September

Tony Allen 'The Source' Album Launch

"Without Tony Allen, there would be no afrobeat" - Fela Kuti "Perhaps the greatest drummer who has ever lived" - Brian Eno There can be no disputing the fact that Tony Allen is a legend not just of afrobeat but of 20th century music as a whole. We\'re proud to present the launch of \'The Source\', his new record on iconic jazz label Blue Note Records, which according to Mr Allen is the best recording he\'s ever made. Featuring the likes of Damon Albarn, Yann Jankielewicz (saxophone), Rmi Sciuto (saxophone), Vincent Taurelle (keyboard), Daniel Zimmermann (trombone) and Mathias Allamane (double bass), the record showcases a set of original songs inspired by his hero, Art Blakey. Opening the show on the night will be fast rising London based 7 piece afrobeat outfit KOKOROKO.

The Jazz Cafe, London, United Kingdom

Tony Allen 'the Source'...

The Jazz Cafe
London

Friday

22 Sep

Life Is Eazi Culture Festival

Combining all aspects of the vibrant African Culture, Mr Eazi is set to present the ‘Life is Eazi Culture Festival’ on 29th September at Roundhouse in Camden.London has played a significant role in Mr Eazi’s musical journey and as a special place to him; he wants to share his passion for the culture with the UK’s capital. Music, art, dance and fashion will all meet under one roof as Mr Eazi himself curates the entire proceedings. There will be special guests, including familiar favourites from the UK music scene and big names from Africa alongside DJs, dancers, artists and more, showcasing their talent and the influence of their culture. Mr Eazi will be rounding off the festival with a special two-hour set and there will be VIP meet and greets available as he vows to make the event as personal as possible, putting his stamp on it and ensuring an intimate and welcoming vibe is created, as it is set to become an essential go to event in the capital’s cultural calendar.

Roundhouse, London, United Kingdom

Life Is Eazi Culture Fe...

Roundhouse
London

Saturday

23 Sep

Life Is Eazi Culture Festival

Combining all aspects of the vibrant African Culture, Mr Eazi is set to present the ‘Life is Eazi Culture Festival’ on 23rd September at Roundhouse in Camden.London has played a significant role in Mr Eazi’s musical journey and as a special place to him; he wants to share his passion for the culture with the UK’s capital. Music, art, dance and fashion will all meet under one roof as Mr Eazi himself curates the entire proceedings. There will be special guests, including familiar favourites from the UK music scene and big names from Africa alongside DJs, dancers, artists and more, showcasing their talent and the influence of their culture. Mr Eazi will be rounding off the festival with a special two-hour set and there will be VIP meet and greets available as he vows to make the event as personal as possible, putting his stamp on it and ensuring an intimate and welcoming vibe is created, as it is set to become an essential go to event in the capital’s cultural calendar.

Roundhouse, London, United Kingdom

Life Is Eazi Culture Fe...

Roundhouse
London

Saturday

23 Sep

October

Afrobeats Party (East)

Afrobeats Party (East) After 3 sold out shows in London Afrobeats Party is back in East London for one night only! Expect Afrobeat vibes with other likeminded Afrobeat fans and Londons hottest Djs playing the likes of Wizkid / Timaya / Davidi / Fuse ODG / P-Square / D\'banj / Olamide / Mista Silva / R2Bees / Ice Prince / May7ven / Wande Coal / Mr Eazi / Flavour N\'abania / Phyno / Lola Rae / Lyanya / Brymo / M.anifest / Dr SID / May D / Biko / L.A.X / Skales / Maleek Berry / Mazi Chukz & much much more, with a mix of dancehall & soca to keep you dancing till the early hours. Hiphop and R&B in room two. Saturday 7th October 2017 Tickets: 5 / 8 18+ Only ID Required* Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU

Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London, United Kingdom

Afrobeats Party (east)...

Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
London

Saturday

07 Oct

Ibibio Sound Machine - Cardiff

Ibibio Sound Machine is a hybrid of African and electronic sounds, fronted by Nigerian/British singer Eno Williams. The Guardian described ISM as an "adventurous update to Afrobeat and high life". The Talking Fish, the standout single from their self-titled debut merged together funky basslines and scatty synths. Album number two Uyai, pushes their sound further with more experimentation, crisper production, and grander songs, that scream for your attention. Tickets on sale - Wednesday, June 21.

Tramshed, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Ibibio Sound Machine - ...

Tramshed
Cardiff

Wednesday

25 Oct

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