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Preview: Hi-Life Conversations (Facebook: Saturday 27th June 2020)

Preview: Hi-Life Conversations (Facebook: Saturday 27th June 2020)

Today, from 5PM, join us on Facebook for an afternoon and evening of Hi-Life sounds and words! Hi-life music originated in present-day Ghana early in the 20th century. It harnesses the melodic and rhythmic structures of traditional Akan music, but is played mainly with Western instruments. Hi-life is distinguished by...
LIVE: Inti Raymi w/ La Sagrada Familia

LIVE: Inti Raymi w/ La Sagrada Familia

We joined La Sagrada Familia (a “lockdown” side-project of psychedelic Latin funk band Lokandes) and Movimientos for a very London celebration of Inti Raymi, the traditional ceremony in honour of Inti (Quechua for ‘Sun’). Revive the celebration with inspiring Andean sounds and uplifting rhythms performed by Phaxsi Coca, Kanti Qena & special guests… Posted by Rhythm Passport...
LIVE: Femina Del Fuego – Fundraising Festival

LIVE: Femina Del Fuego – Fundraising Festival

CALLING ALL FIERCE WOMXN and lovers of! Led and curated by our very own DJ Sophie Darling, Rhythm Passport will be hosting a full day streaming festival inspired by Sophie’s podcast series: Femina Del Fuego – Fundraiser Festival.  All money raised from this fiesta will be donated to Sisters of Change, a charity...
Preview: Music Across Italy (Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st May 2020)

Preview: Music Across Italy (Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st May 2020)

Have a weekend in Italy on us! Take Saturday and Sunday off, join us on Facebook and discover the new sounds coming from the Italian music scene. From 3PM on Saturday 30th of May till 11PM on Sunday the 31st (British Summer Time), in partnership with Turin-based eclectic label Salgari...
Preview: Global Afrobeat e-Fest (Saturday 23rd May 2020)

Preview: Global Afrobeat e-Fest (Saturday 23rd May 2020)

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, afrobeat’s rise in global popularity in the past decade has unavoidable. But the genre, with a rich history based on instrumental figures such as Fela Kuti, Tony Allen and Oghene Kologbo dating back to the late 60s, is more than a commercial fad....