Nublu 151

Paris Jazz Club Presents: 

French Quarter
Jazz in New York & Montreal 2019

Enzo Carniel & House of Echo

Bibi Tanga & The Selenites

Jacques Schwartz-Bart

11pm & 1am

Hess is More

Unique instrumentation and unorthodox arrangements, comginging elements of jazz, electronica, Scandinavian folk, soundtrack music and classic pop in a playfully melodic and decidedly humorous sensibility.

Ticket

8pm 

8pm Jessica Ackerley

8:40pm Xander Naylor Sound Machine

w/ Elijah Shiffer, Nicholas Jozwiak, Raphael Pannier

9:30pm Louis de Mieulle

w/ Eitan Kenner, Renato Diz, Raphael Pannier

Ticket

8pm

The Ethnic Heritage Ensemble "Be Known" Concert & Record Release Party!

Nublu 62

9pm 

Cheiftet

11pm

Forrobodo NY Festival

Trio Little Birds & Guests

Beto Camara, Sarah Dias, Asher Coelho, Leandro Braga, Ian Ruas and Heather Cole

Dodo Orchestra (Maria Sokolovsky & Dmitry Sokolovsky)

Ticket

10pm - 4am

Fear and Loathing on Ave C

9pm

KILTER

w/ Laurent David: Bass

Ed Rosenberg III: Sax

Dan Weiss: Drums

 

10pm - 4am

DJ King Richard Presents: Soulful Science 

All Vinyl! All Night!

8pm

Pete's Free Jazz

Vijay Anderson, Sarah Bernstein, Aya Mendoza, Adam Lane, Aron Namenwirth, Eric Plaks, Sean Conly, Leonid Galaganov

Retrograde

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

Forro at Nublu

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian tracks

 

9pm 

Yes we're open!

11pm 

Underground Horns Holiday Party!

Afro, funk, latin, jazz brass band! Music for the people!

TB66 - August 6, 2016

 

TB66 is a live performance based out of NYC. Thier debut album "Moscow Rush" was released in 2015 and it has been the backbone for the groups uprising. TB66 consists of Takuya Nakamura aka Space Tak, a producer who lives in Brooklyn NY. He mixes minimal jazz, house, and techno to create soul and space music. The real madness comes when he unleashes his analog synths to run wild and capture the audiences attention. This is where Brandon Lewis aka B-Riddimz holds down the fierce rhythms and drums. Brandon moved to NY in 2009 where he met Takuya at the Collective School of Music in 2011. The two were part of an electronic music course taught by bass player John Davis and when they first played together there was a glue that held them on the cutting edge. They have only just begun to share their music onto the scene and will continue to play around the world in these upcoming years. They do a very good job at party maintenance while retaining an extreme amount of musical spirituality. 

 

 

 

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