Posts Tagged 'Quantic'


Get Dancing With Soundway

BIG East London warehouse party coming up on Friday 20th April. Arranged by Soundway Records to celebrate their 10th anniversary and promote two recent releases by Los Miticos del Ritmo and Batida, the party promises to be a tropical fiesta

The Original Sound of Cumbia

The sound of Colombia’s Caribbean coastline, cumbia is one of Latin America’s most outstanding popular music forms. This influential genre had a major impact on overseas salsa, as well as certain styles of Mexican music, and inspired large audiences in


It’s Cumbia Time With Soundway

Launch party for Soundway Records’ new The Original Sound of Cumbia compilation featuring DJ sets from their very own Miles Cleret, Sofrito’s Frankie Francis and a special guest DJ to be announced closer to the date.


Quantic y su Combo Barbaro @ Scala

Quantic will be bringing his Combo Barbaro to London’s KOKO for the first night of their European tour. Expect top-notch cumbia and salsa!


Calle 13 + Wara + Quantic

Calle 13 are one of the hottest bands in Latin America right now. They come from Puerto Rico, have dabbled with reggaeton, but unlike peers such as Daddy Yankee and Tego Calderon they have always stayed close to their roots,


Solid Steel Summer Special @ XOYO

A night of audiovisual treats (Hexstatic), hypnotic beats (DJ Food & DK) and tropical heat (Quantic).


Blaze Festival’s 2011 Line-Up

Blaze Festival have announced another stellar line-up of artists this year with artists including Bomba Estéreo, Calle 13, Quantic, and a selection of bands from Pernambuco playing across a number of London venues in June and July.

Quantic @ Passing Clouds

It’s been a lot trickier seeing Quantic live since he moved to Colombia, which is what makes this DJ appearance at Passing Clouds so special. The show is now sold out but you still have a chance to get your

Quantic’s Dog With A Rope

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if the Buena Vista Social Club cut records in Kingston, or if Marley made merengue? Ever asked yourself what it would be like if all the borders between different types of