Antony Mburu | Don Quan | DJ Mapusa | MC Kaman | Kash
Saturdays at Jaeger is about guilty pleasures and heady dance floors. Nightflight is a night of contrasts, between an accessible melody and the primordial beat, with a focus on the dance floor. MC Kaman is back in the cellar. Ever the iconoclast, there’s no musical taboo that MC Kaman is willing to accommodate and the music in his record box is the music of an innocent youth, carefree and unperturbed by the opinion of others. There is no irony to be found here… only a good time in the company of good popular music.
#house #techhouse #pop
MC Kaman & Kash
cc: 150kr / free before 22:00
This event is free for personal assistants with the display of a valid “ledsagerbevis”.
Antony is a relatively new addition to the DJ scene in the capital of Oslo, but with his playful approach to music from all corners of the world and genres, it’s easy to see why he keeps popping up behind the decks. You’ll find him eagerly searching for obscure gems in dusty basements. His sets range from old Chicago and Detroit classics to the sounds of today’s hottest Afro sub-genres like Gqom, Afro Tech, and Amapiano. Antony approaches DJing with reverence, honesty, and a curiosity that borders on extreme geekiness. Thanks to his passion, every evening and every selection offers something new, energetic, and unique.
A larger than life figure and one of the proprietors of Oslo’s “hard core clubbing” (sic) institution, MC Kaman might play underground, but his sole purpose in life is cultivating a convivial atmosphere. His CD cases quite literally bulge with guilty pleasures and affable arrangements from the charts. There’s no musical taboo that MC Kaman is not willing to accommodate and the music he plays. There is no irony to be found in an MC Kaman set… only a good time in the company of good popular music. MC Kaman POPs!
Kashfa King Gashamura (aka Kash / kash king) is an actor, radio presenter and DJ, who has played a influenced many kyoung Norwegian’s core memories as a Children’s tv host. He’s a familiar face on the Norwegian cultural spectrum and as an actor he’s recognised both on stage and on screen. When he’s not in the public eye, he moonlights as a DJ, making this rare appearance alongside MC Kaman in our booth.