Black Hudu x MJF

  • Saturday | 25.05.24
  • 10.00pm
  • Band on the Wall, Manchester
  • Free

BLACK HUDU is an underground collective of artists, DJs and producers made up of Mighty Funk’Houser, Anouj, Soulful Grooves, and Benaiah Matheson. The word Hudu is derived from hoodoo (with a Huddersfield twist.) Hoodoo is the name of a language and a Ewe tribe in Togo and Ghana, and an African religion born from Black resilience that cultivates reverence for one’s ancestors, holistic health, and oneness with self.

The positive intention to create unity and wellbeing is at the heart of everything BLACK HUDU does. This is achieved in the ritual of the Session – where potent musical frequencies take the listener on a journey to banish bad energy, free the inner self, and become one with the vibrations. These vibrations include a mixture of sounds picked from the African diaspora such as roots & culture, dub, hip hop, neo soul, underground house & garage, bruk, jazz, funk and soul.

Having shared stages with the likes of Omar and Henry Wu, Black Hudu are fast rising all over the UK.

Bar open: 12.30pm
Artists on stage: 10.00pm
Curfew: 3.00am
Stage: The Bar