Cable Street Collective combine catchy tunes with dance-inspired beats that’ll make you dance your arse off. Formed at the same London open mic night that produced Denai Moore, their music mixes African influences (two of the group grew up in Swaziland and Malawi) with UK funky house and a whole host of other sounds from in and around their home bases in East London and Brixton.

Tom Robinson of BBC 6Music and BBC Introducing says their music “grooves like a bastard.”
XFM’s new music guru John Kennedy says: “Their music is guaranteed to bring the sunshine, whatever the weather.”

The band have enjoyed airtime on XFM and played at a series of high profile festivals including Bestival, the Isle of Wight Festival, Secret Garden Party, Boomtown Fair and the Lake of Stars Festival in Malawi.

Their debut EP The Best of Times is out on iTunes, Spotify and as a physical release now.

For high res imagery, interview requests and further info contact Tristan Kennedy // [email protected] // 07786 374 083

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