Nublu 13- Davi Vieira's Forro & More
Telepath, DJ Greg Caz
62 Ave C.
Between 4th and 5th Streets
New York, NY, 10009
This event is 21 and over
Music is a collective language. It can bring a sense of community among strangers, regardless of language, nationality, or beliefs. It can provide the listener an environment for creative thought and unrestrained emotion. It can manifest the beauty of people and cultures who may be thousands of miles apart. The music of Telepath strives to do all of this. Formed in 2006 and hailing from Philadelphia PA via Asheville NC, Telepath is a unique new expression in the current live and electronic music scenes. The 3-piece comprised of keyboards, bass and drums use a wide variety of self-created samples containing Indian and Arabic singers and musicians, Afrobeat-influenced horn lines, dubbed-out effects, and much more to generate the multi-layered sound that is Telepath. With the release of their second album Contact, Telepath continues the development of a loyal and ever-growing fan base, as well as their commitment to creating a positive and inspiring environment both on record, and in live performance. Contact (2008) is available on iTunes and CD Baby. The digital-only EP The Remixes (2007) is available on iTunes. The debut album, Fire One (2006), is available on iTunes, and CD Baby.
DJ Greg Caz
One-half of the Brazilian Beat Brooklyn team that has been holding down Sundays at BK's Black Betty for 6 years, and is responsible for those "Baile Funk 1 & 2" mix CDs some of you may have purchased. Or maybe those "Viva O Samba" and "Soul Of Samba-Rock" CDs. Others may know me from my longtime Wednesday night residency at Nublu in the East Village alongside Forro In The Dark. Others still may have encountered me in the decade-plus I've been plying New York venues with the choicest funk + soul + reggae + Latin + jazz + rock + etc + etc + etc.... For what I'm "about," see the Music entry primarily. For what I'm "about" in a different sense, it's all about good vibes and spreading love. But I'd make a lousy hippie despite that sincere statement, not just because of my excellent hygiene habits, but also because of my sharp awareness of the world we live in and my utter, cynical disgust at the follies of mankind.