Movimientos @ Passing Clouds: MATANZA + JUAN AYALA + DUB NATTY SESSIONS + LOKANDES + DJS

DATE:
15 August 2014

LOCATION:
Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, London, E8 4AA

Movimientos @ Passing Clouds: MATANZA + JUAN AYALA + DUB NATTY SESSIONS + LOKANDES + DJS

Friday 15th August 2014 @ Passing Clouds
7pm – 3am
Free before 9pm / £5 before 10pm / £10 after


Summer’s in full swing and we’re bringing a truly international line up - 4 live acts with a strong Chilean live musical flavour plus a touch of rootical Veneuzuelan vibes plus Alborada’s 5th birthday celebration and the usual latin-tropical buenas ondas (good vibes) over two floors at Dalston’s epic musical hub Passing Clouds on Friday the 15th August!

LIVE
Matanza (Chile)
Dub Natty Sessions (Venezuela)
Lokandes (UK)
+ Special Guest: Juan Ayala (Juana Fe / Chile)

DJs
Masaya (Chile / Sweden)
Cal Jader

Upstairs
Alborada DJs - Alborada 5th Birthday fiesta
Udigrudi DJs
+ special guests TBA

There is a very special guest in the form of Juan Ayala from one of the Chile’s most popular acts Juana Fe who will be playing a solo set upstairs plus a very special collaboration with London based Latin-Andean maestros Lokandes who will be joining Juan on several songs whilst performing a set of their own on the night. There’s another Chilean link with the sensational Matanza flying in for their London debut mixing future electronic beats with traditional melodies, live flutes and percussion. If that wasn’t enough another very special London debut from Veneuzuelan crew Dub Natty Sessions hot on the heels of their album produced and featuring UK reggae legend Dennis Bovell.

On the decks another Chilean connection with DJ Masaya (from Sweden’s Global Grooves) joins Cal Jader on the decks for the usual hot mix of latin beats with a tropical twist from Cumbia, Salsa and Merengue to Hip Hop, Dancehall with some serious Bass. And upstairs our good friends from?Alborada?DJs host the early part of the evening celebrating their 5th birthday - including a solo set from Juan Ayala - before Brazilian crew and vinyl specialists Udigrudi takeover for a swinging mix of tropicalia, samba and latin beats.

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