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Vertigo
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Vanity
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Peoples Choice
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Dar Bouazza
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Café ES SAADA
Casablanca

Casa Voyager's Guide to Casablanca


Named after Casablanca’s railway station, Casa Voyager are a record label driving the underground music scene in Morocco. Founded by Driss Bennis, Youssef Benjelloun and Jonas Bengio, they've taken inspiration from their stints living abroad to push the boundaries of what people in the region expect from electro and breakbeats. We caught up with them at the Beat hotel to get an insight into the creative scene in Casablanca, which you can read about here.

Below you can find their 5 favourite spots across the city.

Named after Casablanca’s railway station, Casa Voyager are a record label driving the underground music scene in Morocco. Founded by Driss Bennis, Youssef Benjelloun and Jonas Bengio, they've taken inspiration from their stints living abroad to push the boundaries of what people in the region expect from electro and breakbeats. We caught up with them at the Beat hotel to get an insight into the creative scene in Casablanca, which you can read about here.

Below you can find their 5 favourite spots across the city.

Vertigo

"A bar with a nice basement where you can really express yourself. It’s great and you can play whatever you want too"

Vanity

"Wasn’t supposed to be what it is today. It was a mainstream club and you can still find some people with bottles and tables, but it’s kinda funny. It’s a strange mixture between bottles, models and underground. People play electro, breaks, techno...a bit of everything"

Peoples Choice

"The first ever record store in electronic music and other genres of course, but it’s the first modern record store which we have in Casablanca. It's just opened"

Dar Bouazza

"If you're just travelling to Casablanca make sure you stay in Dar Bouazza, a super sweet beach nearby"

Café ES SAADA

"Moroccan fast food on Bordeaux Blvd. They’re well down for having the best sandwiches in town. It’s a cool spot"

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