Camino Live Sessions and FFTANG! FFTANG! present a free live gig by flamenco punk superstars Peyoti For President. Combining spanish-style guitars with hip-hop, samba and politically-charged punk, these urban globalistas have brought their incendiary dance anthems and 'rabble-rousing' lyricism to festivals all over Europe and supported acts such as Manu Chao, Ozomatli and Massive Attack.
3 Varnishers Yard, The Regent Quarter, Kings Cross, N1 9FD
London, United Kingdom
Supported by the decks and brass combo Huskiii & Captain Trumpet, playing skewed latin floorshakers and brass up mash-ups.
FREE ENTRY ALL NIGHT
Rising Up (P4P) by sordid soup records
Also time to listen Rising up! A free streaming by Sordid soup records and available 24th April online and stores! Latinos in London is Glad to listen this new single, Peyoti have been working hard and giving a good quality to all what they made since last album to live shows.
Peyoti as a multicultural band create not just great music also the image and landmark with proffesional musicians who are part of their show with a vast experience beeing in such great events as woodstock festival to different tours around europe, opening shows or special acoustic sets, also the unforgetable image on stage of the long dreadlocks from skillful bass player from colombia Luis Garcia to spanish cajon y rumba with Ayoze, also Pietro the vocal leader with his unique style like on his fantastic album Rising tide of Conformity one of the most incredible albums that i listened so far into our local bands.
So well i just wanna say Peyoti's new single sound is a great production and much work behind with the best line up trying to survive into the london music jungle scene. Thanks to Peyoti to bring this english-italian-latin fusion of world music with a fresh sound this 2011 and we hope listen soon a new album coming up, getting back their music to our CD player or mp3. So people support our local bands and enjoy them because they also have something special to share with us.
So rising up with Peyoti and sing along "aya yaya yaya ya ya Rising up!"
Keep update and buy their music via: www.peyoti.com