HUSH HUSH- A Party at The Globe
8pm Tickets £8 earlybird/£10 standard
Hay Free Radio presents Hush Hush - a Party at The Globe, Hay-on-Wye. 8pm – midnight. We look forward to welcoming you to our night, the second in a series of live events this year. Hay Free Radio is a brand new venture which aims to bring you incredible music, with both live sets from local musicians, and from a great selection of tracks by our DJs who will be playing Funk, Soul, Disco, Latin and Nu-Jazz. We are a community project looking to promote local talent with a series of live events over the coming year. We want to bring together a diverse crowd of all ages, whether that is into the physical space of an event, or via our (soon to be launched) radio station, who genuinely appreciate good music from talented musicians.
We will kick the night off with an hour of live music from much loved local band, 'The Breaks'. This band of musicians from the hay on wye area are dedicated to dance, working with the transformative power of words and music. Groove down Babylon with heavy energetic rhythms and soulful worldwide folk and blue note beats.
Mark Hilton DJ'd in the clubs and bars of Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester at night, before moving on to play in London, and across Europe in venues such as Tresor in Berlin, Fabric and Plastic People in London. Mark has dj'd with the likes of Kenny Dope, Little Louie Vega, Craig Charles, DJ Harvey, Gilles Peterson and even John Peel! Mark has always stuck to his love of funk, soul, dance-floor Latin, nu Jazz - with a little bit of disco thrown in! Mark and Ovi will be playing a mix of these genres. Think: Sly & The Family Stone, Stevie Wonder, Gil Scott-Heron, Khruangbin, Ezra Collectve, Moodymann, Curtis Mayfield, Lady Blackbird, Nina Simone, DJ NU-Mark, Ikebe Shakedown, Sergio Mendes and The Meters, to name but a few! So, if you are into Craig Charles (Radio 6) and Gilles Peterson, you will love what we do!
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