To celebrate Nissan’s crossover into music with Ministry of Sound, the world’s ultimate mobile sound system – the 'Juke Box' – has been touring Europe with the Juke Box Summer Sessions tour. On Wednesday the Juke Box will appear at Café Mambo for a sunset mix spun by DJ Matthew Charles.
We're told the Nissan Juke Box is the world’s most powerful mobile sound system which, built by world renowned audio engineers Martin Audio, is capable of generating 18,900W of audio power and more than 150db - louder than a jumbo jet in take-off! Which sounds painful to be honest, but nonetheless impressive.
Over the summer, Juke Box’s custom sound system, DJ booth and bespoke lighting rig have been taken on tour by DJs including Michael Woods and Mark Knight, plus some of Ministry of Sound’s most popular tour residents, including Shane Kehoe, Joelle Atkins and Nissan Juke Box Sessions radio show host Des Paul. Events on the tour have included Creamfields - featured heavily int he video below, Crammerrock and Chill & Ride.
Nissan is extending its relationship with London-based clubbing and electronic dance music brand Ministry of Sound in the form of a new limited edition Juke car, of which 3000 will be available to purchase. A true limited edition soundsystem on wheels.
So, if you can't afford a new cme, simply head down to Cafe Mambo tomorrow around 7pm onwards and you can look at a new one, listen to a new one, maybe even touch a new one - how's that for a unique way to spend your Wednesday evening? Nissan hasn't been so cool since the time of the Skyline model.
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