Illustrious DJ duo Bedouin are bringing their Middle Eastern-inspired grooves to America’s Mecca of dance music, Club Space, for a bi-monthly residency.
Tamer Malki and Rami Abousabe, better known as Bedouin, have brought Middle Eastern-influenced dance music to the masses since 2014. From landing significant bookings at globally renowned festivals like Coachella and Tomorrowland to establishing themselves as Burning Man mainstays for over a decade, Bedouin has excelled in delivering a fresh yet exotic sound to dance floors of all shapes and sizes. Bedouin’s sound can transcend space and time, take listeners into the sonic unknown, and expose them to an underground sound tailor-made for those seeking new horizons.
Bedouin leads the charge as the global house sound has continued to push itself into the spotlight. That spotlight resides at the center of the dance music universe: Miami’s notorious Club Space. The legendary Space Terrace will host three unique bi-monthly sets from Bedouin starting December 15, moving into February 17 and April 6 as the stary Miami night fades into another mystical sunrise on America’s most iconic dance floor.
When the party kicks off in December, Bedouin will be in immaculate company as Francesca Lombardo will play direct support for the evening, as well as incendiary sets from Notre Dame and the always top-tier grooves of Space residents Ms Mada and Thunderpony.
While few artists can say they hold a residency at the iconic Club Space, Bedouin’s auditory adventure through the sunrise is the perfect fit for the space invaders who choose to welcome the warmth of the Miami morning. They bring their unique productions, emotive melodies, and high-energy grooves back to their home of Miami for one of the duo’s next career stepping stones as they continue solidifying their staying power amongst the ever-evolving realm of dance music.