SuperHoot presents a Burn’s Night Special!! Monster Ceilidh Band, Celtic Folk vs Drum n Bass 'Elegant traditional playing versus raucous rave-like rhythms.' Womex 'One of the most consistent festival bands around' festivalsforall.com. 'In 5 years of putting dance tent on, I have Never had a Sunday afternoon like the Monsters brought!!!' Bearded Theory.
\n+ Funky folk tunes, saucy songs and an infectious stage energy, Blackbeard's Tea Party mix fiddles and squeezeboxes, guitar and synth bass, and a feast of international hand percussion to bring you an unforgettable folk-rock extravaganza. 'Inventive, witty folk rock with guts.' Bright Young Folk. 'This, quite simply, is the business.' R2 Magazine
\nThe Severed Limb, original roots-inspired music, from skiffle to ska, from zydeco to cumbia. Played to a full house at the Royal Albert Hall (supporting Imelda May), receive radio play on BBC Radio 2 and Radio 6 Music. 'Rampant and joyful. an infectious mix of rock and roll styles playfully twisted for 2011' Steve Lamacq. 'This is a fantastic track. how often do you have skiffle on Absolute Radio? Ace.” Dave Gorman 'Storming!' The Independent + DJ Carpetface playing full fat beats, Raggamuffin, dubstep, jungle and more.
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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