Movimientos Presents: Jungle By Night // Citadel + Guests @ Hootananny

DATE:
20 July 2013

LOCATION:
Hootananny, 95 Effra Road, Brixton, London, SW2 1DF

Movimientos Presents: Jungle By Night // Citadel + Guests @ Hootananny

Saturday 20th July @ Hootananny

Movimientos welcomes another killer line-up with a very special guest international act Jungle By Night - an Amsterdam based music clan bringing a mix of Soul, Funk, Afrobeat, Ethiojazz, Dub and Rock - they were recently nominated for the BBC Radio 6 Soul and Jazz Award (best album, best new act) and have recently collaborated on tracks with The Gaslamp Killer. Support comes from rabble rousing Italian troupe Rumba De Bodas with their swinging blend of Balkan, Ska, Cumbia and Tango.from Citadel who fuse Latin, Funk, Hip Hop and Reggae and more on the night. Original Movimientos DJ Cal Jader on the decks. Get down early, it's gonna be a big night....and it's the after party for the Lambeth country fair, always a big date in the local calender.

Live Acts:

Jungle by Night consists of nine lads from Amsterdam who produce a sounds of Soul, Funk, Afrobeat, Ethiojazz, Dub and Rock. The band were invited to perform as the opening act at concerts of Mayer Hawthorne and The Roots & John Legend. They were guests in Paris at shows of musical godfathers Mulatu Astatke and Orchestre Poly-Ritmo de Cotonou and invited Seun Kuti and Tony Allen to their own Felabration festival in Amsterdam! To be expected 2013: collaborations with L.A based DJ Gaslampkiller. They're currently touring Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, UK, Canada. www.junglebynight.com

Rumba De Bodas return after rocking the joint in April and ahead of their shows at Secret Garden Party. They are a rabble rousing mix are a Bologna-based wild band that represent "a musical encounter between different identities and cultures, so that the energies of diverse styles unite in a common artistic and musical journey. It is this very mix of genres, from Latin to Swing, Balcanica to Reggae, Soul to Folk, which gives life to a spectacularly interesting explosion?http://rumbadebodas.com/

Citadel are supporting with a stronghold of skilled musicians breaking down generic walls and bringing an eclectic mix of music from Latin to Reggae through to Funk with twists of Hip Hop. Weaving a diverse range of influences and feel good danceable tunes into their original musical mix.
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Dengue Dengue Dengue who were originally on the bill for this show had to cancel their trip due to visa issues but we will endevour to bring you them at some point in the near future.?

Movimientos original DJ Cal Jader spins his trademark heavy party sounds from the new Latin underground. Soundcloud

Free before 10pm, £3 after 10pm
Saturday July 20th @ Hootananny Brixton

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