Take a walk on the tropical side! On Friday 19th July, join Rhythm Passport and University of Tropical Sound at the Jago in Dalston for a night of tropical bass, Afro-Latin beats and global sounds with a Polish twist.
From 9pm to 3.30am, get ready to dance till exhaustion, as you indulge in feel-good vibes from all over the world. You’ll indeed enjoy the UK debut of Polish-Angolan Afro-house, kuduro and gqom duo LuaPreta, one of the most exciting names of the global bass scene.
They will share the stage with their countryman, Naphta. The musician, DJ and producer from Wroclaw has put his magic touch and global perspective to some of the best new releases coming from the thriving Polish house panorama.
Then, to São Paulo, Brazil, where you will revel in the enticing psycho-tropical sound of Pachamama collective’s DJ resident ElPeche.
Since we want to be 100% sure that you will end up dancing the soles of your shoes to their consumption, we have also invited our good old “uptempo” friend DJ Lou Pino and his vinyl collection of vintage Latin and Caribbean grooves.
To do the honours, there will be the brand new afrobeats and Afro-house project, shaped by University of Tropical Sound music forge, Carthnage.
So, on 19th July, get down to the lushest venue in town, and you can be sure we won’t spare a single groove to keep you partying!
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