Posts Tagged 'Brixton'

APR
19

Argentine Film Comes to London

Argentine cinema is on the rise! Just take the Oscar triumph of Secrets In Their Eyes as example of this. So, the arrival of the first ever Argentine Film Festival in London this April couldn’t come at a better time.

MAR
24

Movimientos @ Hootannany

Movimientos inject a dose of Tropical and Latino vibes into Brixton’s No.1 destination for roots and global live sounds. DJs Cal Jader and Arias drops the freshest Latin beats and Tropical bass rhythms alongside live music from Mano de Dios,

NOV
30

Alua Nascimento & The Collective feat Kit Downes

Brazilian vibraphone and percussion master Alua Nascimento joins up with pianist Kit Downes for a show at the Brixton. Nascimento – son of renowned Brazilian percussionist Dinho Nascimento – now lives in London and offers up regular shows like this

OCT
15

Movimientos @ Hootananny

Movimientos inject a dose of Tropical and Latino vibes into Brixton’s No.1 destination for roots and global live sounds. DJ Cal Jader drops the freshest Latin beats and Tropical bass rhythms alongside headliners Kalakuta Millionaires with a dirty mix of

AUG
6

Asa de Águia @ O2 Academy Brixton

Asa de Águia are one of the most successful axé bands to come out of Bahia releasing 19 albums so far in their career, with over five million sales. They’re going to be coming to Brixton’s O2 Academy on a

JUN
11

Arriba La Cumbia with Nirk Molina, Latin Dub Soundsystem + More

Arriba La Cumbia, London and probably the UK’s only dedicated cumbia party, returns to South London and the brilliant Hootananny for one almighty line up of live acts.

MAY
27

The ‘Party Party!’ Launch Party!

Solsauce will be going head-to-head Sambalanco at the Party Party! Launch Party at Living in Brixton on May 27th, a party that will also include the DJ skills of Faithless’ Maxi Jazz!

A spicy Brazilian night in Brixton

The vibrant neighbourhood of Brixton is due to encounter unusual and wonderful spices and flavours on Thursdays April 29th – this is the inaugural ‘Night market at Brixton Village’, in which the so called ‘GloomFest’ will promote all kinds of “good