After an amazing summer, we are happy to be back at Hootananny Brixton for another takeover!
Bringing you the beats from the middle east


**The Odd Beats**
Multinational gypsy, folk, and psychedelia, combining Turkish folk, Balkan dance beats, and Greek Rebetiko amongst other world music flavors. Queen of hearts Dila V spreads positive vibes with her superb voice and a beaming smile, while Fati Ebrem’s psychedelic guitar mesmerizes all who experience The Odd Beats. Their music is embellished with eastern percussion and powerful ethnic rhythms for an uplifting dance experience.

Get ready to shake your hips, shimmy your tummy and twirl around the dance floor with this eccentric and exceptionally cool multinational musical family.

**Kefi – κεφι**
A new take on Greek Rembetiko, mixing urban Greek folk and dub-inspired tunes. Weaving tales of beauty, love, outlaws, and life, Kefi embrace their roots and pay homage to a sound born out of rebellion.

**The Vito Movement**
The Vito Movement is a group of people, made raised and based between London (Uk) and Palermo (Italy) in partnership with Batov Records Uk and Teatro Ditirammu (PA)

**DJ Kobayashi**
Digging for music around the world, you could say it’s his full-time job!
Anything that got a groove and the right melodies make him pick the records.
His style varies from Global Funk / World Beats and Middle Eastern Grooves. However, he is not foreign to the electronic beats, “It starts to get really interesting when you get producers/DJ mixing old sound with new beats”.
He is also a member of Gypsy Hill, where they combining Balkan beats and Mediterranean grooves.