemist Bar
Time: from 8 pm
Tickets: 1000/- KES

STRICTLY 21+

About
DISCO BOUTIQ is a new series of events that will mainly focus on promoting a wide variety of old and new African Dance Music through Live and DJ Acts. Our events aim to feature Artists and Music that we rarely get a chance to hear and see.

BATIDA
is the brainchild of Angolan/ Portuguese Pedro Coquenão. A distinctly modern and vibrant project with its feet firmly rooted in the past, Batida combine samples from old 1970s Angolan tracks with modern electronic dance music. Music is the starting point but through dance, poetry, photography and video, Batida expands, taking in politics and social commentary but always bringing the party.

ZELALEM
is one of Nairobi’s sought after eclectic DJs who’s well-known for his wide array of African Music selection.

DISCO VUMBI
is a band that plays a fresh new form of Kenyan Dance Music created by one of Kenya’s newest innovative producer, Alai K, an artist recognized for his Hip Hop and Afro Fusion projects, will take you back to Kenya’s street disco-esque ways.

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