Karma Darwin, Blueberry, Locofreeq

12
/ Nov
Saturday
2016

Karma Darwin, Blueberry, Locofreeq

Venue
Front Room
Time
07:30 pm
Price
$8.00

Output Agency Ltd. presents

Karma Darwin / Blueberry / Locofreeq

$8 | 18+ | 7:30 Doors / 8:30 Show

Karma Darwin was formed early 2013 in Brewster, NY. The band consists of Alex Peterson on Guitar and Vocals, Drew Stubbs-Stroud on Guitar and Vocals, John Newton on Bass and Back-up vocals, and Ryan Lowry on Drums. The self-titled album, “KARMA DARWIN”, consists of 18 songs written by Peterson, Stubbs-Stroud, and Newton and is absolutely brought to life by the voices of Peterson and Stubbs-Stroud. The vocal harmonies, reminiscent of 50’s, 60’s style rock-n-roll with a breath of new life, illustrate a journey of love through the end of the world that is driven by the rhythms from Newton and Lowry. The two guitarists display mastery of their instruments on the record, and in live performances, through the epic solos that reflect and enhance the energy of the story they weave. The chemistry from the band as a unit is obvious every time they play and the shows only get better and better


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Her sultry and exquisite psychedelic soul is contemporary pop’s best-kept secret, a landscape where quiet storms hover and glide over endless fields of deep, funky hooks. But with the release of Blueberry’s self-titled debut on Sundazed’s Euphoria! Imprint, it’s a secret that won’t remain so for much longer. Blueberry has released three previous albums on her own label and makes music well described by Time Out New York as “the illegitimate offspring of Prince and Kate Bush.” Composed and performed in an all-analog setting using Fender Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos, analog organs, live horns and vintage drum machines, Blueberry features a guest appearance by Soul Asylum main man Dave Pirner and pairs the warm, classic sound of Snyder’s timeless influences with a decidedly modern sensibility-and puts pretty much anything else on the current pop radar to shame. Just surrender your ears to the looping, neo-soul groove of “Fickle”, the coy, Burt Bacharach-tinged “I Adore You,” or the brass-blasting dance-floor mover “Grubby Wire” and Blueberry will be bumping, thumping, and grooving its way to the top of your best-of-2016 list quicker than you can yell get down!


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funk. jam. magic.
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