Eclipse Season Concert featuring
Lady Moon & The Eclipse + People's Champs + Kala and The Lost Tribe
Mention "Bowling Special" to receive half off your lane from 6pm-close, Buy one, get one apps all night!
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Lady Moon & The Eclipse
Lady Moon & The Eclipse, the Brooklyn-based multicultural collective known for its soaring vocal textures and R&B influences, celebrates launching their 7th eclipse season tour with an uplifting concert, recognizing the celestial alignment of the Sun, Earth, and Moon. The concert will feature local stars of Brooklyn; People's Champs and Kala and The Lost Tribe embodying nourishment, excitement, and alignment in the Mind, Body, and Soul.
People's Champs combines the hottest dance rhythms from West Africa and South America with New Wave synth tones, crafting them into indie songs with Stevie Wonder-esque lyrics. With their "crazy ass genre mash ups" (Blakbook), People's Champs' truly original sound is equal parts Sharon Jones, tUnE-yArDs, Os Mutantes, William Onyeabor and Prince. Critics are calling People’s Champs a “A dance party waiting to happen” (Consequence of Sound) and "...somewhere between Budos Band & the Flaming Lips" (Deli Magazine).
With feet placed equally in Brooklyn’s thriving indie rock community and it’s renowned retro funk & soul scene, bandleader Alex Asher founded People’s Champs inspired by the idea that music is for everyone: They creatively deliver a unique blend of powerful lyrics and danceable rhythms that relate to people from all walks of life. After rocking big events at Celebrate Brooklyn!, Lincoln Center, The Guggenheim Museum and The MoMA, countless NYC underground parties, and a multiple-year monthly residency at Brooklyn creative music hotspot Barbès, People's Champs released their first full-length album — “American Dreamers” — on boutique Brooklyn label 3rd Generation Recordings in 2015.
Kala and The Lost Tribe
Arianna "Kala" Brame is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, poet, MC and teacher based in Brooklyn, NY. Trained in classical and jazz piano at Westminster Conservatory and Sarah Lawrence College, Kala is also a student of percussion, West African and Afro Latin drumming. The Lost Tribe is the host of ancestors and spirit allies that walk with and guide us –artistically and practically- in day-to-day life. To honor The Lost Tribe is to acknowledge, invoke and celebrate ancestral presence and support. Kala and The Lost Tribe have performed at such NYC venues as Baby's Alright, The Bowery Electric, National Sawdust and Blue Note's Late Night Groove Series.
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