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Olivia Stock
22 February 2024, 11:48

R3 Soundsystem announces mobile anti-racism protest rave, House Against Hate

Yazmin Lacey, Niks, Midland, Eliza Rose, DJ Paulette, and Jamz Supernova, are just some of the names performing at the March protest

R3 Soundsystem announces mobile anti-racism protest rave, House Against Hate

R3 Soundsystem is hosting a new mobile anti-racism protest rave, House Against Hate, in London next month.

The mobile protest unit will once again be hitting the streets on 16th March as part of the United Nations Anti Racism Day Demonstration, joined by a host of DJs and musicians.

House Against Hate has been organised by London-based protest and music collective, R3 Soundsystem, with support from Black Artist DatabaseStand Up To Racism UKLove Music Hate Racism, and HOMO-CENTRIC Records.

As part of the protest, which will run from 3-7pm, R3 Soundsystem have invited artists to join the demo to protest “against the racist, xenophobic, transphobic, anti-immigrant, pro-Israel contingent in the UK establishment.” DJs and musicians confirmed so far include  Yazmin Lacey, Eliza Rose, Jamz Supernova, Midland, Leon Vynehall, A Guy Called Gerald, Moxie, Hot Chip, NIKSDJ Paulette, Shanti Celeste, and more.

Activist and DJ Gideön, who will also play at the protest, said: “As the Tories ratchet up their anti-immigration rhetoric, as Trump plots his second attempt at dismantling US democracy and as Labour fail to call out Israel’s genocide, we must unite once again around our community soundsystem to protest the global consolidation of rightwing power.”

“Bring banners, loudhailers and friends plus everything you need to kick-start the revolution,” he added.

Donations will also be collected in support of Medical Aid For Palestinians (MAP), and protestors are encouraged to bring cash to donate.

Follow R3 Soundsystem on Instagram for more info, latest announcements and where the meeting point is. View the full event listing here.

R3 Soundsystem have been responsible for a number of mobile music-based protest events in recent years, including a fundraising rave in 2022 in support of those affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.