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Preview: K-Music Festival (London, 15th September to 25th October 2017)

The K-Music Festival returns to London this autumn for the fourth time, with a stunning programme showcasing the different shades of contemporary South Korean music. Produced by the Korean Cultural Centre UK as part of the Korea/UK 2017-18 season, in collaboration with SERIOUS, this year’s festival focuses on collaborations, letting...


Preview: Acid Arab @ Jazz Café (London, 23rd September 2017)

Even though their last London gig happened almost a year ago, the venue’s dance floor is still warm and trembling. That’s because Acid Arab are not your usual DJs. The Parisian duo formed by Guido Minisky and Hervé Carvalho has instilled new life into the French dance music scene, moving...






Preview: Bomba Estereo @ Koko (London, 12th September 2017)  

La Bomba is rhythmically ticking and ready to blow Koko away on the 12th of September. Directly from Bogotá, Colombia, Bomba Estéreo are coming to London, bringing along their explosive musical drive; fusing quintessential Colombian styles like cumbia, vallenato and champeta, with electronic vibes and Afro-Latin beats. Making them one...



Review: Ealing Jazz Festival @ Walpole Park (London, 29th July 2017)

Much like a charming village fete with a complimentary cleansing mud bath, Ealing Jazz Festival provided both entertainment and healing from the music and comedy of sliding from one stage to another. Unfortunately for the locals, this was the second week that the Walpole celebrations had been washed out. However,...


Rhythm Passport Launch a Free London Magazine

Fantastic news for all world music lovers – Rhythm Passport is launching a London wide magazine! The magazine is FREE and is an incredible resource for curious people who can’t get enough of international beats and rhythms. You can grab your copy on the first of every month (unless it’s...



Preview: Sinkane @ Heaven (London, 6th September 2017)

Sinkane loves London and London loves him. That’s why, more often than not, the British capital has the pleasure of hosting his gigs/perfomances/DJ-sets. It’ll happen again on the 6th of September, when the Sudanese-American musician will play at Heaven in Charing Cross, only a few months after his latest British...

Preview: Hackney Colliery Band @ Brixton Jamm (London, 8th September 2017)

Hackney Colliery Band have certainly built up a reputation since performing at the 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony, they’ve received worldwide acclaim for their distinctive performances, which are filled with equal parts talent, comedy and surprise! Indeed, the sounds of the Hackney Colliery Band are as bold and diverse as the...

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