Bradley Zero’s Rhythm Section is live in London, RALLY Festival reveals its line up & more this week

Bradley Zero’s Rhythm Section is live in London, RALLY Festival reveals its line up & more this week

by Robyn Pullen
6 min

Whether you’re looking for cocktails, curated art exhibitions, or sorting your summer festival plans this week, we’ve got you covered. SXSW is pioneering the future of art and culture in Texas, Bradley Zero is bringing the good vibes to Camden’s Jazz Cafe, Break. Archive is throwing a London pop-up. If that’s wet your whistle, keep reading and find out what’s happening around the world. 

Immersive art and virtual reality is coming to South by Southwest
South by Southwest Interactive ©

British Underground and Arts Council England have announced the eighth Future Art and Culture at the international festival of Tech and Innovation, South by Southwest Interactive (SXSW). From a powerful world-first VR exploration of Holocaust memory to a mixed reality experience exploring living with ADHD, there’s a lot of important stuff going on. SXSW Interactive will take place from March 10-12 in Austin, Texas, and the Metaverse. 

Cato is presenting a solo exhibition at Cooke Latham Gallery 

South London-based artist and musician Cato is presenting his debut exhibition at Cooke Latham Gallery. It will house a series of larger-than-life portraits combining collage, acrylics and airbrush techniques which draw inspiration from a host of Peckham characters that can be found outside of his studio. Cato’s debut show will be on view at Cooke Latham Gallery from 7 March until 28 March. Find more info here.

Break. Archive is popping up in London

Break. Archive, the London-based vintage archive launched by Gabriel Rylka, is hosting a pop-up shop this week with the tag-line “Fake bag? Fake b*tch.” Opening in Shoreditch this Friday, the pop-up shop will give attendees exclusive access to its archival collection of designer gems, from bags and accessories to ready-to-wear. Open from March 15th to 24th, we’d recommend you make sure to sign up on Break. Archive’s website and book a free appointment, as we know, this pop-up will be filling up quick.

Rally reveals its 2024 festival lineup

London’s community-driven arts and music festival RALLY is returning to Southwark Park this August Bank Holiday Weekend, and finally the lineup is here. The festival’s music performances are set across three stages, with electronic heavyweights Mount Kimbie returning to the stage for the first time in seven years, alongside Nilüfer Yanya, bar italia, Armand Hammer, Sorry, ML Buch, and Alabaster DePlume, plus genre-bending DJ sets from DJ Marcelle, Call Super, Lena Willikens, and more. Hit up RALLY’s website to find out more about the festival, and sign up for RALLY 2024 here.

Jameson is giving out free cocktails in Kings Cross 
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Jameson is bringing some Irish flair to the heart of London for St. Patrick’s Day. The whiskey label’s brand-new bus will park outside Kings Cross, serving up free cocktails on Saturday, March 17. But before it parks up, the bus will be giving a select few guests a ride through East London to bring in the festivities with a Jameson, ginger, and lime. That’s your weekend plans sorted! 

Rhythm Section is live in London  

If you’re after some last-minute plans tonight, get down to the Jazz Cafe in Camden for Rhythm Section Live, hosted by Bradley Zero. Tonight’s line-up will see performances from Stella and The Longos, Stella Zekri, Ed Longo, and Dele Sosimi. If you’re in town, expect a genre-spanning selection of soul-cleansing good vibes. You know the score. Grab your tickets here

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