Movimientos Presents: Conjunto Sabroso + Immigrant Swing + More Peas + Ru Robinson

DATE:
18 December 2015

LOCATION:
Hootananny, Brixton

Movimientos Presents: Conjunto Sabroso + Immigrant Swing + More Peas + Ru Robinson

Movimientos are back with another spectacular Hootananny night filled with rhythms keep you dancing all night long! This month gracing the stage will be Latin swing veterans Conjunto Sabroso. Joining them are Immigrant Swing, known for their energetic blues sounds. Finally, we present More Peas, with their funk-punk beats and grooves.

CONJUNTO SABROSO
London All-Star Latin Swing
One of London’s most established and popular Latin bands, Conjunto Sabroso are renowned for their authentic swing and lively presence on stage, featuring vibrant horns and powerful percussion, keeping audiences glued to the dance floor wherever they play.

Led by outstanding multi - percussionist Wilmer Sifontes from Venezuela, and fronted by charismatic Colombian singer Luz Elena Caicedo, the band has brought together some of the most experienced musicians in the Latin circuit, to produce their own distinctive and original sound.

IMMIGRANT SWING
The Self styled masters of Riot Swing direct from Bristol
Bristol based Riot Swing band, merging Manouche Jazz and Blues rhythm section with Beat Poetry and multilingual lyrics. This energetic festival group has played at Bestival, Ealing Jazz Festival, Bristol Harbourside Festival and Refugee week amongst others. Immigrant Swing has featured in English, Colombian and Italian television, as well as well as local radio on, Ujima, BBC Radio 3 and BCfm.

MORE PEAS
Punk-Funk Bass, Beats, & Latin Grooves
Sweat-drenched basslines and grooves straight out of Parliament, layered with sultry punk vocals inspired by the likes of ESG and The Slits, all with a touch of feminism and unitards. This London punk-funk trio are destined for big things

RU ROBINSON
Ru is recognised for smiley, exciting and original DJ sets, satisfying a range of varied bills across the UK. His broad collection of global music is lovingly selected for the dance floor, with focus on the diverse sounds of Latin America and Africa, often delving into the irresistible influences of funk, dancehall and swing.


Links:

Conjunto Sabroso

Immigrant Swing

More Peas

DJ Ru Robinson

Movimientos presents:
Gypsy Butter + Immigrant Swing + More Peas
@ Hootananny
Friday December 18th 2015
Free before 10pm, £4 after (with membership), £6 (without)
Hootananny Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, Greater London, SW2 1DF
Tube: Brixton

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