Movimientos presents BAILA CON DIOS @ Lockside

DATE:
26 October 2013

LOCATION:
Lockside Lounge Camden Lock 75 -89 Upper Walkway, West Yard, NW1 8AF

Movimientos presents BAILA CON DIOS @ Lockside

Saturday 26th October @ Lockside Lounge
Tube: Camden / Chalk Farm
8pm - 3am
£3 before 12am // £5 after 12am

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TROPICAL BASS / CARNIVAL RHYTHMS / LATIN / FUNK / CUMBIA / DANCEHALL / REGGAE ?AFROBEATS / BAILE FUNK / KUDURO / MOOMBAHTON / ELECTRO DEMBOW


Join us for the freshest tropical and carnival party beats, as we line-up DJs representing the truest and newest rhythms from Latin America to the Caribbean and Africa with an urban and electronic twist. Patrick tor 4 headlines, a household name on the Brazilian and global scene, he'll be flying in from Brazil with sounds from northeastern Baião to Balkan beats, from African Kuduro to Carioca's baile funk, from Latin Pará's Tecnobrega to Cumbia Digital... Yes. We also have DJ Guynamite, founder of London's Boglewaltz parties who recently co-launched the GUYNAMUKAT Edits label - the hot African and Caribbean Disco edits have become a tropical staple at beach parties, festivals and clubs with DJ support from Gilles Peterson and Mr Scruff amongst others. Also don't miss Fade 2 - the Hackney warehouse originating producer, DJ and music writer specialising in African, Caribbean and electronic music, who returns to us from gigs in Guadelope and Berlin! Plus DJ Karamel will be gracing us with his mighty carnival frontier of tunes including Afrobeat, Boogaloo, Cumbia, Highlife, Dancehall and Funk. Get down.

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DJs

PATRICKTOR4 (Brazil)

Patricktor4 is one of the biggest Brazilian DJs and producers today, born in Bahia he spent much of his life traveling the north and northeast of Brazil where he saw, heard and absorbed all the influences of popular music produced and consumed in there. As a DJ and Radiomaker, Patricktor4 deconstructed the ethnical plurality forming the musicality of Brazil, seeking their equivalent sound in the world, those who use the same elements to form other trends, from the northeastern Baião to Balkan beats of Eastern Europe, from African Kuduro to Carioca's baile funk, from Latin Pará's Tecnobrega to Cumbia Digital, from the guitarrada amazônica to Caribbean Zouk, from Bahia's Afoxé to Nigerian Afrobeat, the result of these combinations makes his performance full of whipped Tropicals, fun, highly surprising and dancing. In “Cai na Roda”, the single for his next album called “Mestiç(z)o”, he mixes capoeira elements with afro-brazilian afoxé beats with tropical bass flavour.



DJ GUYNAMITE (Guynamukat)

DJ Guynamite has been turning up the heat at dancefloors across the world in recent years either in person as a DJ and party host or remotely via his productions, remixes and edits under the Guynamite and GUYNAMUKAT monikers. Recently Guy launched the GUYNAMUKAT Edits label along with Mukatsuku Records boss Nik Weston. The series of African and Caribbean Disco edits have become a tropical staple at beach parties, festivals and clubs with DJ support from Gilles Peterson, Mr Scruff and Faze Action amongst others. As a founder of the Boglewaltz parties he has hosted some of London's most talked about events from sangria-fuelled street parties with surprise guests including Damian Marley and Aloe Blacc to warehouse parties at secret locations across the capital.



FADE 2 (Everyday Hustle)

Fade 2 is a producer, DJ and music writer specialising in African, Caribbean and electronic music. Originally active in London'swarehouse party scene with the i-ality hi fi sound system, in recent years he's played alongside the Sofrito crew in London and Guadeloupe, with Crucial promotions in Addis Ababa and at Mark Ernestus's Wax Treatment events in Berlin, as well as running the Everyday Hustle nights in Hackney. His Interzone Dub album was released on New York's Black Redemption label in 2013.



DJ KARAMEL (Globoloco)

Globolocal DJ Karamel's Middle Eastern and Irish upbringing has given him a taste for blending global influences. At his regular nights in Brixton and festivals around the UK he's known for spinning sounds from around the equator, Globoloco ventures across the carnival frontier with Afrobeat, Balkan Beats, Boogaloo, Cumbia, Funk Carioca, Dancehall, Funk, Highlife, Latin Hiphop, Mambo, Roots Reggae, Samba, Ska – always finely spiced and fully blended!


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Saturday 26th October @ Lockside Lounge
Tube: Camden / Chalk Farm
8pm - 3am
£3 before 12am // £5 after 12am
Tel: 020 7284 0007

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