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Love Revolution New Year’s Eve at Rich Mix on New Year’s Eve 31 December 2017

A mini festival of pure positive vibes for the annual NYE extravaganza. Kick off 2018 with Conjunto Sabroso, Honeyfeet and The Odd Beats. A declaration of creativity, diversity, harmony and good times! 🎉💃🕺

Heavyweight global beats party producers Movimientos Arriba La Cumbia and Lizard Stage are back with their annual NYE extravaganza! You know the deal – folk, brass, gypsy, Latin, African and Balkan beats over two floors.

This year’s theme? Love Revolution.

Dancing until the early hours, three live bands, and eight DJs over two floors. Plus see Rich Mix transformed with incredible lights and beautiful decorations…

www.richmix.org.uk/events/music/nye-love-revolution

Location:
Rich Mix

Time:
9pm

Tickets:
£20 book online

Tropicalista New Years Eve 2012 Fiesta @ Rich Mix / Monday 31st December 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 21:00 – 16:00

@ Rich Mix, 35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road, Greater London E1 6LA

Tickets: £15 advance £20 on the door book online (check availability)

www.movimientos.org.uk

After last year’s monster sellout party, this New Year’s Eve Rich Mix will be bouncing once again to the heavy carnival rhythms and latin beats of TROPICALISTA brought to you by three of London’s top latin DJ crews and promoters MOVIMIENTOS, BATMACUMBA and ARRIBA LA CUMBIA.

Firing up the soundsystem with a unique mix of classic latin rhythms like Samba, Salsa, Cumbia and Merengue with fresh urban and electronic sounds from Dancehall and Reggaeton, to Baile Funk and Tecnobrega plus plenty of Tropical bass and global ghetto beats.

Expect tropical decor, face-painting, a special food shack and cocktail stall.

Big band La Papayera are an 8-piece ensemble who’ve set many stages alight including Womad, Carnaval del Pueblo, Barbican and Shepherds Bush Empire, to name a few. Led by the charismatic singer Angelica Lopez and harnessing the accordian flourishes of young maestro Jose Hernando Arias (BBC Radio 3 World Routes Academy) the band comprises some of the finest Colombian musicians living in London all with impressive pedigrees as musicians and names on the vibrant London Latin scene. Together they’ll remind you just what happy chaos a little sunshine, good spirits and great music can cause when combined mashed up together by the experts.

Plus the hottest Latin Tropical and Brazilian beats from:
Russ Jones (Arriba La Cumbia)
Cal Jader (Movimientos)
Cliffy (Batmacumba)

London Remixed Festival: Latin Quarter @ Village Underground / Saturday 24th November 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

19:00 – 02:00

@ Village Underground
54 Holywell Lane,
Shoreditch,
London,
EC2A 3PQ

Entry: Advanced Tickets: £13
On the Night: £17

www.londonremixedfestival.com
www.movimientos.org.uk

Festival season is still not over, 1 ticket three venues. The London Remixed festival is a combination of Party Power houses coming together to throw a celebration to music from around the world. From Roma to rumba, Latin beats to Afro funk, new folk to no folk, London Remixed Festival is a celebration of the best emerging musical remix talent the UK has to offer.

The Latin Quarter will be located within Village Underground run by London Latin flavour party house Movimientos.
on the line up will be

They Say Jump – Stage Time 21:00
Wara -Stage Time 22:15
Los Chinches – Stage Time 23:30
Ska Cubano – 00:45

Get your tickets while you can.

Find the full line up at www.londonremixedfestival.com

Wara @ The Thames Festival / Saturday 10th September 2011

TIME AND PLACE:

17.30 – 20.30

@ Tate Modern Forecourt

Southbank, London SE1 9TG

Entry: Free

www.thamesfestival.org
www.movimientos.org.uk

Thames Mayors Festival

Catch WARA @ 6pm
A tight fusion of Cuban timba and salsa with soul, funk, Afro-Cuban grooves, Latin rhythms and dubstep.

Mainstage
Infront of the Tate Modern

Plus all day line up of brilliant live acts

2.30pm Rory McLeod & The Familiar Strangers
A modern travelling troubadour using tap shoes, acappella, harmonica, guitar, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe and more!

3.30pm Mowgli
Emcee-poet-artist-social critic, Mowgli is one of this country’s most unique and talented lyricists.

4.45pm ESKA
Hers is music that walks a fine tightrope, the slightest breath enough to unsettle the serenity it so effortlessly conjures.

6pm Wara
A tight fusion of Cuban timba and salsa with soul, funk, Afro-Cuban grooves, Latin rhythms and dubstep.

7.15pm Afrikan Boy
A protégé of global superstar M.I.A. and writer of ‘One day I went to Lidl’, Afrikan Boy has opened for Prince and Bjork.

8.30pm Soothsayers with special guest Dele Sosimi
A mystical journey through reggae, Afro-beat, dub and funk, characterised by big vocal choruses, compelling horn breaks and deep rhythms.

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Movimientos @ Passing Clouds / Friday 19th August 2011

TIME AND PLACE

19:00 – 03:00

@ Passing Clouds
Richmond Road,
Hackney,
London,
E8 4AA

Entry: £5 before 10pm
£8 after 10pm

www.movimientos.org.uk

Movimientos celebrates the launch of their brand new website and the start of their label Movimientos Records with a clubnight at one of their favourite venues – Dalston’s Passing Clouds. The night will feature the usual groundbreaking mix of documentary film and Latin music.

Live music comes courtesy of the band whose EP features as the first release on Movimientos Records – Wara. The band are truly one of the most exciting new acts to emerge from the London Latin scene with their blistering take on Cuban timba and salsa mixing it with Hip Hop, Soul, Funk, Reggae and Dubstep. It’s like classic Cuban band Irakere re-invented with a 21st century urban London sound. On the night we welcome another Movimientos favourite and highly unique act Lokandes who provide a similar re-interpretation of Latin music, this time bringing the melodies and rhythms of the Andes bang up to date with a very funky twist.

As usual Residents DJs Arias and Cal Jader fire up the dancefloor with their incendiary mix of Latin beats from salsa and cumbia to electro-tropical bass, urban and global beats. Plus the all Brazilian crew Udigrudi host upstairs with their uplifting party blend of Brazilian beats, tropicalia, afro-latin sounds, reggae and funk.

And upstairs early there will be a screening of ‘Mama Choco’ presented by Refuge in Films.
The film follows Paulina, a displaced mother of 26 children, in her quest to find a place that she and her family can call home in Cali, the third biggest city in Colombia.

Global Local @ Rich Mix / Friday 12th August 2011

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 7pm – 12am

@ Rich Mix

35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA,

Entry: £6 adv / £8 door (£5 guestlist available)

Tel: 020 7613 7498

www.globallocal.co.​uk

Movimientos present a selection of some the best Latin festival acts for Global Local’s monthly showcase of the best new global acts at East London’s finest arts venue. Plus Globoloco DJs spinning sounds from around the globe with a Latin twist.

In August we present a great double bill starting with Casabella, an exciting Latin-Beat band that has a unique relentless groove taking you on an exhilarating trip to Rio, Kingston and the Mediterranean Sea via their lively melodic tunes. Their music is a mix of Latin rhythms, samba and reggae with lyrics in English, Italian, Spanish and French. Having played tours in Italy, Cyprus and France and releasing their album “A Flower” under the label “CM Records” in Europe, Australia, India and North America they are ready to take London by storm.

And we also welcome the fantastic Katy Prado and The Mamboleros. A crack band of some of London’s finest musicians join celebrated Chilean singer Katy Prado for this blistering new project. A magical blend of 50’s Cuban music fusion, Mambo and Cha Cha Cha brought together with Rockabilly and some operatic vocal sounds that will bring you out of this world. Put your dancing shoes and come and fill your hearts with the amazing sounds of The Mamboleros.

Plus keeping it moving on the dancefloor between the bands we welcome the unrelated but similarly inspired DJ Karamel from Globoloco whose successful regular nights in Brixton are quickly becoming one of South London’s best and wildest night’s out. They’ll be spinning sounds from around the equator, and venturing across the globe – tonight with a Latin twist – Boogaloo, Cumbia, Funk Carioca, Dancehall, Funk, Highlife, Latin Hiphop, Mambo, Reggae, Samba and Ska – always finely spiced and fully blended!

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Muevete @ Favela Chic / Thursday 4th August 2011

TIME AND PLACE:
20:00 – 01:00

@ Favela Chica
91-93 Great Eastern Street,
London,
EC2A 3HZ

Entry: Free B4 21:00
£4 After

www.movimientos.org.uk

To compliment the heat we’re feeling, we got Muevete one of London’s top Latin inspired night set in the rustic/boho Favela Chic.

From Salsa and Dancehall to New Cumbia, Latin Disco and Tropical Bass sounds Muévete brings the heat alongside a selection of some the finest Tropical and global live music acts.
This night is all about good vibes and having fun, be prepared to dance your worries away.

On the night:

FUR (live) All live Hip Hop with uptempo Afro – Funk – Dub rhythms
WARA (acoustic set)
DJs Arias (Movimientos) + La Salida (Los Des) + special guests

Here is a snip of Wara one of London’s top Latin infused band

www.facebook.com/waralondon

Calle 13 + Wara + DJ Quantic @ Hackney Empire / Friday 8th July 2011

TIME AND PLACE:

DOORS: 20:00
START: 21:00 – LATE

@ Hackney Empire
291 Mare Street,
London,
E8 1EJ

Entry : £20 Tickets

www.HackneyEmpire.co.uk

The winners of 10 Latin Grammy awards, two conventional Grammys, two Billboard Latin awards and one from MTV Latin America, the fraternal Puerto Rican duo Calle 13 (‘kai-yay tray-say’), René Pérez Joglar (Residente), and Eduardo José Cabra Martínez (Visitante), is more than just a band. They are poets, satirists and political activists whose hip-hop edged Latin has moved far beyond the reggaetón scene they were once bracketed with to draw on South American folk music, Afro-beat, a touch of ska and much, much more.

Support comes from London based Wara with a heady- mix of Cuban funk, tropical rhythms and urban beats , Latin DJs Cal Jader & Arias (Movimientos) and a DJ set from Cali, Colombia based Tru Thoughts’ producer, Quantic playing soul, jazz, electonica, Latin and Reggae in an unmissable bill of funky Latin sounds as the night runs from 8pm until 2am.

DJ Cal Jader @ Camino Bar and Restaurant / Thursday 5th May 2011

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 8pm – 12am

@ Camino Bar and Restaurant
The Regent Quarter,
King’s Cross,
London,
N1 9AF

Entry: £Free

www.camino.uk.com

As part of London’s Movimientos collective DJ Cal Jader plays the freshest Latin beats combining classic rhythms with contemporary cutting edge dance floor and urban beats. From Salsa, Merengue and Reggaeton to Cumbia, Ska, Reggae, Hip Hop, Dancehall and Funky Latin and global beats.

This event is the one for us peeps that spent a bit too much money during the recent 4-day weekend. Pop over to Kings Cross and groove to some sultry salsa-infused urban tunes.

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