Bedouin and LUM
Tuesday isn’t just another day but the day with a vibrant night on the horizon. It unfolds with high-pitch cheers and chants to sunset, transposing – with dusk falling – down into whoops and applause to our electroacoustic deep house daimons one by one taking and changing shapes on stage.
Bedouin is a Brooklyn-based production and DJ partnership between nomads Rami Abousabe and Tamer Malki, who are creating their own idiosyncratic spell of melodies and rhythms. Together they share an eclectic sonic vision that pulls from diverse influences owing to their Middle Eastern heritage, Western upbringing, and world travels. Their combined musical backgrounds and ever-evolving taste captures the sensibility of imagination and constantly explores the connection between ourselves and the future.
Having grown up imbibing the indigenous cultures of Mexico’s Riviera Maya and his native Argentina, LUM conceptually explores the confluences and diffluences of ancient and contemporary civilizations with electronic beats, jungle sounds, and traditional instruments. He invites his denizens to leave the dance floor and dance under the stars.