Sababa 5

Sababa 5 emerged when a group of musicians, known for their work for the top Tel Aviv's music scene, joined forces. The band's sound constantly shifts across genres and beats, but at its core, it's always groove-centric. Their main source of inspiration comes from Israel's "lehakot ketzev" beat groups who combined psychedelic rock and Mediterranean Arab tunes back in the '60s and ‘70s. By blending Eastern and Western flavors and their own creative input, Sababa 5 creates a style that is one-of-a-kind.

DjeuhDjoah & Lieutenant Nicholson

Once again, DjeuhDjoah & Lieutenant Nicholson push the boundaries of traditional French song to make the world dance. Their third album, 2+, is a new sound stopover in their funky trip since their beginning with T’es qui? in 2015. It’s eclectic, soft, deep and funky - where electro, soul, Bossa nova and afro beat intertwine.

Nusantara Beat

Join Nusantara Beat on a journey to the land of their ancestors. This six-piece band - with members from Jungle by Night, Pom, EUT, The Mysterons, Maple or Surf Aid Kit - combines a love for traditional Indonesian songs from the 60s and 70s with their own style and creativity. The result? A tropical and mystical blend of sounds that honors their cultural heritage, and proves how rich and diverse Indonesian music is.

Lander & Adriaan

Their common fondness for slick digital synths and 90s underground dance music genres brought Lander & Adriaan together to submerge in symbiotic jams. The result? A gently disturbed mashup of genres like Chicago juke, Detroit techno, UK-Funky, Classic rave with jazz improv that brings you to a realm of unguilty pleasure, sheer weirdness and pure excitement. ‘Post Nudism Rave’, as they call it. Raw sweat-drippy dance music dipped in energy and euphoria.