The notorious University of Tropical Sound party makes its debut at the Jago (formerly Passing Clouds).
Expect carnival vibes and global dancefloor heaters ALL NIGHT LONG
Latin Grooves & Afro-Andean Fusion.
Fronted by whirldwind musical maestro Kanti Qena, Lokandes take the melodies and energy of Andean music and bring it up to date; creating a fusion of Afro-Andean rhythms with Reggae, Cumbia, Ska, Jazz, Son, Rumba Folk and funky Latin rhythms.
Female-driven dance performance group combining circus and carnival influences from around the world to create an immersive spectacle you won't forget!
Village Cuts (DJs)
Originally hailing from the South-West, Village Cuts are a dynamic DJ duo exploring a blend of afro-diasporic and UK underground music. Since their inception in early 2018, they’ve barged their way onto London’s tropical bass scene with some afro-edits, regular club nights around the capital and radio appearances featuring a number of special guests.
Mango Park (DJ)
A London native with a nomadic soul, Mango Park has been bringing the carnival vibes to clubs, festivals and radio airwaves around the globe since 2013. His sets reflect both the diverse underground club scene of his hometown with the rhythms he has picked up from extended stints abroad, most recently in Brazil.
Genre-hopping electronic music act from London, drawing from an infinite pool of inspiration to create a sound that synthesises Global Bass, UKG and Trap.
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Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.71 – University of Tropical Sound
View University of Tropical Sound bio here Welcome the weekend with a funky new mix by London-based collective, label and party-starters University of Tropical Sound inspired by their brand new release Diatribes REMIXES and exploring the concept of “global bass”. “Global Bass is a term mainly used by producers to describe heavy electronic bass music…
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