Love Carnival November

DATE:
24 November 2017

LOCATION:
CLF Art Cafe, Bussey Building, Peckham

Love Carnival November

In the tradition of bringing the finest and freshest from the tropical globalista scene we welcome Daniel Haaksman one of the key players in the global bass movement and head of pioneering label Man Recordings for a rare London gig. After releasing his internationally acclaimed "African Fabrics" album, Daniel returns to London to grace the Love Carnival stage. For the occasion, he will be celebrating the release of his upcoming compilation "Remixes 2009-2017" which includes his remixes for Batuk, Schlachthofbronx, Felipe Cordeiro, Mo Laudi and many more.


Get ready for Emily Dust blending neo-baile from Rio de Janeiro into Bristol bass, Angolan kuduro into grime and hip-hop and South African gqom into house! Her energetic sets have seen her play all over the world, from Jamaica to Berlin, sharing stages with the likes of Jus Now, DJ Target and Jamz Supernova and regular slots at festivals like Boomtown and Glastonbury. Her mixes have lit up the airwaves of BBC Radio 1Xtra, the British Council’s Selector, Triple J and she runs London night Flexx and her show on Radar Radio has grown into a leading platform for forward-thinking global sounds.


As ever, the Love Carnival familia Cal Jader, Selecta Madmax & MC Fedzilla will be representing the full spectrum of Tropical riddims, Global Bass, Dancehall & Carnival sounds.

Plus mind-blowing visuals from Oddscene, immersive interactive fun, colourful characters and vibrant decor.


Line-up:

Daniel Haaksman (Man Recordings)

Emily Dust?

MC Fedzilla / Cal Jader / Selecta Mad Max + guests TBC

Oddscene (Visuals)


Love Carnival is a regular party providing your recommended dose of tropical uplift at South London’s favourite warehouse spot. Bringing in top international and homebrewed guests from the world of tropical and global bass music. In the past two and a half years the party has hosted the likes of Chancha Via Circuito, Uproot Andy, Maga Bo, Poirier, Schlachthofbronx, Cocotaxi, The Mr Bongo Soundsystem, iZem, Chief Boima, Dance Kill Move, Isa GT, Mina, 47 Soul (live), Rafael Aragon and many more. DJs running through the spectrum of fresh tropical riddims from Cumbia to Afrobeats, Dancehall, Moombahton and much more. Not forgetting our cutting-edge visuals, vivid Love Carnival decor and interactive fun.


Real Tropical Vibes

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