Wednesday 01.28.14 - Tipsy Oxcart 10pm - Ayal Tsubery 9pm - Adam Maalouf 8pm

(10:00pm) Tipsy Oxcart plays electric, sweaty, bumpin’ Balkan music, channeling the spirit of 36 hour weddings to keep the crowds dancing until the sun comes up. Serving up originals and fresh, upbeat arrangements of urban dance tunes, the band deviously infuses the sounds of South-Eastern Europe with elements of jazz, funk, and more. Dig naughty violin solos, atomic accordion grooves, freak-me-out clarinet, and the baddest rhythm section this side of the Mediterranean. NY Music Daily warns, "If you’re not already among the converted, this music will leave you insatiable for more.” A party with Tipsy Oxcart is guaranteed to shake the dance floor all night long!
(9:00pm) Ayal Tsubery's group features a fine blend of traditions rooted in Jazz, Israeli folk, African \ Middle Eastern grooves, and oldschool gritty Rock n'roll. The compositions are based on a strong, sophisticated rhythmic foundations, rich harmonies, and singable melodies, all driven by Ayal's unique style of bass-playing.
(8:00pm) Of Lebanese-American descent, Adam began making music at the age of 3. After experiencing a gamut of instrumental training that included an intense classical education on the cello, Adam's eyes were opened to the infinite world of percussion. Through drumming in a variety of styles from around the world, Adam is a "common thread" between the musical cultures of the East and West. As a specialist in "Cross-Cultural" percussion, Adam produces his own music fusing World Percussion, Cello, Marimba and Electronics.
$10 Suggested Donation.
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