Doors at 9PM
Advance $15 | At the Door $20
THE REVOLUTION is an emerging musical series that highlights artists and musicians that not only represent the core of independent pop culture in 2016 but who are standing in the breeding ground of an evolution within their genre.
As a part of VOL. 12, The Revolution will feature three incredible live performances from NYC based artists:
Rachel Angel | Slacker rock and alt country with an edge. Rachel Angel sings about the difficulties of standing up for yourself and believing in what you want to do. Angel is inspired by the likes of vintage country, 90s alternative, and talk-singing poet/songwriters. Angel churns out frantic lyrical poetries that roar through the gut and come out strong and resolute over swirling organs and weeping lap steels.
Angel released an EP “Revelations”, and has since formed a band with Brooklyn based musicians. The band just finished recording new work which will be released later this year.
Eda Wolf | Singer Dea Juris’ powerfully emotive vocals soar over the pounding drums and sparkling synths of producer FLWRS (Emiliano Flowerman), known for his work with FLWRS + Maralisa. Their first single, Slow Speed, finds the pair calmly observing the chaotic world around them as they focus on slowing down their own lives. The track originates from a one-off instrumental that Emiliano sent to Dea while she was traveling in the war-ridden Middle-East in January 2014. She wrote the lyrics while staying with her relatives, who struggle daily with the harsh realities of the Middle-East conflict. The duo could not let their dynamic collaboration end there, and immediately commenced work on their debut EP upon Dea’s return to Brooklyn.
Their debut project, the Slow Speed EP, was entirely written and produced in Bushwick, Brooklyn, at Emiliano’s home studio. Studio vocals were recorded at Staple Chest Studios and RAD Studios. The duo recruited the talents of Linton Smith (Trumpet) and Alex Pyle (Bass) to give their sound that irresistibly smooth and funky freshness.
The Slow Speed EP will enter the world January 28th via The Wild Honey Pie, with live dates scheduled throughout winter and spring.
Nuf Said | Based in New York City, Nuf Said has been bringing its unique musical recipe on tour to audiences around the world. Starting out in 2011 as a bunch of freelance musicians/friends coming from Romania, Austria and NYC, who wrote music and jammed together Nuf Said has since been featured on concerts, festivals, TV, and radio stations throughout the U.S.A, Europe, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
They released their second album “Rise” under Ropeadope Records in 2016, featuring the song “Sister” nominated for the American Songwriting Awards 2016.
“The music of Nuf Said is neither jazz nor funk nor soul nor rock. It’s all of it and more. This New York-based quintet taps into each of those styles and mixes them all together to create a groove-heavy, stirring brand of music that’s all its own.
[……]There may be a rhythm-centered aesthetic here, but you can’t pin down the deliciously omnidirectional approach of Nuf Said. There’s is a sound that abounds with many musical flavors and scents.” – Album “Rise” Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz