26th July 2014
Free before 10pm, £3 after
Summer’s in full swing and the Tropical vibes are coming in thick and fast… it’s time to hold tight for a trailblazing line up of delights from the global underground! This time round you can catch wild young things Wara, Ecuadorian roquero Carlos Paul, and Hip Hop / Electro woman of the hour Miss Bolivia.
Hi energy Cuban rhythms, Mambo, Hip Hop & Funk
¡Viva la revolucion! Wara are back with a new line up and new songs to shake things up at Mama Hoots for a special performance amid their busy summer festival schedule. Expect a riotus mix of traditional Cuban rhythms like Timba and Salsa mashed up and dashed up with modern sounds of Hip Hop, Reggae and Ska; a global buffet of sounds inspired by the London underground.
Hip Hop, Cumbia & Dancehall - Direct from Argentina
Miss Bolivia (who is actually from Argentina, in case you were wondering) serves up a high tempo blend of Cumbia, Hip Hop, Electronic and Dancehall, combining the power of digital beats with strong Latin American musical traditions and explosive lyrics. The last time she was at Hootanannys she blew the crowd away, don’t miss her this time round!
FACEBOOK: Miss Bolivia
TWITTER: Miss Bolivia
Rock /Latin / Fusion
Award-winning artist Carlos Paul brings his brand of guitar-driven Latin / Rock sounds with a hint of cumbia from his native Ecuador to Brixton, where he’ll be supported by a six piece band
Latin Fire / carnival beats / Tropical Bass
Saturday 26th July 2014