Looking for an unusual and quality experience this Bank Holiday? We’ve got you covered at Grow in Hackney Wick… All FREE ENTRY
We’re joined by 23 year old Oslo and L.A. based singer Ora The Molecule (Nora Schjelderup) is a child of contrast, a bridge of opposites being half Norwegian and half Guatemalan, creating an unexpected sound between Pop, Electronica and detailed organic sound waves. A new sound to the pop music landscape with her calypso-tinged melodies and airy folk-infused vocals that remind you of French 80’s pop chansons. Plus DJ’s and special guests.
Residents And What return to take you on another journey from raw acoustic sounds through to hip hop & live electronica
Hosted by Absent Minded Poetics with performers:
Malleable - The live electronic trio return to play an hour of wavy synth heavy goodness
Brother’s Testament - The rising UK Jazz band will be performing a live album for us. Brother’s Testament have carved out their sound by fusing jazz with hip-hop, funk, & even classical music.
Ohno da French -Hip Hop producer Ohno will be playing live re-edits of classic soul, funk and world rhythms for our MC’s to cypher on.
James Sativa - James returns with his weapons of choice, a guitar, trumpet, loop pedal & a book of rhymes.
Tara & Baba T Ensemble - Classically trained harpist teams up with beatboxer Baba T for the ultimate mash up.
And What DJs
Residents on rotation; Gonan, Calaida & Anthony Nidis DJ set the tone, stringing together the live performances with eclectic dance floor driven selections across the spectrum.
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EASTER SUNDAY 12-6pm
We have SoulFull Sunday roast with smoked meats, a vegan option and all the trimmings, bloody mary’s and a DJ playing soul, funk and world music. Family friendly
The Sunday Jam is back with Roots Rock Reggae Dub at Grow! Musicians join together to bring some new music and some well known riddims live on stage! From roots to ska to dub, expect some serious dancing vibes! Backed by the DUBHOUSE BAND and MC MANLIO CALAFROCAMPANO
SPECIAL GUEST DJ
IRIE I SELECTA