Solko, Carnival Collective, Nubiyan Twist, Sounddhism

Rich Mix, London

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12-piece future hip hop, soul, dub + afrobeat collective Nubiyan Twist present a very special party to coincide with the release of Figure Numatic, the first single of their forthcoming album on Wormfood Records.

Limited edition vinyls will be available on the night.

Having slammed festival + club stages all summer at Boomtown, Shambala, Secret Garden Party, Lovebox, Shapes, POW London and more, theirs is a big sound, fusing groove driven music from around the world with soundsystem culture and jazz-inspired improvisation.

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massive fusion of brass, bass, guitars + percussion blending an eclectic mix of reggae/dub rhythms with soulful vocals and melodic jazz horns.

Carnival Collective:

Carnival Collective boasts 30+ musicians and delivers an irresistible tidal wave of energetic music. Sometimes described as a 21st Century Big Band, the CC sounds range from live drum’n’bass, reggae and jungle to cumbia and swing, and are played on a vast bateria of Brazilian drums, with a fat horn section and dirty bass-lines, topped with beautiful vocal harmonies. Guaranteed to blow any club or festival away!

Sounddhism Djs: born out of Nottingham, the Sounddhism crew have backed Nubiyan Twist all the way from the beginning and will be representing all night with a deep mix of funk, soul, disco and house

AND - we have a special late license to open Rich Mix until 3am. See you at the front!


Price: Advanced: £8, Standard: £10

Event running time: 9:00 pm to 3:00 am


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Friday 31, October of 2014 at 22:00
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Saturday 1, November of 2014 at 01:00
Rich Mix, London
Solko, Carnival Collective, Nubiyan Twist, Sounddhism