Micachu & Kwes present 'Kwesachu', special collaborative show announced at London's Southbank Centre

On Saturday April 28th, Kwes and Micachu, along with some of their closest musical friends, will combine forces for a special Kwesachu show at London’s Southbank Centre.

The event, which takes place in Queen Elizabeth Hall’s foyer, will see full live sets from both artists as well as a collaborative performance, in celebration of the impending release of the second Kwesachu mixtape – as well as new releases from both artists. Click here for tickets

Kwes is a 24 year old London-based musician and producer who's first EP for Warp EP ‘Meantime’ is out April 30th.
Preorder Meantime at

Micachu & The Shapes are also putting the finishing touches to their new album, due out on July 23rd on Rough Trade.

Kwesachu is a collaborative project between Kwes and Micachu, started in 2008 with the release of the Kwesachu Vol. 1 mixtape: 50 minutes of cassette tape which proved that both artists were a match made in skewed pop heaven, and gave birth to ‘free pop’ – a philosophy of creating popular music that knows no boundaries, shuns no eccentricity and values inventiveness over any kind of rules that have gone before. This renowned mixtape, which features reworks of Hot Chip, Cibelle, Metronomy, Golden Silvers, The Invisible, Man Like Me, Finn Peters, and guest contributions from artists associated with the two musicians, including MCs Ghostpoet and DELS and Romy of The xx, is still available HERE.

Meantime, is released on April 30th. Listen to 'Bashful' taken from the EP below...

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Kwes and Micachu in the studio working on the mixtape...