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She's All That: A '90s Prom Party ('90s Prom Attire Highly Encouraged!)

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10.26 Saturday ('90s Music)
She's All That: A '90s Prom Party ('90s Prom Attire Highly Encouraged!)
Featuring:
#All4Doras (Seattle's Only Boy Band Tribute)
DJ NisMode (Spinning 90s Party Jams)
$15 adv
8pm doors
21+

Nectar Lounge
412 N 36th St


We are taking it back to 1999 where Freddie Prinze Jr and Rachel Leigh Cook ruled the 90's Prom Scene. Ever wanted a chance to relive one of your favorite teen movie's prom scene? She's All That: A 90's Prom Party is your chance! DJ Duo NisMode spins all your favorite 90's Dance floor party tracks. Plus an exclusive performance from Seattle's Hottest Boy Band tribute #All4Doras!

Hear all your favorite 90's Pop jams from artists such as: Spice Girls, TLC, Christina Aguilera, Backstreet Boys, Usher, Britney Spears, Sisqo, NSYNC, Aqua, Madonna, Mariah Carey, En Vogue, Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston, Ace of Bass and much more!

#All4Doras - Seattle's 1st EVER "Tribute Boy Band"...Re-imagining live music performance with epic dance routines (Backstreet Boys + NSYNC) to your favorite boy bands while breaking girls hearts since 2013. They consist of 4 of the most unique, talented(ish) and ridiculous individuals ever assembled. Since bursting on the scene they’ve already played shows all over Seattle’s most famous venues and have played with many other notable artists including O-Town, Ryan Cabrera, Aaron Carter, Turquoise Jeep, and Wanz. If you go to an #ALL4DORAS show, one thing is for sure, you will never see anything like it! Join the madness, and become a #4Dorable while indulging your nostalgia!


Named for the smoldering crater left after a volcanic eruption, Caldera was written during a band retreat to rural Oregon, where Polyrhythmics embraced truly collaborative songwriting for the first time during a marathon session in the shadow of Mt. Hood (itself an active volcano). The resulting album is a blistering declaration from a band that's progressed beyond the sum of its influences to come fully into its own. From the downtempo, Afrobeat trance of "Stargazer" to the triumphantly anthemic, high-octane pump-up funk of "Marshmallow Man," Caldera is instrumental music at its best: emotional, evocative, mesmerizing. On "Cactus Blossoms," Polyrhythmics craft an eerie, retro gem straight out of a 70's film score, while the trippy effects and wah-wah guitar of "Goldie's Road" suggest a psychedelic journey (or perhaps a bad trip), and the shuffling "Vodka For My Goat" draws on Stax soul while hinting at BB King's merger of the blues and jazz. It's an eclectic collection, tied together by the melding of eight distinct musical voices coming together as a cohesive whole.


The record follows the Seattle band's stellar third album, Octagon, which earned them tour dates around the country along with plenty of critical acclaim. The Stranger dubbed Polyrhythmics a group to watch, hailing their "sophisticated slinkiness and expressive brassiness," while WNCW praised their "modern afro-psycho-beat blend," and the Seattle Times dubbed them "funk maestros." The band was invited to perform live on influential Seattle NPR station KEXP, shared bills with everyone from Snarky Puppy to Booker T, and played massive festival stages including Bumbershoot, High Sierra, and Vancouver International Jazz Fest.


Polyrhythmics are:

Ben Bloom: Guitars, Grant Schroff: Drums, Nathan Spicer: Keys. Lalo Bello: Percussion, Karl Olson: Percussion, Jason Gray: Bass, Scott Morning: Trumpet, Elijah Clark: Trombone, Art Brown: Sax and Flute


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