Nublu 151

9pm

Gengis Don Presents: "The Takeover" 

9pm Secret Mall

10:30pm Gengis Don & The Empire

Midnight: Alina Engibaryan

9pm

Dyme A Duzin

J Words

Maassai

Felt & Known

Jadalareign

10:30pm

La Mecanica Popular (Psychadelic Salsa)

Stefa (Latin American Experimental Pop)

Sonido Chichadelico (Chicha DJ Set)

10pm & Midnight

Producer Nights with Ray Angry 

and The Council of Goldfinger

 

@MisterGoldfinger007 #RayAngryOne 

8pm - 2am LayeRhythm

A jam session of music and dance

Hosted by: Malik Work

8pm

ParlorsBrendan Fletcher 

 

10:30pm - 4am

Hamam Series V

7pm (Doors) 

The Comet Is Coming

Ticket

 

10pm & Midnight 

Producer Nights with Ray Angry 

and The Council of Goldfinger

 

@MisterGoldfinger007 #RayAngryOne 

Nublu 62

9pm

Yes we're open!

8pm

No Cream Just Sugar

 

9pm & 11pm

Forro at Nublu

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian tracks

9pm & 10pm

David Dominique Ensemble (7 piece)

"Mask" Album Release

with Adam Schatz & Ryan Sawyer's Duo

10pm

33 Grand Music Presents:
Jaymarc

Gian-Paul

KC & DeBease

9pm

Nicky Barbato Project 

ft. Tony Mason - Drums

Chris Anderson - Bass

Nicky Barbato - Guitar & Composer

10pm

Fear and Loathing on Ave C

9pm & 11pm (Doors 8:30pm)

Forro at Nublu

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian tracks

New Album Out!

 

It’s 2015 and Earth is on fire.

The Four Horseman have saddled up for the rodeo and Hell hath frozen over. War. Extreme weather.

Famine. Mass migration. Terrorism. Social media…

 

Our world is fucked and we know it.

 

Enter Cometa;

A new musical endeavor from Rio Di Janeiro, Brasil. 

Cometa just may be the antidote to the rising dread that you may be feeling from hyper-modern living.

 

At the helm of Cometa is the musical oddity known simply as “Kassin.”

While Cometa may be a new name to punters,

Kassin is no stranger to the industry.  He has enjoyed a fruitful and inspired career.

Garnering praise and glowing reviews from even the most snobbish North American online magazines.

Instrumental music is notoriously difficult for North American audiences to warm to.

In the words of a famed rock drummer from Seattle once said,

“black people dance to the rhythm, white people dance to the lyrics.” 

The debut album by Cometa is a prime example of how Kassin’s songwriting effortlessly glides 

between genres and cultures alike.  

 

Ok, now let’s down to the cock and bollocks of what Cometa brings to the table. 

 

Cometa’s music inhabits a space in a parallel netherworld. 

Imagine the virtual landscapes of both “The Truman Show” and “The Sims”

with the steely twang of a guitar from a Spaghetti Western film.

The laid-back but energetic attitude of Surf Rock, and the sleaze of late ’60’s Italian pulp cinema.

You could easily listen to this while exploring the Grand Canyon,

cruising the Italian coastline with your 1960’s yellow,

Fiat convertible, or waiting for that perfect wave at Jaws, Maui.

 

Tonight, as you turn on CNN, do not fret. 

We’re all fucked anyway, you might as well make the most of your puny,

insignificant little life while you still have it.  

 

Shit, I think I see a mushroom cloud…

Better whip up another Capirinha and give this new Cometa record a spin.

It’s the end, but I’m feeling fine.  You will too.      

Track List: 

1- Jogada Senil

2- Marini Squad

3- Super Machine

4- Leilah

5- Police Affair

6- Double Dip

7- Antenna

8- Ashes

9- Troy

10- Liquid Jesus

11- Bad Weather

 

 

iTunes Link:  

Cometa - Cometa

 

 

 

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