Anemoia is a song based, groove centered Trio made up of Armando Lopez, Andres Ferret, and Aaron Lebos. The band was born through improvisations caught on voice notes, then later transcribed into recorded song. The band in their first year has been lucky to have performed several exciting shows including: A sold out album release show (official ground up pre-party), Nudeco Ensemble’s live streamed collaborative suite of the band’s original music, and opening for legends John Medeski, Skerik, and Stanton Moore at another sold out show in Miami. They have also been remixed by Miami greats, Afrobeta.
A trio featuring Mike Dillon (Ricki Lee Jones, Ani DiFranco, Les Claypool) on vibraphone, marimba, Prophet 6, congas, and bongos, Brian Haas (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey) on Fender Rhodes, piano, bass Moog and melodica and Nikki Glaspie (Beyonce, Nth Power) on drums, cymbals and vocals, Punkadelick is the unified vision of six hands creating a world that often sounds like the work of an ensemble three times the size. During 2020 and 2021, while many music venues were still shuttered, the group began touring, sweating their way through cuts Dillon and Haas had composed during quarantine writing sessions. Locking in on stage, it quickly became clear the band was functioning at a level that made the hair on their arms stand at attention—even for three live music veterans accustomed to life on the road.
Sam Fribush is bring his animal holiday show tha can’t be missed to Flat Iron! Get your tickets now!Keyboardist Sam Fribush is on the frontlines of the Hammond organ revival. His debut release, the SF Organ Trio, was produced by Charlie Hunter and recorded over quarantine in North Carolina. Fribush became a member of Hiss Golden Messenger in 2021. Currently based in Greensboro, NC, Fribush has brought his fonky, soulful vibe home to the town where he was born and raised.
A screening of Night Of The Living Dead with a live soundtrack provided by Modern Robot.
Electric Kif are a Miami-based power quartet that explore the boundaries between rock, jazz fusion and electronic drum & bass. Made up of bassist Rodrigo Zambrano, keyboardist Jason Matthews, drummer Armando Lopez and guitarist Eric Escanes, Electric Kif have garnered attention of the live music scene for their eclectic take on groove and their own brand of ‘post-nuclear music’. Within the past year, they released their 4th full length LP ‘DREAMLIKE’ featuring international heavy hitters Aaron Parks & Chris Bullock of Snarky Puppy. Their latest stand alone single ‘ACTUAL PROOF’(https://orcd.co/streamactualproof) is a special collaboration with Adam Deitch (Lettuce, Break the Science) and a nod to their inspiration Herbie Hancock.They have performed with Snarky Puppy, Jojo Mayer/Nerve, Stanley Jordan, Ghost Note, Adam Deitch, Cory Henry, Roosevelt Collier, Tauk, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, The Motet, Marco Benevento, and more.
Keyboardist Sam Fribush is on the frontlines of the Hammond organ revival. His debut release, the SF Organ Trio, was produced by Charlie Hunter and recorded over quarantine in North Carolina. Recently, Fribush became a member of Hiss Golden Messenger and will be touring with Sumbuck in 2023. Currently based in Greensboro, NC, Fribush has brought his fonky, soulful vibe home to the town where he was born and raised.
Eli is a multi-instrumentalist who grew up in Greensboro, NC and received a Bachelor in Music from Loyola University in New Orleans. He specializes in saxophone and music production. Eli began playing drums at age 6 along side his talented brother. After discovering hip-hop and neo-soul, Eli began to develop a unique identity on the saxophone. He is currently working on his first full length album and continues to work with many different artists, including Charlie Hunter and Joe Troop.w/ Mystic Syndicate’s debut performance!
Scottish Fish present a fresh take on traditional and contemporary Scottish and Cape Breton music. Their lively and unique arrangements are woven together from session music handed down from generations of the tradition’s finest players, many of whom they have had the opportunity to share the stage with. These 5 young women have a very long and unique history, starting the band on their own accord at the ages of 8-11, and still together over 10 years later. Now in their late teens and early 20s, their intense chemistry is clear in their performances and music. You won’t be able to keep your toes from tapping and hands from clapping, especially when experiencing their arrangements live.
That Other Band is an instrumental experiment led by bassist/composer Wood Robinson of Mipso, featuring guitar by Mario Arnez (Blue Cactus), keyboards by Charles Cleaver, percussion by Yan Westerlund (Quetico), trombone by Danny Grewen, and woodwinds by Danny Abrams.This concert will be performed as a trio, featuring Robinson on bass, Cleaver on keys, and Westerlund on drums.
Keyboardist Sam Fribush is on the frontlines of the Hammond organ revival. His debut release, the SF Organ Trio, was produced by Charlie Hunter and recorded over quarantine in North Carolina. Recently, Fribush became a member of Hiss Golden Messenger. Currently based in Greensboro, NC, Fribush has brought his fonky, soulful vibe home to the town where he was born and raised.