Preview:  London Remixed Festival @ Rich Mix (London; Friday 31th January to Saturday 1st February 2020)

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Described as a live music culture clash, last years Remixed Festival provided exactly that: a one-stop for the party music that merges and mashes cultures and styles.

This year, the inside festival vibes from London Remixed Festival are pushing strong, welcoming back collaborations with legendary local promoters: Continental Drift, Global Local, Movimientos, Wormfood and more, coming together to bring you a selection of London’s finest futuristic, border defying music madness from afrobeat, to Latin grooves, Balkan and brass beats and much more.

Over a few rooms and a couple of floors of the friendly and welcoming Rich Mix, each room will be exploding with up-beat dance bands, keeping the club grooves alive all evening and into a tomorrow.

Arriving early on the Friday will introduce the mighty ‘brass-off’ featuring the best and boldest brass bands including and all singing all dancing Ceilidh.

Then Saturday will be a whirlwind of whimsical and positively party vibes with bands such as The Busy Twist and Kongo Dia Ntotila, both renowned for their positively electric live performances.

There’s a silent disco, for the less inclined and even a Disco Lift, featuring DJ’s all night long, taking you from bottom to top floor stages.

Continental Drifts introduces Gnawa Blues All Stars in the upstairs rooms, while the Folk Ghetto room presented by Fire in the Mountain has a 19-piece acid house Morris dancing band!

Something for everyone, surely a night or two of extremely lively electric fun, and fantastic style fusing, remixed music magic.

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