Movimientos presents: La Sra Tomasa + Dai and The Ramblers + RENU + DJ OGT

DATE:
19 April 2014

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

Movimientos presents: La Sra Tomasa + Dai and The Ramblers + RENU + DJ OGT

Saturday 19th April 2013
Hootananny, 95 Effra Road, Brixton SW2 1DF
9pm – 3am
Free before 10pm and £3 after

Movimientos presents another huge line up of Latin and global sounds at Brixton's number one spot for live music. With La Sra Tomasa making their Brixton debut coming all the way from Barcelona with a sound that mixes latin rhythms with modern dancefloor beats and generous support from Mano De Dios frontman Jackson Scott's new project - kind of like Syd Barret goes to New Orleans and the genre bending sound of RENU like Serge Gainsbourg meets the Kinks. Plus more Spanish fire from DJ OGT joining the Tomasa boys on their trip from Catalonia, get ready for some serious musical sabor!

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La Sra Tomasa
Latin Beats / Rumba / Dubstep / Drum n Bass

One of the freshest new talents causing a stir on the Barcelona scene, La Senora Tomasa experiment with traditional Latin styles like Timba, Salsa, and Guaguancó, mashed up with floor-filling Rumba Catalana, Reggae, Funk and Hip Hop. Combining a Mestizo vibe with Electronic explorations, this is set to be a special performance full of strength and vitality.
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Dai and The Ramblers
Rocking accordian driven Blues, folk and Zydeco

Dai & The Ramblers have spent the last couple of years serenading London folk with their unusual and bewitchingly unhip sound. Shouting the blues, folking around, balladeering and mixing all that up with a bit of gonzo jazz, the band have developed into one of London's finest roots music acts.

In 2013 Dai & The Ramblers recorded their debut album, Duw Duw, with Grammy Award-winning producer Liam Watson. Since coming out in 2014 it received BBC radio play and acclaim from the music press, where it has variously been described as "a joyous romp", "righteous and loose" and "an organic, swinging masterpiece".?

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Renu
The Kinks meets Serge Gainsbourg on a Tarantino soundtrack
8 piece including 3 Opera singers, a harpist, and a string section and headed by Percussionist, Composer, Producer, Lyricist and Multi-instrumentalist - RENU. This is the genre bending sound of London
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DJ OGT (Agro-Rumba / Catalonia)
Rumba/ Cumbia / Tropical Beats

Adding some extra Catalan spice is the main man DJ OGT - hailing from Reus, Catalonia his reputation is growing fast with his intoxicating mix of Spanish Rumba with Cumbia, Electro-Latin and Tropical Beats.

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