Movimientos presents

DATE:
5 May 2012

LOCATION:
Hootananny Brixton

Movimientos presents

Movimientos presents @Hootananny

Another huge Movimientos line up at the Hootananny with Jardares Por Fuera headlining with their anarchic take on spanish rumba-flamenco mixing with reggae, blues and a lot of swing. Sashi and The Wild Beans play a debut gig at the venue with an infectious, brass laden big band sound - fusing soul, funk and swing. Also with a Hootananny debut virtuoso drummer Renu brings her Kinks meets Serge Gainsbourg style pop with a Tarantino-esque a cinematic journey and soaring operatic vocals, many different textures and audio surprises.

On the decks resident DJs Cal Jader & special guest Subculture Sounds (Twisted Hearts) fill in the gaps with a full fat selection of latin beats, carnival rhythms, dancehall and tropical bass.

Live acts

Jardares Por Fuera
Firing spanish rumba with reggae, blues and swing

Sashi and The Wild Beans
Infectious - brass laden - soul, funk and swing big band

Renu
The Kinks meet Serge Gainsbourg on a Tarantino soundtrack live!!

DJs
Subculture Sounds (Twisted Hearts)
DJ Cal Jader (Movimientos)
Full fat selection of from latin beats, global bass music, tropical rhythms, dancehall and carnival vibes
Free entry before 11 / £3 after

8pm-3am

Hootananny Brixton

95 Effra Road, SW2 1DF

Tube: Brixton

Jardares Por Fuera
Jardares Por Fuera have boldly set alight every stage they’ve played and gained a dedicated following. They play an unconventional blend of Rumba-Flamenco enriched with Reggae, Swing and Hip Hop that captures the spirit of Barcelona meets London. Expect scintillating guitar-led melodies and Flamenco rhythms complemented by accordion, big basslines, high-energy cajon and deep female vocals '…helping to push forward the sound of Flamenco but still keeping true to its traditional roots.'?Latino Music UK
'They remind me of Ojos De Brujo when we first started out!' DJ Panko (Ojos De Brujo)

Jardares Por Fuera profile



Sashi and The Wild Beans
When Sashi Wild picked the crème of London’s young musical talent, good things were always bound to happen. Hailing from London and representing some of the capitals finest musical establishments, Sashi & the Wild Beans are an amalgamation of some of the UK’s most juicy, funkaliscious, talented, up and coming musicians, stopping any disengaged talking rabble and gathering a crowds worthy of any festival ground. With her rock solid band of Beans, Sashi Wild has only her stunning, hair-raising, bowel moving voice to think about. Just over a year young, their live show is luring audiences from all directions and getting promoters itching. Combining soulful, infectious lyrics with a melody you’re committed to for weeks to follow. This 11 strong band can produce a sound that is full, complex and emotive. With searing horns and detailed backing vocals to boot, the band sets the perfect platform for Sashi Wild to lyrically sail over. Drawing on a varied array of eclectic musical tastes their original tunes fuse sounds from motown through to rock, jazz and reggae, creating a unique vibe and performance that’s both professional, mesmerising and smile inducing. After an exciting summer of festivals including highlights such as opening the G-stage at Glastonbury to large and lively, dancing crowd, Sashi & the Wild Beans are set to achieve big things in 2012. In an age where over affected vocals and instruments are the norm The Beans are hell-bent on focusing on the power and beauty of live music!

http://soundcloud.com/sashi-and-the-wild-beans



Renu
Renu's sound is like the Kinks style pop collides with a Tarantino-esque soundtrack music, Serge Gainsbourg and soaring operatic vocals a cinematic journey, with many different textures and audio surprises. Led by highly sought after percussionist RENU herself, who has worked for ?Fun-da-mental,?Grace Jones, State of Bengal, Mika, and Alabama 3, amongst many others, it includes three singers, a string section and a professional theremin player. RENU and her band have performed at such prestigious venues as the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Rich Mix and the Soho Theatre bar
Her first album 'Love from London' has received critical acclaim from Radio 3?s Max Reinhardt and London’s foremost arts community radio station Resonance FM

http://renu.org.uk/

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