Nyege Nyege Tapes breakthrough Kampire comes to Camden.
One of the key figureheads behind the new Lisbon sound that has been shaking soundsystems around the world, Branko is the boss of Enchufada, the label that introduced ‘zouk bass’ to the club scene in 2014. He's also a founding member and creative force behind legendary Portuguese group Buraka Som Sistema.
Branko will be celebrating his new album 'Nosso' with us alongside fast rising fast rising Nyege Nyege Tapes member Kampire, Mina, Dino d'Santiago and Hagan for a night that will venture from Gqom and afrobeats all the way to trap and techno.
Admission to Jazz Cafe is at management's discretion, advance tickets do not guarantee entry. If entry is refused to a ticket holder, you can obtain a full refund (minus booking fee) by contacting Jazz Cafe after the event at [email protected]
If advance tickets are sold out, there will be plenty available on the door from 22:30 so feel free to walk up. We recommend getting down early to avoid queues.