Every Monday 8.30pm

Monday June 3rd

Electric Red

 

Avan Funk/Extraterrestrial R&B

Bass, Temporal Lobe, Guitar & Drums

 

David Dovo’s Electric Red skillfully weaves ambient guitar loops, driving bass lines, jazz infected drums, and spoken word into funky cinematic sound-scapes that shake your body and move your mind. A composer and bass player, David also brings his background as a sound engineer to the production table allowing him to seamlessly integrate the eclectic influences in Electric Red. In his hands, spoken word pulled from vintage films cuts subversively through the deep pockets of Electric Red’s grooves, relentless bass lines hold steady against improvised guitar lines and loops, and live drums and electronic beats create layered polyrhythms. This is thinking music for people who get down. This is groove for the heady set. This is Urban Experimental Lounge Noise, a new genre born of the pleasures of contrast and contradiction. 

 

 

 

Monday June 10th

Snake Bone

 

Groove & Blues

Guitar, Bass, Drums

 

Snake Bone is a jazz, blues and groove music trio that is raising the roof from New York to Japan with their potent brand of backbeat jazz. Three topflight musicians deliver the grit and spark at every turn. Masami Ishikawa – guitar, Will Kenney – bass, Kirk Driscoll – drums

Monday June 17th

 

Mandology

 

Gypsy Swing

 Guitar, Double bass & Mandolin

 

Mandology is an acoustic jazz ensemble featuring Dave Gross on Mandolin, Asher Ben-Or on guitar and Matt Quinones on upright bass. Rooted in gypsy jazz and the music of the French guitar master Django Reinhardt, the group keeps the spirit if Django alive with a mix of gypsy jazz standards and original music

 

Monday June 24th

 

Melanie Scholtz

 

 Live vocal looping & Jazz

Loop box & Piano

 

Frank is a world renowned, drummer, multi percussionist, composer, from New York 

Frank worked at most all of the major venues such as Carnegie Hall, performed and or recorded with some of the  most famous important people in  music ,among countless others.

Frank Bambara group is deeply rooted in the American Jazz latin tradition and also in Afro-Cuban, Caribbean, Brazilian and African music. Frank Bambara drums multi percussion, Jack Glottman piano

 

Sun – Thu 6 pm – 1 am. Fri – Sat 6 pm – 4 am.