Friday 5th - Saturday 6th February 2016 Rich Mix in London From £10 Minimum age: 18 London is a powerhouse of musical innovation and The London Remixed Festival brings you finest selection for 2016. Showcasing the best in Latin Grooves, Afrobeats, Tropical Bass, Vintage-Remix, Desert Remix, Balkan Beats, Urban Roots, Acoustic Soundclash and Brass Band Remix, we are kicking Global London into the future! The festival is a celebration of the best emerging musical talent and genres and will offer creativity, fun and madness, complete with buzzing atmosphere & music… but without the mud, rain or hassle of camping. Expect performances from over 25 cutting edge bands and DJs across 4 stages over 2 days, all in one vibrant venue nested in the heart of Shoreditch. The London Remixed Festival is brought to you by some of the most dynamic festival organisers, venue promoters and music agencies the UK has to offer. We aim to create the perfect festival experience; indoor camping areas to chill out, fully converted disco lift to navigate between the stages and a silent disco café. Continental Drifts; the producers of the most rocking festival stages across the globe, are excited to be back, joining forces once again with their long standing musical partners Movimientos, Wormfood, Two for Joy, Woodburner, Polka Club and some new ones Vibes and Pressure and Arts Canteen for the return of LONDON REMIXED FESTIVAL 2016. Continental Drifts/Global Local are all about creating a buzzing atmosphere, they have put together some of the best line-ups at the UK’s greatest, biggest and most loved festivals. Over the years they have supported 100s of up and coming bands, including household names such as Florence and the Machine, MUSE and Mumford and Sons, who all lost their festival virginity on their stages. This year’s headliners include Symphonica feat MR Switch, 47SOUL, K.O.G and the Zongo Brigade, and Honeyfeet.
Late at Tate Britain is the perfect opportunity to explore art after hours Enjoy a vibrant mix of music, workshops, talks, special guests and DJs, live performance and debate, all taking inspiration from artwork in the Tate Collection. Late at Tate returns to Tate Britain this season with a new series of free events curated by young people. The gallery will open its doors after-hours on the first Friday of October, November and December. This season is inspired by the theme of ‘Status’, and each event will explore a different idea: Power (October), The Body (November) and Celebrity (December). The series will explore representations of status and its parallels with the Tate Collection, from historic royalty to YouTube fame. Late at Tate Britain is curated by Tate Collective London as part of the Circuit programme. Tate Collective London run free events and festivals for young people aged 15–25 to experiment, create and innovate through art and ideas.
come we grow Event amazing artists free before 9pm 5 pounds before 11pm 10 pound after Dj KmT Amazing live music Native sun Mosi Konde Djs Antarma playing a track at 1.30am then a jam with mc Angel shay d kingpin and more blessed artists
Sounds Like: Nneka, "Arrested Development", Ms. Lauryn Hill
Bio: Native Sun is a London based duo consisting of bilingual rapper Mohammed Yahya, born in Mozambique , South East Africa and singer-song writer Sarina Leah born in London with Caribbean roots.
Joining forces in 2010 Native Sun was born fusing Hip Hop and African rhythms with the aim of promoting...See Full Bio
“Bounce-Worthy duo Native Sun, comprised of vocalist Sarina Leah and MC Mohammed Yahya, have quietly released their debut album, Indigenous Soundwaves, via their Bandcamp page. The 10-track album is a follow up to last year's excellent EP and, if a quick flick through the tracks is anything to go by, the album follows in much the same vein. Sarina's light, airy vocals and Mohammed's gritty delivery are a match made in musical heaven, and with a real message in their lyrics there really isn't anything not to like here. Check it out for yourselves. ”