Writing on Instagram, Dialled In says: "Look forward to a night of unreleased material and performances from their critically acclaimed album Nafs at Peace, as well as some very special guests."
The band will be joined by Ed “Tenderlonious” Cawthorne - London-based multi-instrumentalist label boss of 22a. Also joining will be Polish pianist and composer Marek “Latarnik” Pędziwiatr, who will be performing songs that were recorded in Lahore.
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Speaking to Mixmag about the upcoming gig, a representative from Dialled In says: "Having worked with the classical instrumentalists on their groundbreaking Boiler Room performance in Pakistan, we’re looking forward to sharing exactly why Jaubi are such inimitable talents, and why this is a performance you cannot miss.
"This particular artform is in demand to be seen by a wider audience and we hope to be able to do that with what will be an unforgettable show."
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Adding to this, Ed Cawthorne - aka Tenderlonious, says: "Union Chapel is the perfect venue for this gig.
"Playing traditional Hindustani ragas with a Pakistani band in a Christian church is particularly significant; as it represents a forward-thinking social commentary where three separate spiritual foundations are able to come together and celebrate the importance of cross-cultural collaboration through the universal language of music."
To find tickets for the show, taking place on August 18, click here.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter