Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Free Concert: Numerous live performers, 81 Front Street, 3/3

Should be a good one. Just get there before 10 pm. c/o Brooklynartfair.com:
9:30 pm - Sister Anne - “Sister Anne are "soul-punk" fire-spitters, and pretty much Brooklyn's best approximation of Detroit. Sister Anne's somewhat unique take on garage might be the sum of the band's parts: bassist Leon Chase is a garage geek and soul record nerd from the Motor City, guitarist Michelle Primeaux-Lazarus is a classic shredder, and drummer Jeph Duarte is a feisty groove-punk. But it's vocalist Kitana, a.k.a. Pink Chocolate, who takes center stage--raised on gospel lick, embodying garage gnarl, and showcasing the best parts of her band's roughest edges. -Village Voice

10 pm - Not Blood, Paint - "Beyond the immersive physical theater, beyond the site-specific improv and pageantry NBP sound as much post-punk as post-prog, as much pastiche as parody, they are a guided tour through a minefield of ambitious, dynamic melodies and assorted guilty pleasures. Prog, imbued with humor; a tour-de-force of revisionist 70’s psychedelic adventurism, Not Blood Paint remind us that cocaine is one helluva drug." -Freewilliamsburg.com

10:30 pm - Clifton - “Clifton delivers thought-provoking songs throughout a theatrical performance, complete with backup singers, overhead projections and costumes conceptualized and made by himself and a gang of friends. -Zink Magazine

11 pm - The Brooklyn What? - “The borough's wildest sons have gotten together to reclaim the phrase "Brooklyn band" from their out-of-towner peers. Instead of gentrifiers with synthesizers, they became local heroes going back to basics with loud electric guitars, danceable rhythms, and the occasional love song, emulating the underdog charm of The Replacements and the wild idealism of The Clash.”

12 am - Violens - “Producer/multi-instrumentalist Jorge Elbrecht, also a member of the art company Lansing-Dreiden, formed Violens in late 2007 as an additional outlet for his songwriting. Iddo Arad (synth) and Myles Matheny (guitar) complete the vocal harmonies, and currently join Elbrecht at the core of the group’s sound. Now, after furthering their studio prowess with remixes (MGMT, The Very Best), runway scores (Patrik Ervell, Yigal Azrouel), and a seasonal mixtape series showcasing their influences and collaborators, Violens have completed their extraordinary debut album.” -Last.fm

1 am - Nebulla (of Code Of Arms, Dem Soul and Konkrete Jungle) -
“Hailing from New York City and already a longtime Jungle and Drum and Bass enthusiast, Nebulla has over the years refined his style with a clear dedication to mash-up genres. Nebulla started Code Of Arms Records in the summer of 2007. Los Angeles based label La Dubstep Nostra signed Nebulla and Dore in 2008 for their Czar Black Remix Gettin’ Doe which was released on vinyl along with tracks by Parson and 6blocc.”

2 am - Enoe (Background Sound, Code Of Arms, Amphibian) - NYC based DJ and Producer Enoe can be found at Code of Arms Records, Amphibian Records, and Background Sound.

3 am - M Panorama - M Panorama is a spaceage exoticista from Jupiter. She embodies the technicolour Lucite world of the Sixties, time-warped to the galactic future. In event of emergency, alarm will sound.

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