SAT 19 OCT 2019, 9:30pm  Babaganoush film clip launch at Bar Open with 64 & Red Rakia: A night of Gypsy, Balkan, Turkish Music with Anatolian origins & bellydance

Come along and celebrate the launch of Babaganoush’s first music film clip! Babaganoush just released their 3rd album “Dance Of The Mother” in May this year. They have decided to go the whole hog and make a film clip to the well loved Romani/Gypsy Serbian-Greek song “Ramo Ramo Cocek” on their album. They will play this song and many other great Gypsy & Balkan tunes in a hypnotic and lively dance set in which Red Rakia (belly dance duo featured in the film clip) will join them. Babaganoush will of course screen the film clip for all to see the magic they and Nova Films have created. Turkish dance band 64 will warm up the evening with some beautiful Anatolian rhythms and melodies.

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Babaganoush are an energetic exuberant, rapturous five piece band for indulging in ancient folklorique sounds with an edge of unequivocal conviction. They play the best mix of Gypsy Music, Balkan Beats & Greek Folk with an organic beauty that is rare and unforgettable! From the Spiegeltent to Europe’s liveliest bars, and Australia’s greatest music festivals Babaganoush have ventured the world music circuit in full swing.

Gypsy/Romani & Balkan music from Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, Macedonia &

64 is a music band with Turkish origins.
As it is a pleasure for us to play with additional instrumentalists and vocals in our group every now and then, the core members of the band remain as Erkin, Sertac, Tugba and Volga.
Byron Triandafyllidis from Babaganoush will collaborate with 64 on this special evening.

Mostly playing songs with Anatolian-origins, we are keen to make music that is plain enough to listen at ease and enjoy, along with a bit of complexity that comes from combining different genres and cultures into one melody.

9:30pm Doors Open
10pm – 11pm – 64
11:30pm – 12:30am – Babaganoush, Red Rakia and screening of the music film clip