Grupo Lokito At The Cuban Jam


Sambroso Sambroso presents:

"The Cuban Jam"

6:00 pm The Forge Open the door withh free entry till 8:pm £5 after
7:pm to 8:pm Salsa Class with the one and only Damays and "DCubanSchool"

*8;00pm The Amazing DJ Javier La Rosa dishing out the hottest Cuban tunes!

Grupo Lokito

9:30 pm to 10:15 pm - 10:45 pm to 11:30 pm

Grupo Lokito fuse contemporary Congolese and Cuban music creating a modern day cocktail of two of the great world musics.

Based in London, the band have taken the UK by storm, wowing festivals and the club circuit alike with their blistering grooves and outlandish dance moves.

The glorious melodious vocals of Congolese front men Eugene Makuta and Iddo Donnatella blends with soaring guitars courtesy of Congolese guitar hero Mbokalia, rhythmic grooves from Chocolat and the lilting keyboards of Sara. All of this sits on top of the rhythmic powerhouse team of Michel (drums), Emeris (Congas) and Elpidio (bass).

Since their formation in 2006 the band have gone from strength to strength, completing several UK tours and building a solid following. As if the grooves weren’t enough, the band have developed a rapport with their audiences which gets everyone up on their feet.

Grupo Lokito write their own original tunes: stories of life ranging from love tales, reflections on the trials facing musicians trying to make a home away from home, wisdom of the elders to the simple joy of dancing.

The band are currently recording new material for release later this year. In 2010 the band released their first CD “Esengo Ya Ko Bina” (The Joy of Dancing) capturing the vibrancy and spirit of their stage show. Grupo Lokito have been included in several compilation CDs including: Latin Beat on Putumayo (Aug 30 2011), Urban Africa on Cavendish Music (2010) and “The Rough guide to African Street Party “ on the World Music Network (2008).

Don't miss this Cuban Jam

Entry Free before 8:pm
From 8:pm £5

Buses: 24; 27; 29; 31; 46; 88; 134; 168; 214; 253; 274; C2
Night Buses: N5; N20; N28; N29; N31; N253; N279