Palestine | Morocco | Syria | Tunisia | France | Germany
Bringing together the finest selection of electronic and underground artists from the Middle East and North Africa, Kahareb celebrates the vibrant scenes of techno, folktronic, global bass, house, trance and more – and the spectacular regional talent thatís making it all happen. Following Shubbak’s ground-breaking electronic showcase in 2017, Kahareb opens this year’s festival with an infectious late-night launch party.
Sama (aka. Skywalker) is a DJ and electronic music producer from Palestine playing techno, house, and other deeper sub-genres with a unique twist of her own.
Masterfully refining the distinct sound of Oriental Slow-House, Shkoon mixes Arabic scales, melodies and traditional folk songs with classical harmonic structures.
A producer and percussionist from Tunisia, Nuri is one of the most promising upcoming musicians of African futurism, mixing deep bass, organic percussion with poly rhythmic grooves.
Budding DJ and producer Anahita Shamsaei grew out of Tehran’s underground electronic scene and finetuned her sound across London and Berlin. In a special guest appearance, the self-taught techno aficionado will be closing the night.
Produced by MARSM. Presented with additional support from Cockayne Grants for the Arts and London Community Foundation.
Fri 28 June 2019
Best of Arabic Electronic & Underground Music
£16 in advance | £18 on the door
Tickets bought online or by phone are subject to a £1.50 booking fee – no fee in person
Contact the venue for tickets and further information
020 7613 7498