Preview: Global Rhythm & DJ Black Coffee @ Electric Brixton (London, 26th & 27th March 2016)

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Global Rhythms ‘afrobeat meets house’ all-dayer and night event will be taking over Brixton this Easter Sunday 27th March 2016.

South London’s Brixton once again hosts a formidable festival of culture. For all you early birds and families, Global Rhythms will be hosting POP BOX Brixton, with cocktail bars, exotic foods and al fresco dancing till dusk. After dark, the event moves over to Electric Brixton for a unique live music and DJ party.

Boiler Room sensation and Ninja Tune artist, Romare, is the headline act. Romare studied African American Visual Culture at university. His electric DJ sets mix ancient African American music with electronica.

Support comes in the form of the amazing Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra. Sosimi is well known for having been musical director for Fela Kuti (Egypt 80). His legendary eight-hour sets are arguably the pinnacle of the London afrobeat scene.  

Other delights come from, Session Victim (Live), Crazy P (DJ Set), Bradley Zero, Yam Records, First World Records and more…

But it’s not over, because to warm up the atmosphere, referential South African township DJ Black Coffee will celebrate his 10 year anniversary on the desk performing at the Electric Brixton on Eastern Saturday.

Events By These Artists

Date Event name Artist City/Town Venue
07 Jun Legowelt, Acid Arab, Bradley Zero + Yam Records Bradley Zero London Xoyo
14 Jun Jayda G + Bradley Zero + Ruby Savage + Space Afrika + Anu Bradley Zero London Xoyo
05 Jul Fela Kuti: Saluting The Black President Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra London EartH (Hackney Arts Centre)

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