1811 14th St. NW
Washington, DC, 20009
This hip-hop-psych-soul/dream-tronica project started life as an outlet for a couple of musical experiments, a kind of soul petrie dish, a testing ground for new sounds. They've just released their debut single, 'Kingdom Leader'. A song that drips sexual foreplay. Builds and builds and subtly massages the soul. A combination of throbbing synth sounds that bed down layered textures of electronic bass and percussive beats. The sonic stimulations throughout the track enthral, and asks you to delve deeper with every second of the song.
The inspiration for 'Kingdom Leader' came from a garage sale. Well, from a $50 vintage synth, picked up at a garage sale that sparked the first set of tunes. BOO SEEKA have been channelling a few musical spirits in the recording/writing process of the first single and EP, 'Kingdom Leader'. The layering and experimental beats of Massive Attack, the cool of Mayer Hawthorne and Seed 2.0 Cody Chestnutt's soulful vocal delivery. BOO SEEKA snaps up melodies and bounces them off hip-hop/R&B driven grooves - and beats that vibe.
BOO SEEKA are set to release their debut EP late 2015. They've supportedKim Churchill on his National Tour and supported a run of Sticky Fingers dats in March. They also SOLD OUT their own headline single tour in April (3 shows in Sydney, 3 shows in Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra).
MUNDY is a Washington, DC-based New Wave Soul band. They formed in the summer of 2013, releasing their first EP in December. Up-beat and visually entertaining, with backgrounds in performance art, theater, dance, and visual art, MUNDY is a soulful experience that gets the crowd swaying. Tailored for general and diverse audiences, their mission is to dance, move hearts, and rock this planet.
Bob Boilen (NPR) listed MUNDY as one of his favorite concert experiences of 2013. Their show at Bossa Lounge was chosen as the Editors' pick for The Washington Post in July, 2014. January 12th MUNDY was one of the featured up and coming bands that performed for Baltimore's 98Rock 97.9 Noise In The Basement at Ottobar.