Our Kurt Galalah was recently at our favourite hotspot, Cairo Jazz Club, for some midweek fun, and Dancestock did NOT disappoint...
The sexy people of Cairo invaded the Cairo Jazz Club stage on Wednesday night for a midweek feast of sick House beats. As a Dancestock virgin, I had heard great things, but I wanted to see it, to hear things for myself, even if it that meant going out on a school night and regretting it the next day at work.
Our favourite duo, DJs Aguizi & Fahim got proceedings underway with a varied selection that turned the crowd into an army of anime robots dancing in unison to their melodic House music. It was crazy - the best kind of crazy.
And just when I thought it couldn't get any better, House master DBMM takes over the stage and whips the crowd into a frenzy with a euphoric mix that got everybody not fifty, but a hundred shades of cray cray. The Swiss-man certainly didn't disappoint. He kept the party going until far too late, and by too late we mean TOO LATE. In short, Dancestock provided a solid start to the weekend, some quality House tracks and, most of all, a shitload of fun. Next week, it's DJ Ramy's turn to represent Egyptian talent before Chris Jylkke flies in from Sweden to give us a taste of the superb Scandanavian music scene.
Photography by Ayman Kamel.