On 4th October, head for The Post Bar in Tottenham for a night of “love and war” messages. Brazilian singer/songwriter and guitarist Marcos Aganju, visual artist and educator Dally Schwarz, and London-based DJ collective Bombotropics will feed you with food for your thoughts and sounds for your ears and dancing shoes.
Throughout the event, from 8pm to 3am, you’re going to be spurred on by short videos from Brazilian artists and activists exposing the telling relationship between love and war. Then it will be the turn of the music. Marcos Aganju will present his Afro-Brazilian and Afro-Haitian musical roots accompanied by visuals by Dally Schwarz. Finally, we will have you dancing the night away with a DJ-set of global and tropical beats DJs, Bombotropics.
So, on Friday, come to The Post and join us for one more “Noite de Afectos e Guerrilhas”.
Brazil, Haiti and Western Africa; these are the three founding elements of Marcos Aganju’s music; elements that the Lisbon-based Brazilian guitarist and technology researcher mixes, hybridises and allows to grow together with electronica and hip-hop to create a cultural and rhythmic crossing through the Atlantic Ocean. You can join him…