Friday 16th October
The days are getting shorter but here at Movimientos we have the perfect remedy to those post-summer blues! We’ve got two killer bands Grupo Lokito and Animanz, bringing you some ever-so-slightly-unhinged tropical goodness, Movimientos DJs will keep you rocking until the small hours.
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An incendiary fusion of Congolese and Latin vibrations
Formed in 2006 by British Latin pianist Sara McGuinness and Congolese singer Jose Hendrix Ndelo, Grupo Lokito’s musicians are a mix of Congolese, Latin and British artists who have chosen to make London their home.
Lokito’s energetic front-line of singers are true performers, and when the groove steps up a notch in the blistering salsa and seben sections, their outlandish dancing has to be seen to be believed.
Outerplanetary Afro-Latin Hip Hop Punks
Born into captivity, Animanz rattled, scratched, bit and tore until during 2013 they developed an awareness of what lay beyond the caged confines of London Zoo. As they explored, certain events lead them to experience such sounds as 'No Future' and 'Killa House Wife From Outta Space'. Described as HipFunkAfroLatinHop, an Animanz show is a safari through the dense urban jungle into a myotropic world of groove and energy.
Not one to miss, who knows when they will emerge again.
DJ Cal Jader + Guests
Udigrudi: Larissa & Guests
Friday 16th October, 7pm – 3.30am
Free before 9pm / £5 before 10pm / £10 after
1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA
Train: Dalston Junction / Dalston Kingsland
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