Movimientos presents: El Freaky + The Fontanas +JayStep + DJ Louie Snacks (Culture Cuts)

DATE:
23 June 2017

LOCATION:
Hootananny Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, Greater London, SW2 1DF

Movimientos presents: El Freaky + The Fontanas +JayStep + DJ Louie Snacks (Culture Cuts)

El Freaky
Electro Cumbia, Champeta & Dancehall direct from Colombia

El Freaky is a collective audiovisual that mixes Latin-American folklore with electronic beats and Afro-roots. The Freaky or "El Freaky" as it is known is a set that counts with two dj's mixing simultaneously and a VJ who gives life to different characters created by Fat Sugar daddy the 4th member of the crew. At the end Monsters, images and color explode harmoniously align with the music DJ's play.

They have been played with Calle 13, DIPLO, Thievery Corporation, SWITCH, Steve Aoki, NADASTROM, Sean Paul, SHAGGY, Toy Selectah, TEGO Calderon, Chinese man, 3Ball MTY, Cultura Profetica and many more.

The Fontanas
Heavy groove blend of Latin, Brazilian Funk and Ska
The Fontanas bring a sound which says everything that's great about summer.
They deliver an upbeat live-set that gets audiences bouncing around like 'carnival come early'. The Fontanas have trail blazed across the festival circuit and lapped it up. Their sound takes in Funky Brazilian influences and ska, but defines its sound from their base in London. The band is comprised of hand picked musicians who have played alongside the likes of Incognito and Alice Russell.


Jay Step
Eclectic fusion of Afrobeat, Hip-Hop, Funk, Jazz and Rock
Founded in 2015, JAY STEP explores groovy tones in depth with the goal to extract a new musical essence and creates a brand new wave of sounds and sonorities.
Inspired by a Funk and Jazz influence but devoted to go beyond the limits of rhythm and harmony, Jaystep has hit the ground running by mixing an Afrobeat or Hip-Hop sounds with a Jazz, Super Rock and New Orleans’ styles and sonorities.

JAY STEP is composed of 8 talented friends and musicians from diverse backgrounds:A Tribal Urban beat rhythm bustling by four arms on drum and percussions, a New Jazz harmony with bass and keyboard and a New Orleans-fever's style section with brass instruments.
JAY STEP decided to concentrate their talents toward the exploration of new sonorities and sounds that reflect their musical conviction as well as develop and compose their own inspiration that thrives and translate their passion for music.

Louie Snacks (Culture Cuts)
Tropical Party Mix
Co Founder of the Culture Cuts Collective, Louie Snacks is known for his eclectic blends of tropically tinted party bass music and his dizzy dancing skills.
He starting mixing as part of a DJ Collective, but over the last year has expanded into playing/recording his own solo sets blending an eclectic mix of Funk, Dub, Hip-Hop, Ska, Latin Jazz, Brass Bands and Electronica.
When the party kicks up a notch, Louie transforms into the skatty, unhinged dancefloor-junkie "Loo Foodle", blending Tropical Bass, Disco, Jungle D&B, Future Garage, Dancehall, House and Moombahton.

Movimientos Presents:
El Freaky (Colombia) + The Fontanas + JayStep + Movimientos DJs
Friday 23rd June 2017
@ Hootananny
Free before 10pm, £5 after
Hootananny Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, Greater London, SW2 1DF
Tube: Brixton

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