British artiste set for Kenya show
19 November 2014, 19:07
Nairobi - Kenya Nights is celebrating its 5th year at the helm of
the dance scene on the 6th of December with the arrival of the one and only
Subb-an all the way from the UK.
The 6th of December marks 5 great years of the
best dance and electric music from Africa and beyond to Kenya. According to its
founder Rizwan, he founded it on his birthday 5 years ago and has so far done a
lot to shape the dance music scene into what it is today.
The future looks bright for the dance genre of music in Kenya,
with the revolutionary sounds making their way deep into the Kenyan music
scene, blending in with the best of what Kenya has to offer and especially with the arrival of Subb-an.
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" Voted DJ Magazine’s “Best Breakthrough DJ” in 2011,
he has definitely broken on to the scene, and is making some serious waves with
his deeper than deep signature electronic sound. The man has graced the stage
at very many festivals and parties including Fabric in London, Warehouse
Project in Manchester, Space in Ibiza, Watergate in Berlin, BPM in Mexico,
D-Edge in Brazil, and the Garden Festival in Croatia. He is definitely well
traveled, Rizwan says of his arrival.
" His production skills are up there with the best of them, with releases on
Crosstown Rebels, My Favorite Robot, Saved, and Spectral make him a man to
watch in the charts, as well as on the dance floor. He will be in Kenya for the
very first time on DECEMBER 6TH courtesy of the cool cats at Kenya Nights.”
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