The Jazz Cafe & MARSM present:
Shkoon

Friday 28th February

We’re proud to announce all-conquering electronic trio Shkoon’s biggest London show to date at The Jazz Cafe.

Launching their anticipated new album ‘Rima – ريما’, the renowned Syrian/German electronic trio returns to London for a headline show.

Combining Arabic scales and folklore with classical harmonic structures and electronica, their new album further develops the band’s celebrated sound to include deep house, downbeat, dub and hip-hop. Powerful melodies and rhythms from Syria and the Middle East meet the pulse of North German electronica, while piano, violin, synthesizers and percussion take the audiences into a trance-like state that is as captivating as it is danceable.

‘Rima’, the title song of the debut album is inspired by a story from Arabic folklore, in which a mother tells peaceful tales to her child as the world sinks into chaos.

El Jehaz join on support. Reshaping the boundaries between traditional Arabic music and electronica, producer El Jehaz has become a key player in the digitalised rebirth of Mijwiz and electronic Dabke, an unstoppable folkloric music phenomenon from Jordan and Palestine.

Line up

  • Shkoon
  • El Jehaz

Price

Standing: £18 Restaurant: £20-25

Doors

19:00-22:30

Shkoon

The Jazz Cafe & MARSM present:
Shkoon

Friday 28th February

Line up

  • Shkoon
  • El Jehaz

Price

Standing: £18 Restaurant: £20-25

Doors

19:00-22:30

We’re proud to announce all-conquering electronic trio Shkoon’s biggest London show to date at The Jazz Cafe.

Launching their anticipated new album ‘Rima – ريما’, the renowned Syrian/German electronic trio returns to London for a headline show.

Combining Arabic scales and folklore with classical harmonic structures and electronica, their new album further develops the band’s celebrated sound to include deep house, downbeat, dub and hip-hop. Powerful melodies and rhythms from Syria and the Middle East meet the pulse of North German electronica, while piano, violin, synthesizers and percussion take the audiences into a trance-like state that is as captivating as it is danceable.

‘Rima’, the title song of the debut album is inspired by a story from Arabic folklore, in which a mother tells peaceful tales to her child as the world sinks into chaos.

El Jehaz join on support. Reshaping the boundaries between traditional Arabic music and electronica, producer El Jehaz has become a key player in the digitalised rebirth of Mijwiz and electronic Dabke, an unstoppable folkloric music phenomenon from Jordan and Palestine.


Restaurant Tickets

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How To Book

Join us for great food and a perfect view of the live show from the mezzanine.

1) Click ‘select your seats’.

2) Click ‘types’ and select the amount of guests, e.g ‘Table of 2’.

3) The floor plan will show available tables in blue, select the seats on the table you would like to purchase.

4) Click ‘buy tickets’ at the bottom of the page.

5) Check you’re happy with your tickets and complete the order!