Natty Presents: WINTERSPLASH

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Natty presents WINTERSPLASH, an alternative winter day out for the whole family… African style, in the heart of Brixton. Located in a winter-wonderland- urban-festival- styled pop-up venue, the Vibes and Pressure team in partnership with Focus Organization have organised an amazing day of entertainment, with a truly stellar lineup.

Lineup:

VERY SPECIAL GUEST (Announced 11 Dec)
NATTY
KASAI MASAI
ASHEBER AND THE AFRIKAN REVOLUTION
SUBAJAH
RU1 FAM
DJEMBE EXPLOSION

DJ: SNUFF
DJ: FARSTEPPA

It Kicks off in the afternoon with a traditional Mandinka drumming ceremony. Throughout the day and into the evening there will be Live Music, Spoken Word, DJs, Children's Face Painting and Activities, Jamaican & Vegan Food, Cakes and Hot Chocolate, Mulled Wine, Stalls etc etc. The venue has been designed to spec in the courtyard of an old estate, it is under canopy and will have plenty of heating but please don't forget your gloves.

Genres - Reggae / Dub / Soukus / Afrobeat / Hip Hop / Spoken Word

TICKETS
£5 Advance: http://bit.ly/Wintersplash15_See
MOTD
FREE for Under 12's

VERY SPECIAL GUEST
ANNOUNCED ON THE 11TH DECEMBER

BRIT-awards nominated artist offers engaging social commentary through his articulate and mesmerising lyrics, backed by some of londons finest musicians.

Natty
www.nattymusic.com

Following his Top 20 debut album "Man Like I", Natty is back with a new album "Release The Fear". Having released an award-winning EP, set up a record label and monthly club night as well as becoming a regular on some of the biggest festivals globally, he now embarks on a mini-tour of London, aptly named the Four Corners tour in celebration of the pre-order release of his upcoming album.

Kasai Masai
http://www.kasaimasai.com/

Originally from DR Congo, now based in London, Kasai Masai mix the traditional sound of the equatorial African village with a distinctive urban edge. The band’s fast-paced style of Soukous and African Rumba is impossible to stay still to.

Asheber & The Afrikan Revolution

A collective of innovative and influential top musicians (who moonlight as grassroots activists) an eclectic yet seamless mixture of conscious Afrikan, Reggae, Jazz, Soul, Blues and Spoken Word with a message.

RU1-Fam

RU1 Fam are collective livicated to upholding what they would consider the forgotten elements of Hip Hop “Love, Peace, Knowledge and having fun”, Expect Roots Hip Hop with killer delivery.

Vibes and Pressure Family Artists

Check out www.vibesandpressure.com, some of the great artists, think Subajah, JJSoulx, and members of The Rasites will also be doing guest appearances the the event.

DJ Snuff

Stalwart and pioneer of London's HipHop scene, Snuff has accolades on accolades. Think Deal Real Records, People's Army, Speakers Corner as well as 20 + years of Djing leading to impeccable taste to tie up the event.

Farsteppa

https://soundcloud.com/farsteppa

Dub music extraordinaire, par excellence DJ, recently finished supporting Major Lazer at Alexandra Palace

WINTERSPLASH
Sun 13 Dec
15:00 - 23:00
Brixton Bloc
143 Stockwell Road
London SW9 9TP

www.nattymusic.com
www.vibesandpressure.com

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