Beirut-Based Collective Retrogroove Return to Cairo for February Gig
After an appearance at GVO's November event and a showcase the following December, the Lebanese outfit can't seem to stay away.
In Egypt, they say that when you drink from the Nile, you’re destined to come back. Before we continue, you should under no circumstances drink from the Nile, even if a mermaid appears and beckons you. No. Just don’t.
The metaphor seems to ring true with the folks of Beirut-based collective, Retrogroove, who are set to return to Cairo on February 4th, after visiting as part of a GVO party in Novemebr 2021, and then again in December for a showcase.
Known for their unashamedly and unapologetically colourful nights - think groovy tunes and exoctic party production - their return will take place at a secret venue in the Cairo’s leafy suburb, Maadi, and they’ve recruited some local talent in the form of Nour Fahmy.
The rest of the line-up will welcome Lebanese DJs, Klo and Allen, who will both be making their Cairo debuts, while Retrogroove co-founder, Ralph Nasr, will headline.
For more information contact retrogroove_ on insagram, or +201002770738.
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