Movimientos presents: La Sra Tomasa + Gypsy Butter + Dub Across Borders + Movimientos DJs

DATE:
18 April 2014

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

Movimientos presents: La Sra Tomasa + Gypsy Butter + Dub Across Borders + Movimientos DJs

Friday 18th April 2014


Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA


7pm – 3am


Free before 9pm

£5 before 11pm and £10 after

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La Sra Tomasa

Gypsy / Balkan / Salsa / Fusion

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 Catalane, 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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Gypsy Butter

Flamenco / Latin / Jazz / Gypsy

Gypsy Butter are an eclectic mix of flamenco, jazz, Latin, and gypsy music with upbeat and contagious rhythms that are guaranteed to get the crowd jumping. Expect powerful sax and driving guitar riffs complemented by whimsical vocals, accordion, and big Cuban bass lines.

Listen to themhere

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Dub Across Borders

Deep Dub / Latin folk

Deep dub explorations with a healthy dose of Colombian flavour. Dub Across Borders is a melting pot for musical ideas and creativity, with a strong anchor in the dub genre, though the music incorporates folkloric instruments and rhythms in a contemporary context. Colombian percussion, African voices and the big echoes of Jamaican dub are some of the key ingredients.

https://soundcloud.com/dub-across-borders

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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.

https://soundcloud.com/dj-ogt

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DJs Arias & Cal Jader (Movimientos)

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