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Playlist: Rhythm Passport’s Cabinet of Curiosities

Playlist: Rhythm Passport’s Cabinet of Curiosities

Good music is meant to be shared and since we receive tons of it on a monthly, weekly, daily and even hourly basis, we always look for new ways to let you listen to, enjoy and experience it with us. So, we have decided that it is time to dust...
Playlist: Mulele Matondo x Arsenal of Sounds

Playlist: Mulele Matondo x Arsenal of Sounds

The first appointment of 2023 with Arsenal of Sounds is getting closer and closer. We are two weeks away from an Afro-infused evening showcasing the sacred rhythmic fire of Matondology RIOT and the smooth and soulful sound of Seby Ntege and his Band. After having done the honours for Seby...
Playlist: Seby Ntege Band x Arsenal of Sounds

Playlist: Seby Ntege Band x Arsenal of Sounds

After a short break, Arsenal of Sounds is ready to be back on the Beanfeast Space’s stage at Woolwich Works! On Friday 3rd of February, we are going to dance the winter chill away with the rhythmic fire ignited by Mulele Matondo and his Matondology RIOT jam and Seby Ntege...
Playlist: Balamuc x Arsenal of Sounds

Playlist: Balamuc x Arsenal of Sounds

…and after Raka, let’s meet with the second act who will be sitting at the controls in the Balkan Express cab and performing at Woolwich Works on Friday 2nd of December for the fourth Arsenal of Sounds event. Formed by seven musicians hailing from London, Eastern Europe, the Middle East...
Playlist: Raka x Arsenal of Sounds

Playlist: Raka x Arsenal of Sounds

Two more weeks and the Balkan Express will leave its Woolwich Works‘ sidings for a two-hour journey sliding on frenzied, wild and quality Eastern European melodies and rhythms. On Friday the 2nd of December, for the fourth episode of Arsenal of Sounds, we will host Raka and Balamuc and their...
Playlist: Amaraterra x Arsenal of Sounds

Playlist: Amaraterra x Arsenal of Sounds

On the 4th of November, yes in just 5 days, the Beanfeast at Woolwich Works will go fully Mediterranean for an evening brimming with pizzica and gnawa rhythms courtesy of Amaraterra and Simo Lagnawi and Gnawa London. If you still haven’t done it, that’s also a perfect occasion to listen...