MOVIMIENTOS XMAS FIESTA 2014

DATE:
19 December 2014

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

MOVIMIENTOS XMAS FIESTA 2014

Movimientos Xmas Fiesta 2014
19th December 2014 @ Passing Clouds // 7pm-3am

For our winter bonanza we have special guests and festival favourites Pachango from the south coast of England via Colombia and Spain - their sound combines bouncy Ska and Hip Hop flavours alongside rolling Latin percussion and Cumbia beats. And hot on the heels of their debut EP release Cable Street Collective whose sound draws from African Highlife and Soukous whilst throwing in elements of Funk, Ska and Soul for a sublime carnival pop experience.

Keeping the dancefloor jumpin’Movimientos’ Cal Jader is joined by regular compadre MadMax(Jukebox Baloo) plus there’s debut Movimientos sets from Larry SKG(Frutos Prohibido), Ru Robinson from Bristol crew Son Chaméléon and party starter La Luz. And upstairs Alborada celebrate a brilliant 2014 with some short films between 7 and 9pm followed by special acoustic guests live and their crew of DJ selectors, followed DJ Vivi Reis who joins Udigrudi’s Larissa for another exquisite journey through Brazilian beats and tropical vinyls.

Live
Ska Hip Hop Cumbia

High life pop

DJs
Cal Jader (Movimientos)
Madmax (Jukebox Baloo)
Larry SKG (Frutos Prohibido)
Ru Robinson (Son Caméléon)
La Luz


Upstairs
Alborada All Star selectors + special guests & Short film screenings
Udigrudi: Larissa & Vivi Reis
(See Below)

Friday 19thDecember 2014
Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA
7pm – 3am
Free before 9pm / £5 before 10pm / £10 after

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Early on Alborada host their own Xmas party upstairs

7pm-9.30pm: We begin with an hour of Calle 13's concert in Venezuela in December 2011 + talks and short films from Alborada Films and others (see below)

Short films and documentary excerpts on the night include:

A speaker from The London Mexico Solidarity Group will come to provide an update on the case of the 43 missing students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico.

Rose Marie Lerner from Chaka Studio will introduce their upcoming documentary The Quipu Project, an interactive documentary about women sterilised in Peru in the mid-1990s.
They will also show some exclusive excerpt from the project.
Fore more information about the project and to contribute to its crowdfunding campaign, visit:https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/quipu-project-a-living-interactive-documentary

Goppi the Cuban Indian (Director: Sonum Sumaria, 2013, 7 minutes)
Am intimate culinary journey with Goppi, one of the very few Indians living in Havana, Cuba.

Followed by Alborada Soundsystem DJs.

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