Just outside the jazz mecca of Kansas City springs liberal oasis Lawrence, Kansas—separated only by the waves of wheat from the epicenter of the electronic music revolution in Colorado. From Lawrence, it would logically follow that an act could rise to prominence fueled by the swing of Basie, the birth of Charlie Parker’s bebop, and the wild frontier of electronica. Born in funk and bred in the digital age, live electronic duo The Floozies have burst onto the scene at a time when the industry needed them the most.

Brothers Matt and Mark Hill share the stage just as easily as they share a musical brain. Without a setlist, and without a word between them, Matt’s guitar is in lockstep with the thud of Mark’s kick. Endless looping and production builds the raw scenery upon which palm muted chugs, searing solos, and wobbling bass paint their dazzling array of colors.

Well versed in everything from Chris Cornell to Kavinsky, the sonic vision shared by the brothers eschews contemporary electronic influences in favor of broader, deeper tastes including Zapp & Roger, Lettuce, and Amon Tobin. That wide-angle view of a century of popular music allows the Hills to remix Toto and The Dead—in the music you can hear reverence for the giants of the past, all the while producing wildly futuristic tunes for the masses to dig now.

When the pendulum swung as far as it could away from live instrumentation to laptops, The Floozies rose up to the challenge, swinging as hard as they could in the other direction with neck-snapping, knee-breaking funk so dirty that the gatekeepers stood up, wiped themselves off, and took notice. A bold live show full of sonic exploration and unbreakably deep pocket grooves has landed the brothers on stage with luminaries of the jam world Umphrey’s McGee as readily as electronic elites GRiZ and Big Gigantic. Sold out shows in major markets, and huge festival appearances at Electric Forest, Wakarusa, and Summercamp have cemented the duo’s ascent, while headlining tours across the country and festival appearances at SnowGlobe and Rainbow Serpent Festival in Australia dot the horizon.

The Floozies are bringing the funk back, and they’re right on time.

Late Night Radio

Late Night Radio, is more than just a name its an idea. Bringing together energy & emotion Alex Medellin not only moves dance floors but imaginations. His deep admiration for early soul, funk & jazz results in an eclectic fusion which brings together everything from hard bass, to hip hop drums and organic instrumentation. After the release of his debut ep Concrete Collage in December of 2012 LNR has been steadily working his way up the scene with no intentions of looking back. LNR has showcased his sets comprised of originally produced tracks at well know Colorado venues Ogden Theater, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Hodis Halfnote, and others sharing the stage with artists from Michal Menert and Griz, to Two Fresh and Mux Mool. With the concept of no restrictions Alex has a constantly evolving sound and hunger for something new, so keep your mind and ears open for Late Night Radio.

$23.00 - $38.00


These tickets are available via Eventbrite.

Advance $23
Day of Show $25
Door $28
Mezzanine (21+) $38

No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!

Support acts are subject to change without notice!

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