Saint Mela "Night Ringa" Release Party

C'mon Everybody presents:

Saint Mela "Night Ringa" Release Party

Zenizen, KNEW, Sha Savage (DJ)

Sat · August 5, 2017

8:00 pm (event ends at 10:30 pm)

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Saint Mela
Saint Mela
Saint Mela is a D.I.Y. indie-pop three-piece based in NYC. Created in 2014 by Steven Dewey (production, keys) and Wolf Weston (lead vocals, lyrics), Saint Mela's experimental live set and style-bending sound has drawn comparisons to artists across genres. Saint Mela cultivates a raw and striking live performance that swings an audience through every emotion possible, only made stronger with the addition and energy of drummer Jason MacDermott. Well-known for utilizing sets to test things out on an audience, (be it new music, images, or spoken word), they always offer a viewer something different and exciting. With a penchant for innovative found-sounds, inventive melodies and harmonies, and a wide range of influences between the three core members, Saint Mela aims to keep listeners dancing, feeling, and engaged while working on their debut release for 2018.
Zenizen was created by Opal Hoyt who was born in Alaska and raised between Vermont, Jamaica, Washington DC and Brooklyn. She found herself infatuated with writing songs and creating musical landscapes with an emphasis on all things soulful. Since heading to Australia for the second time to write/record the band's debut EP, she has been back in New York simultaneously playing shows and working on the band's "vaguely seasonal" full-length album--due in 2017. Minnie Riperton, Mariah Carey, and London Nu-jazz is where she came from and ended up. She is committed to modern psychedelia, poetry, and groove.
Black Feminist Thought + Hip Hop
Sha Savage (DJ)
Sha Savage is a Brooklyn-based DJ, visual artist and entrepreneur committed to exploring new modes of contemporary art & music and it's relationship to the public. She has performed at various cultural events throughout city over the years and hopes to continue to provide a platform for those seeking a fun, inclusive and creative environment for all to enjoy.
Venue Information:
C'mon Everybody
325 Franklin Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11238