Nublu 151

TBA

TBA

8pm

BGB presents;

Nu Underground

10pm 

L'effrontee

 

RSVP: info@leffrontee.nyc

9pm

Rene Lopez

A Bronx native raised on salsa, whose dad played trumpet in Tipica 73, is creating waves with his “electric Latin soul” music, which blends boogaloo, Latin soul, rock, hip hop, and RnB.

8pm

LPR presents;

Talisco

 

7pm

LPR Presents at Nublu:

Deva Mahal

A genre defying artist born with blues in her blood, being the daughter of blues icon Taj Mahal, draws on personal experience to express the pain of adversity & strength to challenge racial, physical, & gender stereotypes in her vulnerable explorations of resonant emotion & empowerment anthems.

Nublu 62

10pm-4am

Petar's Art Night:

Bad, Sex & Breakfast

w/ Patrick Dunn and friends

Radio Night: playing music

from all good radio stations

TBA

10pm & 1am

Forro at Nublu

w/ Davi Vieira, Mauro Refosco,

Felipe Hostins, Jake Owen

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian Tracks

8:30pm - 4am

Psychaudio

Crust

Electic Red

Poisoned Apples and Leaking Rubbers

10pm - Filip Bulatovich Fusion Quartet

Jason Arce - Sax

Max Gerl - Bass

Jonathan Barber - Drums

Filip Bulatovich - Piano

 

Midnight & 2am

Welf Dorr Unit

9pm 

Hocation 

Hosted by: DJ Valentin Lamar & DJ Boston Chery

Starring: Keiya, Bridget Perez, Chazz Giovanni

Free before 11pm 

Calibro 35 delivers the funk, once again! New album out now on Nublu!

Is it possible for a band to sound so Italian and not-so-Italian at the same time? It might be surprising that an instrumental band like Calibro 35 has become one of the biggest Italian alternative acts in just few short years. The band, whose previous work was highlighted in Wax Poetics mag as “Italian soundtrack funk that sounds like Goblin recording at Stax,” have played major venues and festivals across Italy and other parts of Europe, with several trips playing the States as well. It was right after SXSW 2011 that the band stopped in New York for a week to create their new album, ‘Any Resemblance to Real Persons or Actual Facts is Purely Coincidental’ was recorded during a 5-day period at the well-known Brooklyn Recording and Mission Sound Studios. The result is a cinematic vibe with flavors of afro-funk, jazz, Motown sound and their signature Ennio Morricone and Piero Umiliani style compositions which makes this record so uniquely Italian and not Italian at the same time. 

 

Any Resemblance to Real Persons or Actual Facts Is Purely Coincidental - Calibro 35