Movimientos Presents: Gypsy Butter + Cable Street Collective + Los Dos Amigos

DATE:
10 October 2015

LOCATION:
Hootananny

Movimientos Presents: Gypsy Butter + Cable Street Collective + Los Dos Amigos

Movimientos are back bringing you three more bands at the top of the game. To launch their debut official single ‘Out of Luck’ on Movimientos Records we’ve got Gypsy Butter with a whole host of swinging rumba flamenco and London swagger. Plus, back on the scene after smashing the festival circuit over the summer we’ve got our favourite afro-pop party starters Cable Street Collective. Kicking the night off we’ve got quirky cumbi, rumba and tequila anthems from Los Dos Amigos. Of course Movimientos DJs will be connecting the dots in between and keep you dancing right till the very end!

GYPSY BUTTER
Rumba flamenco - gypsy swing - London swagger!

CABLE STREET COLLECTIVE
Afro-Pop carnival party starters

LOS DOS AMIGOS
Acoustic rumba, cumbia & tequila anthems

MOVIMIENTOS DJS
Latin fire, carnival beats and tropical bass

GYPSY BUTTER

Launching their debut single official ‘Out of Luck’ on Movimientos Records, Gypsy Butter will be bringing their eclectic mix of flamenco, jazz, latin, and gypsy music with upbeat and contagious rhythms that are guaranteed to draw a crowd. Expect powerful sax solos and driving guitar riffs complemented by accordion, big bass lines and whimsical bi-lingual vocals that speak of romance in the city and love spurned.

CABLE STREET COLLECTIVE

Hot off the heels of their debut EP ‘The Best of Times’ and from a summer of smashing the festival scene, Cable Street Collective are back for their London come backing, bringing their rhythm-driven, African-influenced sunshine music that they call Carnival Pop.

With an ear for a catchy tune and a stomping beat, they have been tearing up dance floors and festival stages up and down the country over the last 18 months.

Their music draws on influences like Congolese Soukous and South African Kwela as well as sounds from closer to home such as Primal Scream, the Stone Roses, Major Lazer, the Beta Band, Tune Yards, and the Happy Mondays.

LOS DOS AMIGOS

Los Dos Amigos bring energetic Latin vibes with hints of Pop Music, Salsa, Rumba, Cumbia. You can taste the tequila!

Movimientos presents:
Gypsy Butter + Cable Street Collective + Los Dos Amigos
@ Hootananny
Sat 10th October 2015
Free before 10pm, £4 after (with membership), £6 (without)
Hootananny Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, Greater London, SW2 1DF
Tube: Brixton

Links:

GYPSY BUTTER

CABLE STREET COLLECTIVE
LOS DOS AMIGOS

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