Movimientos @ Passing Clouds

DATE:
15 June 2012

LOCATION:
Passing Clouds

Movimientos @ Passing Clouds

Movimientos
@ Passing Clouds

Friday 15th June


Swinging Latin, Brazilian and Tropical music and culture over two floors with the return of Movimientos live favourites Wara - launching their 'Pretty Cliche' remix EP with the help of one of the remixers special guest DJ Makala and new band with members of both Wara and Jardares Por Fuera - Mamanallora!

Live acts
Wara

+ Mamanollora

DJs
Special guest from Spain DJ Makala (Lovemonk)
DJ Cal Jader

Upstairs
Udigrudi
Larissa + Mozhez + Alquimix

+ Documentary film screening: 'Cartas Para Angola' presented by Sounds and Colours

Entry
£5 b4 10 / £8 after

Friday 15th June
8pm-3am
@ Passing Clouds
1 Richmond Road, E8 4AA
Train: Dalston Kingsland / Junction

 

Movimientos celebrates the remix EP release of Wara's 'Pretty Cliche', a live favourite and as one of the first tracks ever to blend Cumbia with Cuban Timba and Hip Hop - a true Latin-London style mash up!! For the release launch party at Passing Clouds Wara return to the live stage for the first time in over 7 months plus we welcome special guest from the Basque country in Spain and one of the remixers DJ Makala who joins Movimientos' DJ Cal Jader on the decks for a all things Latin, Tropical and funky.

Also on the live set new band MamaNollora featuring members of Wara and other Movimientos favourites Jardares Por Fuera who play a happy fusion of Reggae, Latin Funk, Rumba with a bit of Ska, Swing and Drum and Bass. Plus upstairs Udgrudi host a seriously funky eclectic Brazilian themed affair with anything from tropicalia to samba, reggae, funk and latin beats with DJs Larissa and guests Mozhev and Alquimix. And early on upstairs Sounds and Colours present a screening of the film 'Cartas Para Angola' an exploration of identity and an insight into the similarities and differences between people from Brazil, Angola and Portugal.


More info
Wara
**Winners of the LUKAS Entertainment Award – Alternative Act of the Year 2012**
Championing a wild fusion of Cuban timba and salsa with soul, funk, Latin rhythms, reggae and drum and bass, WARA have been heralded as one of the most exciting acts in London right now. The band is fronted by Congolese-Argentinean vocalist Juanita Euka (niece of the legendary Congolese musician Franco); with musical director Eliane Correa, who takes the vocal lead on 'Pretty Cliche', on keys and not to forget MC Murmur (Fur) on the rhymes.

"They mash Cuban jazz-funk, clubby beats and smart hooks – lead track 'Flesh And Bone' is a Latin-London blast"
Single of the week - London Metro

"(Wara are) at the cutting edge…the musical pulse"
Lopa Kothari, BBC Radio 3

"They continue a powerful journey into latin funk that has been undertaken by only a handful of bands recently. Its strong and energetic stuff and I'm loving it."
John Warr, Afrobase


Makala
A prolific DJ, musician, producer and remixer who’s been on the scene for two decades, playing massive clubs and festivals across Europe as well as hosting his own legendary Global Funk Parties in his local Basque Country. A stalwart of the ever excellent Lovemonk Records with several releases and a recent album, 'Unexpected Tapas', on the label. His production styles veer from Spanish rumba beats, gypsy swing, funk and jazz to more tropical sounds like latin, boogaloo, cumbia and ska, seamlessly combined with modern electronics.
http://djmakala.wordpress.com/
http://www.mixcloud.com/djmakala/


Udigrudi
Inspired by the counter-culture movement of Recife, Brazil in the 70's - the Udigrudi host a seriously funky eclectic Brazilian themed affair with anything from tropicalia to samba, reggae, funk and latin beats with DJs Larissa and guests Mozhev and Alquimix
https://www.facebook.com/udigrudi

Cartas Para Angola
A documentary where various Brazilians with a connection to Angola are asked to send video postcards to people they once knew in Angola or sometimes complete strangers, and the reaction of the Angolans is filmed. Which makes for this really interesting piece about identity, while also revealing a lot about the similarities and differences between people from Brazil, Angola and Portugal.
http://www.laboratoriocisco.org/cartas/

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