SELECTA MAD MAX

LOCATION:
Reggae, Jungle, Tropical Bass, Dub, Dancehall

BOOKING EMAIL:
music@movimientos.org.uk

Originally from Birmingham and now residing in London, MadMax from Birmingham Whomanity Sound plays many forms of global and tropical bass music. With a strong influence from roots and dub music, Max blends original sounds into modern day electronic styles, celebrating musical cultures and genres from around the world along the way. Having taken London by storm he's set to release his new set of Zouk Bass - Dancehall mashups Max's with more tropical mutations in the pipeline.

Selecta Mad Max has been firing up the dance at various Movimientos parties in the last year or so and you can check the mixtape for us to represent his tropical vibes. So here it is a sensational quickfire mash up of cumbia, dancehall, tropical bass, moombahton, afrohouse & kuduro.

CHECK IT AND DOWNLOAD IT!>>Jukebox Baloo Mixtape Vol l.

 

Listen:

https://soundcloud.com/selecta-madmax

www.mixcloud.com/madmax_whomanity


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21 July 2018

¡Muévete! with TrYb & Akimbo - July

Pure tropical party vibes! A favourite for Saturday night crowds in West London, Muévete is a monthly fiesta - a pure party version of Movimientos, with a dance floor-slammin' mash up of raw Latin beats and tropical bass. From Salsa to Cumbia, Merengue and Samba to Reggaeton, Latin Hip Hop, Brazilian beats and Carnival bass, alongside Afrobeats, Dancehall, Soca and Global Bass.

27 July 2018

Love Carnival with King Coya & Queen Cholas (Live) + Kaleema

Love Carnival returns to East London, this time heading to Redon, bringing more tropical vibes with two very exciting guests from Argentina! The inimitable King Coya & Queen Cholas, along with Kaleema, will be bringing a very special blend of Digital Folklore sounds to East London.

31 July 2018

BaianaSystem + Flavia Coelho + Prince Fatty

BaianaSystem is one of Brazil’s biggest and baddest live acts. Coming straight out of Bahia, the group not only amplify sound, but also the essence of local traditions. Influenced by Jamaican sound systems, huge percussive bass lines merge with Afro-Latin rhythms such as Frevo, Samba-Reggae, Pagode, Groove Arrastado, Ijexá, Kuduro and Reggae to create a truly unique sound. Inseparable from their music, the band’s distinctive visuals add a further dimension to their live shows.

31 July 2018

JM y Juanin & Los Cracks del Puerto

Movimientos welcomes JM y Juanin & Los Crack del Puerto to the Vortex for their debut London show! Coming all the way from Chile these guys give new life to a classic sound. Join us as they run through a repertoire of songs that range from tear-jerking boleros of lost love to everybody-up-and-dance cuecas extolling the virtues of drinking too much wine on never ending nights in the hills of Valparaiso.