Cocktail Party Phenomenon
Mother's Wine, Catullus, Philadelphia Funk Hustle
2639 Poplar St
Philadelphia, PA, 19130
This event is 21 and over
Cocktail Party Phenomenon
Cocktail Party Phenomenon is a five-piece progressive/jam/fusion band based in Voorhees, New Jersey.
Featured in Relix Magazine's "On The Rise" section after just a year together, the guys of CPP have come together from varying musical backgrounds to produce a unique, mature sound covering any and every genre.
In their short time together, they have been praised for their complex compositions interwoven with skillfully dynamic improvisations, and spot-on covers.
"Dutch Guts " was featured in the January/February 2011 Relix Magazine CD sampler along side Gregg Allman and Keller Williams. They are currently recording their first full length LP to be released in Summer 2011.
Described by the Moon itself as an audial interpretation of Jackson Pollock splattering the energies of Isis and Dionysus into a synesthetic mandala animated by the rhythms of an eclectic mix of influences.
Catullus is an up and coming, genre defying band surfacing out of the Philadelphia music scene. Comprised of five talented musicians with a drive to create more than music, Catullus aims to ignite a vibe that makes each experience and show special. Each member brings something unique to the table resulting in the end product; an unparalleled sound!
Philadelphia Funk Hustle
Philadelphia Funk Hustle (PFH) can be described as an experimental group that blends many different modern styles of dance music. Ranging from Funk to Reggae, Rock to Electronica, their music focuses solely on providing a highly danceable groove for the audience, while also exploring the art of improvisation. Most of all, PFH loves to share their positive energy and fun vibes with the audience to create a perfect environment for a kick ass time!
Philadelphia Funk Hustle has shared the stage with many touring acts including Papadosio, Dopapod, Particle, Orgone, Perpetual Groove at venues such as The Blockley, The Hard Rock Cafe, and World Cafe Live.
Upon listening, you may start to feel your feet move or bob your head to the super funky beats you are hearing. This is a common occurance when listening to PFH and is very natural. The best way to cure these symptoms is to stand up and dance like crazy until you feel completely satisfied.
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