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Wara + Dende Live @ Passing Clouds : 15th April


Movimientos presents another killer line up of Latin and Tropical music from the underground music scene in the UK. Wara are proving to be the freshest Latin act to emerge for a long time with their mix of Cuban and Tropical rhythms with an urban London flavour. Plus we welcome Dende the next big Tropical band to come out of the Brighton music scene’s huge melting pot with a riotous blend of Ska, Calypso, Cumbia and Afro-Latin rhythms.
Plus the usual Movimientos blend of Latin beats, Tropical and Global rhythms upstairs and downstairs with DJs Cal Jader, Arias & guests. And a film screening early focusing on community resistance to a mining project in Guatemala.


Live acts

Wara (Live)
Cuban Funk, Tropical Rhythms with a London twist

www.myspace.com/waralondon



Dende (Live)
Calypso, Ska, Cumbia, Afro-Latin beats

DJs
Cal Jader, Arias & guests
Raw Latin beats, Tropical bass, global underground sounds

+ Upstairs:
DJ Caê Traven (Uhuru Selector)
+ Mr Boogie (Soulsa)


+ Documentary film screening upstairs from 8.15pm:
‘El Negocio Del Oro en Guatemala’ (The Business of Gold in Guatemala)

A documentary that examines community resistance against the transnational companies and Guatemala’s neoliberal policies

+ Speakers on mining in the region from Guatemala Solidarity Network


Movimientos @ Passing Clouds
Friday 15th April
8pm-3am
£5 before 10 / £8 after
Passing Clouds
1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA,
Train: Dalston Kingsland






‘El Negocio Del Oro en Guatemala’ (The Business of Gold in Guatemala)
(53mins. 2010. Dir. Gregory Lassell / Marco Perez)

Since the signing of the 1996 Peace Accords, the Guatemalan Government has pushed forward a policy to attract transnational extractive companies to indigenous territories in the country.
This policy violates the rights of these peoples, who are organizing to defend their lands.

This documentary examines community resistance against the transnational companies and Guatemala’s neoliberal policies. Specificially, it focuses on the people of San Miguel Ixtahuacan, and their resistance against the Canadian mutinational, Goldcorp Inc.

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