Friday 21st September
Another diverse 'Movimientos presents' at the Hootananny line up throws up a chaotic carnival collision of global - London fusions, underpinned by the Movimientos DJs' Latin beats and Tropical bass. On the live front Agemo play a distinctive mix of funky Afro-Latin blues with a Yoruban twist, They Say Jump's high octane mash up of Latin rhythms with ska and reggae is made for festivals and crazy parties, plus special guests The Turbans bring super charged Middle Eastern Balkan-folk mayhem is bound to bring down the house.
Free entry until 11 / £3 after 11
95 Effra Road, SW2 1DF
More info on the acts
They Say Jump
Sounding like a lost refugee from a musical war between Latin America and the Caribbean islands, They Say Jump is an outcast, an orphan given solace on the stages of our summer festivals and parties. A wandering freak show without illusion, TSJ live is a carnival of sounds daring to test your imagination, expectations and screaming ‘dance or I will beat you’. Intricate in arrangement and with tightness that bites, They Say Jump are set to release their second EP at the tail end of 2012 before terrorizing the festivals of 2013. Long live They Say Jump!
Raw Middle Eastern Balkan-folk mayhem
A wonderful sprawling collective of multinational musicians from varying genres. Classical, Jazz, Middle-eastern, balkan folk and Celtic experience fused into something like a cloth wrapped around your head! For the last few years they have been ripping up festivals everywhere they go and for a brief spell in London they are collaborating with Turkish singer Dila Vardar.
Funky Afro-Latin blues with a Yoruban twist
AGEMO is a blend of musical influences from the world over transcending genre and trend but often calling on the roots of Yoruban idiomatic expressions.
Movimientos DJs Arias & Cal Jader
Latin beats / Tropical bass / Carnival rhythms
Friday 21st September 2012