Steppers’s Delight at DRM
STEPPER’S DELIGHT is an exceptional event in Beirut’s vibrant nightlife: a dance extravaganza featuring some of the best non-commercial Lebanese DJ’s, with a revolving line-up and an impressive selection of tunes on each occasion.
Started in 2010 by DJ & musician Jawad Nawfal and promoter Jade Balaben, STEPPER’S DELIGHT is an exceptional event in Beirut’s vibrant nightlife: a dance extravaganza featuring some of the best non-commercial Lebanese DJ’s, with a revolving line-up and an impressive selection of tunes on each occasion.
The event has an impressively large musical scope, with a focus on dubstep, breaks, garage, glitch-hop and global electronica.
Date : Saturday, January 28, 2012
Price : L.L.20,000 Including One Drink
For information call +961.70030032
For sample sets and more info about STEPPER’S DELIGHT, go to: http://soundcloud.com/beirut-steppers.
Jawad Nawfal aka MUNMA is one of Beirut’s first and foremost talents in the field of modern electronica, with a variety of live and studio projects since the early 2000s, including AEX, ae_quo, Index/Left and most notably Munma (4 albums released to this day). His DJ sets are the stuff of legend, high-flying, mind-blowing affairs in which he dexterously spins breaks, garage, dubstep and abstract hiphop, as well as his own productions.
Caroline Tabet aka CAROLINE is a full-time photographer by day, with several successful exhibitions and one published book under her belt. She started spinning records in the early 2000s, as opening DJ for Jawad Nawfal’s live electronic sets with AEX. Since then, she has moved on to become a DJ in her own right, one of Beirut’s most cherished lady-spinners, with an impeccable flow and a wide selection of sounds, ranging from electronica and techno to breaks and dubstep.
You might know Ziad Nawfal (once known as Dj Panic) as the voice behind radio shows RUPTURES and DECALAGES, broadcast on Radio Lebanon 96.2FM since the mid-90s. In addition to his current activities as radio show host, producer and promoter for his Ruptured label, he is one of Beirut’s most beloved DJs. His faithful and bulky CD cases have made the round of Lebanese bars and clubs since the very early 90s, from Babylone and Zinc to The Basement, and more recently Momo at the Souks.