Movimientos presents an unbeatable line up to help you welcome in the New Year with originality and brilliance. at Brixton’s No.1 venue. Get ready for: The Boom Yeh are a London based Funk-Jazz-Rock-Soul-Afrobeat collective, led by lead/rhythm guitarist and composer Jon Speedy in collaboration with saxophonist and horn arranger Ian Bailey. Featuring drums, bass, trombone + guest performers.
\nEri Okan are a carnival band, an afroblock, an expression of original street culture, integral to London; its roots in Samba-Reggae and the Afro-centric music of North East Brazil fused with Afro Beat and Jamaican Reggae. At their core is a drum section of between four and twenty percussionists.
\nPerkelt – Celtic Medieval Speed Folk. They’ll burn a hole in your dancing shoes. Taking the traditions and medieval roots of folk music and adding a good measure of 21st century speed culture and modernism + DJ Cal Jader (Movimientos) Latin beats, carnival rhythms and tropical bass.
Venue Details & Map
95 Effra Road
- +44 (0)773 083 1069
- Public transport:
- Brixton Turn out left of the Tube and walk for up to 10 mins to reach Hootananny.
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