Arriba La Cumbia!

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Don't miss Arriba La Cumbia! this Friday 18th May 2012, a party with Cumbia, tropical, latino and amazonic vibes! The rise in popularity of cumbia and tropical sounds just continues; with pleasure we return with another session of Arriba la Cumbia.

 

Live performances from... 3 fantastic bands and MC on the night: WARMI + Flowsnatcha + INdependientes del Vallenato + the Best Nu-Cumbia & Global beats from Djs RUSS JONES aka Hackney GLobetrotter and Special Guest Dj Cal Jader. Upstairs Lounge – Vision Excursion with Djs: Mr faso , Richio Suzuki , 3rd ball, Taka ,and Johnny Goldman

8 pm - 3am
Free before 9pm
£5 before 10pm / £8 after 10pm
@ Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Rd, Dalston E8 4AA

 

Playing live are ALC this time special guest WARMI (Woman in the Native languages from the Andes Quechua and Aymara) is a new band by 6 female musicians playing traditional instruments from the Andes and percussion fusioning Folk, Cumbia, Carnavalitos with modern rhythms ,a powerful mix of Featuring Andean/Latin American music plus original songs. Warmi was born during an event dedicated to the Cultural Resistance of the Indigenous from the Abya Yala (America in their Native Language).

 

Following with FlowSnatcha sees Cuban MC Floiran and Swiss-Argentinian DJ / Producer The Snatcha connect for a heavy hitting musical cross pollination that affirms the contemporary versatility of Afro-Cuban beats. Anchored in sound of the Caribbean and Cuban Hip Hop, blending in elements of Dancehall and Moombahton with electronic dance music (House, Dubstep, and Breakbeat), soulful vocals and a touch of Merengue, Timba and Swing, the FlowSnatcha formula gets you moving instantly.

 

Also It is pleasure to invite back and closing the night the Independentes Del Vallenato by request from our followers after great show last party playing a mix of cumbia and vallenato classics, cumbia, "nueva ola' porro, tropi-pop and charanga this time accompanied by Colombian virtuoso and Harp Maestro Diego Laverde introducing this popular folk instrument named after Los Llanos, a lowland area between Colombia and Venezuela exploring this time a new fusion between Cumbia & Vallenato.

 

And with DJs on the night Russ Jones and Cal Jader spinning music from all over the planet from Cumbia classics, nu-cumbia to Salsa, Rumba, Bhangra, Reggaeton, Samba,Reggae, Balkan, Ska, Boogaloo and taking in House, Tropical Bass, Hip-Hop and Drum 'n' Bass making for a 360° night of roots music and forward thinking beats, you know the place is going to be jumping.

 

LINE UP:

WARMI
www.myspace.com/warmi.uk

INDEPENDIENTES DEL VALLENATO
www.vallenato.co.uk

FLOWSNATCHA

http://soundcloud.com/snatcha-1/sets

DJ HOST l Russ Jones (aka Hackney Globe Trotter)
www.hackneygt.com
www.myspace.com/russjonEs1
www.facebook.com/HackneyGlobeTrotter

DJ GUEST l Dj Cal Jader
www.movimientos.org.uk

UPSTAIRS the very hot party crew Vision Excursion
Vision Excursion : www.myspace.com/versionexcursionuk

Strictly cover versions, strictly reggae, ska and rock steady on vynil.

Djs : Mr faso , Richio Suzuki , 3rd ball, Taka ,and Johnny Goldman

Promotional Support & Curated by Latinos in London & HGT
www.latinosinlondon.com/music
www.latinosinlondon.com
[email protected]
Twitter @latinosinlondon

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