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Rumba Freestyle! Dandaluz + David Cava + Dj : 25 March

Rumba Freestyle! Dandaluz + David Cava + Dj : 25 March

Latinos in London Entertainment is back and celebrating spring season with a new wave of latin music. Now is time to join forces between latin america & Spain for our special session of RUMBA FREESTYLE! blending together Latin music and Spanish Rumba with a frenetic burst of sound and colours with the electronic vibes from Ibiza to the rocky guitars in Camden Town.

The night will be a fusion of live music performed by DANDALUZ playing rumba flamenca direct from Sevilla, Spain with a Latin flavour ; Special guest David Cava direct from Barcelona will join the stage for an special acoustic show mixing the popular urban rhythms. The shows will create a crossroads between Rumba flamenca, latin music and rock ‘n’ roll.

On the decks Carlitos Nino from Latinos in London & Arriba la Cumbia Dj's with special guests selecting a wide range of musical styles fused with global & Latin rhythms.

SAT. 25 MARCH | RUMBA FREESTYLE! Dandaluz + David Cava + on the decks DJ Nino + Special guests [Free Entry]
Address: The Forge, Camden 3-7 Delancey Street, London NW1 7NL, London
RSVP +44 20 7383 7808

Energetic new fusion from Sevilla Spain and Cartagena (Chile) mixed with the London vibes these guys stir up the riotous melodies and rhythms of Rumba, Pachanga, Flamenco, Latin and Bossa Nova. Dandaluz live is an intoxicating and colourful experience, they’re the kind of band who can keep you dancing through the night.
More info:
Twitter : @Dandaluces | Facebook : Dandaluz

Direct from Barcelona, David Cava's influences are popular urban music and reggaeton; based on his original and classic tunes that will prepare for this special acoustic show he will keep the genre's beat alive with big, up-tempo hits that blur the lines between pop, rap, tropical and urban styles., He just released his new video "Tras" recorded in Miami part of his upcoming album.


Catalan gipsies develop a new way of playing flamenco guitar known as the ‘ventilador’, a technique that combines the strumming of guitar strings whilst the palms of the hand drum the rhythm on the body of the guitar. The guitar, the handclaps and certain songs originating from the Caribbean give birth to this new style. In the 1970s a new generation of gipsy rumba emerges, as the scene is enriched with a variety of styles, and keyboards, electric guitars, funky basses and wind sections appear.

However, its true value is how the essence of these songs were used to build a new style. Spanish flamenco guitar player Paco de Lucía brought to Spain a cajón formerly owned by Peruvian percussionist Caitro Soto in 1977 with the purpose of using it as a more reliable rhythmic base in Flamenco. The cajón is the most widely used Afro-Peruvian musical instrument since the late 18th century.


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