Muévete!

DATE:
20 June 2015

LOCATION:
Notting Hill Arts Club

Muévete!

We’re back at Notting Hill Arts Club with two Muévete veterans who will have the place jumping and bouncing all night. From Lisbon, iZem, brings his future tropical beats laced with organic global grooves. While host Selecta Mad Max brings his usual mix of twisted tropical roots and bass.

iZem

iZem is a journeyman DJ, Producer, Radio Presenter and beat raconteur. Often writing music whilst crossing continents, the only place iZem allows dust to settle is in the heart, heat and rhythms of his local-global, analogue-digital, genre defying, future sounds. His debut album, "Hafa" is dropping imminently and new single Agua Viva (Feat. Nina Miranda) has had critical acclaim.

“An exciting take on Brazilian music” Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio 6)
“This tune is so good that I had to cut a dub plate 45 to play it out” Quantic

Selecta Mad Max

Originally from Birmingham and now residing in London, Selecta Mad Max, from Jukebox Baloo and a main player in the Love Carnival Crew, serves up his diverse selection of global bass music, underpinned with strong influences from roots and dub. Max blends original sounds into modern day electronic styles, celebrating musical cultures and genres from around the world. Expect dutty-dutty tropical vibes.

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 the rolling Latin rhythms of salsa, cumbia, merengue and Samba to the raw urban flavours of reggaeton, Hip Hop, dancehall, moombahton, baile funk and dutty carnival rhythms, incorporating a healthy dose of African beats and global underground music.

Put simply Muévete translates as 'Move it!' so we're not messing around - straight to the dancefloor!

iZem

Selecta Mad Max

Muévete!
Sat 20th June
Notting Hill Arts Club
7.30pm - 2.00am // Free before 8pm // £6 before 10pm // £8 after 10pm
Notting Hill Arts Club, 21 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3JQ

(Please bring photo ID to the club as the Notting Hill Arts Club uses Clubscan system for the safety of our customers)

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