The Mosaiques Festival 2016: Produced by Arts Canteen and supported by Bureau Export (the French music export office), the festival returns for its sixteenth edition. Celebrating diversity in music, film and the arts from all over the world, it will feature cutting-edge contemporary music produced in France, UK, Turkey and beyond. In the daytime, Mosaiques will be held at the Sonos Studios bringing free activities that include lunchtime gigs, panels, book readings, film screenings, master-classes and listening sessions; whilst the evening music programme will be at Rich Mix. The first night brings Vaudou Game who will be performing from their newly released second album. Formed in Lyon, France by Peter Solo and made of six members, Vaudou Game combine the vaudou tradition iwth trance inducers such as blues and funk as well as the rhythm and blues of James Brown, Otis Redding or Wilson Picket. The second night will feature Acid Arab who will be unveiling a brand-new live show drawing on their album 'Musique de France'. Acid Arab is a duet from Paris whose goal is to mix all kinds of Eastern music (North Africa, Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey) with electronic sounds, from pioneering acid house to today’s powerful techno. Taking place from 14-15 October, 2016 at Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA.