As the Brainchild of disc-jockeying producers, Klady and Aly B, new music event concept, Caché, is set to launch this weekend with a huge party and a huge line-up.
Set to take place on Thursday 29th of October at Downtown Cairo’s Zigzag, the guest-list only event is set to announce the arrival of Caché in style, with London’s Alex Celler set to headline a night that will also see Klady, Aly B and Hassan Abou Alam hit the decks for their first duties as Caché residents.
Born Alexandros Berdos in Thessaloniki, Greece, Cellar has emerged as one of the most unique DJs in Europe following his 2004 move to London.
By 2009, with several releases under his belt, Celler had become a popular booking at at London's infamous Fabric, as well as Amnesia, DC10 and Underground in Ibiza, and he can also lay claim to having strong followings in Amsterdam and Berlin.
But it's Celler's unique approach to electronic music that put him high on the list of Caché's wishlist; dipping in and out of old and modern tracks, Celler's sound has often been best described as being energetic and, for lack of a better term, groovy, thanks to his penchant for deep base and loose rhythms.
While Klady and Aly B have largely been keeping their cards close to their chests regarding the future of the series, what we do now at this point is that Caché is very much about bringing new, innovative electronic music to the masses, steering away from the crowd-pleasing thud-thud, crash-crash that has come to define house music in Egypt.
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By Kalam El Qahaira