Movimientos Spring Fiesta @ Passing Clouds 

DATE:
17 April 2015

LOCATION:
Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA

Movimientos Spring Fiesta @ Passing Clouds 

Movimientos Spring Fiesta @ Passing Clouds
Friday 17th April 2015

With spring in our stride Movimientos presents another packed line up welcoming 3 live acts and 2 international guest djs as well the usual latin, tropical and globalista good vibes over two floors at Dalston’s finest musical hub Passing Clouds.

Hot on the heels of their debut album release 'Purple Patch via our very own Movimientos Records The Fontanas bring their jump up funky latin sounds drawing on Samba Rock, Soul, Hip Hop, Swing and Ska for the ultimate festival vibes. Vibrations of Sound make their Passing Clouds debut - a band on a mission - set to release their debut album they bring their dynamic mix of Psychedelic Latin Soul to the stage. And warming things up one of the finest emerging new latin acts from the alternative scene in London - Baldo Verdú and Tonto Malembe mix Afro-Venezuelan rhythms with Funk and Rock.

Keeping the dancefloor jumpin’ in between Movimientos’ Cal Jader welcomes three guests longtime Movimientos friend - producer, remixer and don of the Basque country globalista scene DJ Makala - ready for any dance floor from Funky Latin sounds to Tropical bass. And From Brasil we welcome Rafael Ops from the Sistema Criolina crew - who are hugely influential in Brasilia's alternative scene throwing legendary parties and hosting some of Brasil's biggest acts - Ops is also Criolina's mash up king and producer with a keen ear for the funkiest underground, Afro-Brazilian and tropical beats. And after a killer set at Passing Clouds in December Ru Robinson from UK festival crew Son Chaméléon returns for more. Whilst Udigrudi's Larissa hosts upstairs for a journey through classic Samba and tropical vinyls with guests.

Live


DJs


Upstairs:
Udigrudi: Larissa & guests


7pm – 4am
Free before 9pm / £5 before 10pm / £10 after
Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA
Train: Dalston Junction / Dalston Kingsland

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