tubafresh residency with Kid in the Attic, Tina Hanaé, #1 Kid, Decibelists

C'mon Everybody presents:

tubafresh residency with Kid in the Attic, Tina Hanaé, #1 Kid, Decibelists

Kid in the Attic, Tina Hanae, #1 Kid, Decibelists

Tue · August 29, 2017

8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

tubafresh
tubafresh
Sing-song melodies and orchestral strings lying somewhere between RnB, folk and hip-hop creates the organic sounds of tubafresh. As the bandleader and emcee for Brooklyn based PitchBlak Brass Band, Chanell Crichlow explores new ideas and compositional styles with viola, trumpet and drums.
Kid in the Attic
Kid in the Attic
Maia Macdonald & friends. New record out spring/summer 2017.
Tina Hanae
Tina Hanae
tïna-hanäé is the name of 25-year old, bay-area by way of miami-transplant­­––and roughly translates to “we are in the process of blooming.”

t-h performs as a four piece band – with synth, sampler, violin, cello, and a taiko drum.

t-h is currently working on a first E.P. a vision of ecofuturism that aspires toward a visible, accessible, critically hopeful future @ the intersection of ecological x social realms.

tïna-hanäé has played at venues including Mercury Lounge, Silent Barn, Cake Shop, Pine Box Rock Shop, and Bar Le Ritz PDB, sharing the stage with acts like Japanese Breakfast, Shea Diamond, Dark Matter, and Avi Buffalo.
#1 Kid
#1 Kid
#1 Kid is a lovely group of gents who play the chamber- bounce, bathroom dance music of Adam Dotson. An offshoot of the indie pop/ afro-beat group Rubblebucket, #1 Kid is in its first year of life and has recently released their debut recording; an EP called Boytones produced by #1 Kid/Rubblebucket guitarist Ian Hersey. It has been called "provocative" and "cute" and "fun". Also "sick". "Great music to dance to or go to the bathroom to!"
Decibelists
Decibelists
emma alabaster & leo ferguson

artists, activists, organizers, educators.
nyc born and raised.

with:

oracle banya
hannah temple
theo baer
seradin veonne

pro-struggle.
pro-dancing.
pro-sweetness.
pro-liberation.
Venue Information:
C'mon Everybody
325 Franklin Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11238
http://www.cmoneverybody.com/