Sunday 20th August
Doors 7:30pm / $10 Door
On the 20th of August come and celebrate community, culture and creativity with two of Melbourne’s Latin fusion bands.
Huanchaco is World Fusion with a difference. Drawing influences from a wide spectrum of sounds including Flamenco, Folk, Jazz, Trip Hop, Metal and Classical to name few.
Huanchaco’s live show takes the audience on a journey through atmosphere, melody and rhythm and has seen them perform throughout Australia and abroad.
Huanchaco have recently returned from a successful through Chile performing sell out shows across multiple cities and appearing on national television and radio networks promoting the connection on Chile, Australia and New Zealand.
What better way to celebrate this then sharing the stage with the good friends and amazing musicians of Amaru Tribe
Amaru Tribe - Skin and wood holds together this tribe of six. Emerging from their trans-oceanic journeys they gather by the laws of creative gravity in the city of Melbourne to resonate into a new sound vision.
In Quechua, “Amaru” is the serpent which connects the spiritual and the subterranean world. The tribe’s deep connection with their roots and mythology is nurtured through in their songlines. Amazonic drums, vibrating charangos and powerful vocal harmonies align to the Australian land creating a musical portal that connects the entire south hemisphere and gives birth to an unknown genre they call Oceanic Cumbia.