FREE BEFORE 10pm - £3 AFTER
Tankus the Henge will be bringing their twisted carnival rock n roll to Brixton's Hootenanny on 24th May.
If you're not sure what this entails, then by far the best thing for you to do is cancel whatever's happening the next day and join in the fray yourself.
If you DO know what to expect, then you already know that you'll be there, don't ya?
Price: FREE b4 10pm, £3 after
Time: 9pm - 3am
ID: Valid ID after 11pm
Stranger than Paradise present TANKUS THE HENGE, six sharp dressed and bedraggled gentlemen hailing from some of the more eccentric parts of London Town. Their music draws from a multitudinous array of influences including rock, ragtime, reggae, blues, funk, disco, gypsy punk and Django.
GADJO, Their inspirations ranging from traditional Irish music to American folk (bluegrass, country) sometimes borrowing from reggae and funk, inviting their audience to a colourful musical journey +
THE GYPSY DYNAMITE, playing a wide repertoire of Jazz, gypsy jazz, spanish and Italian music all rearranged in a fresh, unique and energetic style +
A delectable mixture of frisky frolics and whimsicality, TABITHA TABOO, with a dash of European retro chic. Add to that a little B movie charm and a sprinkle of What The Butler Saw and you’ll find the main characteristics of her mise en scene +
SACHA DIEU and MS MANRAY playing swing, rock and roll, nu cumbia and gypsy punk!