For less than the price of a pint, you can watch an exciting array of electronica at Fuel Cafe this Wednesday!
Headlining the night will be Joaquín Cornejo. Originally from Ecuador, he is an up and coming force in the world of electrocumbia and electrofolklorica, fusing a traditional South American aesthetic with contemporary electronic sounds. He has performed in Berlin, Istanbul and at Tropical Pressure Festival, and has had his music played on Worldwide FM by Andes-step luminary Nicola Cruz.
Joining Joaquín will be Hermanito – the moniker of Manchester based producer Matt Dunnett. His music blends diverse sampling from jazz, world music and soundtracks with original beats and experimental hip hop flavours.
Finally, Mola Mola will be playing their first ever live set. They create intimate jazz-infused soul music for fans of Erykah Badu and BADBADNOTGOOD.
Tickets are available on the door for just £2.