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Charlotte Dos Santos w/Ahnanse & The Nasty Poet

EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney), London.

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This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
EARLY BIRD - UNRESERVED SEATS £13.75 (£12.50) Tickets not available
UNRESERVED SEATS £16.50 (£15.00)

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Tipped by Outkast’s Big Boi, Gilles Peterson and Pitchfork to name but a few, Brazilian-Norwegian jazz singer Charlotte Dos Santos takes to the stage at EartH for her very first headline show in London this May.

A supreme vocalist, composer and producer, Dos Santos broke through on esteemed label Stones Throw before stunning the world with her debut EP ‘Cleo’ on Fresh Selects, easily a highlight of 2017. Combining soul, jazz, rare groove and Afro-latin influences, it’s a self-acknowledged testament to:

“A woman who represents courage, independence, femininity, royalty and power. She is ambitious and fearless, yet humble. She is the woman I feel I am becoming, and the woman I feel all girls could be”.

Her irresistibly sincere and soulful sound has been compared to Amy Winehouse, Erykah Badu and Kate Bush; but to Charlotte, her sound is nothing but a representation of her diverse background and influences. Take a trip through her mesmerising musical universe as she plays her biggest UK show yet.

Ahnansé is a London-based multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. In 2017 he set up Steam Down, a weekly musical gathering which has since become one of South London's most spoken about events. They were recently joined by Charlotte at their show in Oslo, making Ahnansé the perfect addition to the bill.

Layfullstop is a hip-hop artist with a distinct voice full of soul. She brings soul, jazz and hip-hop into the modern era with her combination of sweet tones, ferocious bars and an echo of nostalgia. She’s been performing on stages alongside well-established collectives ‘Cul Dè Sac’ and ‘Roots Raddix’, positioning herself as an elite artist to keep a look out for.