SNKR Joe Music Video VJ/DJ Party (12AM FREE), Black Caddy, Genique, Ladybread, Dirty Waltz Band, Crosstown Vocal featuring Conrete
158 Ludlow Street
New York, NY, 10002
Doors 5:30 PM / Show 6:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
SNKR Joe Music Video VJ/DJ Party (11PM FREE)
New York Based HipHop/RnB group. The team consists of Gray Matter, Franswa, and Soulbrother, and Saucerat. They have been a group for over three years and have since collaborated on an EP called “Cold Cutz” which was released February 2016 and is available on all online streaming platforms. BLACK CADDY has spent most of 2017 creating and performing at many New York venues, house and corporate parties. All of 2018 has been dedicated to their new EP, “No Parking” releasing early November. While each member comes from diverse backgrounds, this group has been able to create a dynamic sound, that, not only keeps you listening, but gets you on your feet and moving. Be on the look out for this group. They are willing to do whatever it takes to bring good music to people.
Genique is a 19-year-old up and coming R&B artist from Brooklyn, New York. Her inspiration stems from old school R&B. Recently, Genique has been expanding her fan base through performances at her university and out of state venues. Genique’s EP titled "Open Secrets" is set to be released on December 5th. Her single “We Ride” is out now and available for download.
Music by Mike LoCicero.
Dirty Waltz Band
Our seven piece band plays more than a dozen instruments in countless genres. Performing originals and arranging songs new and old, they borrow from Balkan, Irish, jazz, blues, and American folk traditions (to name a few). From Tom Waits to Fermin Alcarez, Henry Mancini to Neko Case, their inspirations span oceans and centuries. And what do our songs have in common? They are all in waltz time. Featuring Mike Shapiro (piano, harmonica and vocals), Rebecca Hart (guitar and vocals), Susie Greenebaum (violin), Mollie McQuarrie (accordion and banjolele), Rob Rapley (guitar and dobro), Ben Arons (drums and percussion) and Chris Nattrass (double bass). Long before Elvis there was the waltz and the waltz was dirty. "Riotous and indecent" they called it. They were right. Where there is a will, there is a WALTZ.
Crosstown Vocal featuring Conrete
We are Crosstown Vocal, a co-ed a cappella group based right here in the Big Apple. We perform original arrangements of contemporary popular songs and have a ton of fun doing it!
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