Sounds and Colours Peru Launch Set for June 13th in London’s Bussey Building19 May, 2015
We’ve been working on our Sounds and Colours Peru book, CD and DVD for quite some time now, and all that hard work will soon reach fruition as we are now in the final throes of putting it together. And to celebrate we’re going to be launching the publication at the Bussey Building on Saturday June 13th as part of an incredible Summer Love Carnival event being put together by Movimientos.
For the launch event we will be taking up Room 2 and offering a glimpse of Peruvian culture with special guest DJs, short films and more. Behind the decks will be Peruvian DJ Qrichi, part of the Eck Echo crew in Berlin, who will be bringing a mix of old and new Peruvian vibes. He will be joined by Boiler Room regular Selectorchico from Uruguay, in the UK to promote his new project Revisitando Macondo so expect classic dance grooves from Montevideo in the 70s alongside the finest new tropical bass. They will be accompanied by a selection of short films and audio-visual treats to get the night off to a stormer. Make sure you arrive by 10pm to get your Peruvian fill! And of course Sounds and Colours Peru will be available too, complete with 200 pages of Peruvian culture as you’ve never seen it before, a 20-track CD of new Peruvian music and a DVD showing the traditions and allure of the country.
There will also be plenty more happening in the rest of the building with the amazing tropical bass master Maga Bo coming over from Rio de Janeiro, live music from Brass Knuckles and a great selection of DJs playing the best tropical bass, cumbia and Latin rhythms.
Maga Bo (Rio)
Brass Knuckles (Live)
Fedzilla (Live PA)
DJ Cal Jader
Selecta Mad Max
Sounds & Colours Peru Book Launch with
Friday 13th June
10pm – 5am
133 Rye Lane
London SE15 4UJ
Tickets: £5 / £7 Advance / £7 OTD
Find out more about the event over at Movimientos
Here’s the amazing poster for the event from Lee Hodges:
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