NYC: 9/25 SAT: Afro-Dub Sessions @ Rose feat. DJ AFRO-MARC and SUPER HI-FI

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edited September 2010 in Announcements

Sound Liberation Front + The BRMG + buhbOmp presents:

Sounds of the Rhythm R(evolution)

SATURDAY | 25 SEP 2010
(and every last Saturday of the month)
10p-4a | NO COVER | No dress code

@ Rose Live Music
345 Grand Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
- Between Marcy Ave. and Havemeyer St. in Williamsburg
- G/L train to Lorimer or the L to Bedford)

maps: google | hopstop | yahoo

/// This month???s party will feature DJ AFRO-MARC, renowned for his two popular online outlets, The Afrobeat Blog ( and The Afro-Marc Podcast (, where he has been spreading his love and knowledge of African music and all things funky. Afro-Marc has promoted and spun at parties featuring some of the area???s best African-inspired music artists such as Chico Mann, Superhuman Happiness, Ikebe Shakedown, and Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble. As a writer, he has interviewed African legends Tony Allen, Salif Keita and Femi Kuti, as well as newer African-inspired artists Bajah and the Dry Eye Crew and Antibalas, among others. He also covers world music as a regular contributor to The Huffington Post.

As it does every month, Afro-Dub Sessions will also feature a pair of live performances by resident band SUPER HI-FI, which has been packing the house with their creative melding of Afrobeat, Dub, live remixing and special guest appearances. The five-piece collective features members of Aphrodesia, Slavic Soul Party, The Superpowers, and the Blue Man Group.

SLF???s resident DJs LINH and Q-MASTAH will bring their diverse musical selections to the turntables to round out the night.

And of course, the party is FREE all night long. ///


( The Afrobeat Blog, The Afro-Marc Podcast )

w/ resident live Afro-Dub band:

( Super Hi-Fi on Facebook )

and SLF residents:

[[ DJ LINH ]]
[[ Q-MASTAH ]]

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SOUND LIBERATION FRONT is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization devoted to the power of music as a socially liberating and unifying cultural force. More importantly, we want to liberate your ass on the dancefloor. Our previous productions include the Sound Liberation Festival '09 in Brooklyn and the Soundlib parties at Moe's in Fort Greene.

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