the Cabaret Aléatoire organizes two explosive evenings between techno, bass and house

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This weekend in Marseilles, The Random Cabaret promises two very rhythmic evenings. On the program, house and breakbit this Friday March 31 alongside Bambi, Anaco and Feroui, followed this Saturday April 1 of an evening curated by the Unhealthy Sisters.

Since its foundation in 2003, the Cabaret Aléatoire has established itself as an atypical club. Located on the Belle de Mai Wasteland, which hosts nearly 70 associations on the oldest factories of SEITA, the club has a grandiose space in the heart of various buildings dedicated for the majority of them to culture, and also a massive architecture with its raw concrete building. The place also has a 400m2 forecourt intended to make the reception more convivial to the public, on which lounges, dining areas, bars and artistic installations of all kinds are set up. Considered the lungs of Marseille nightlife, the club has already seen great figures of the electronic scene pass through, notably the Swedish Adam Beyer who opened the 2019 season, Sonja Moonear, the queen of house and minimal music, and the Canadian pioneer Richie Hawtin.

After Konstantin Sibold, Jack de Marseille, Luigi Madonna and Positive Education, the club continues its exploration of electronic music with an explosive weekend of two consecutive evenings. The L’Exfoliante event concept arrives at Cabaret Aléatoire on Friday March 31 for a house, breakbeat and techno evening. We will find there the bass house of Feroui et Bitthe hybrid style of Bambi and finally, the Marseille duo 42L b2b SABB. The Saturday April 1it will be the turn of Les Soeurs Malsaines to return the Cabaret Aléatoire, with the trance set ofHimejiles kicks acid techno de Lady Lulu b2b Shadow Cagole et un live du duo Unity.

All the information can be found on the Cabaret Aléatoire Facebook page, section events.