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Vic and the People
Vic is an Australian musician, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. It was during his early high school years that he learned to play the guitar. At the age of 18 Vic formed the funk rock group, The People, with three fellow high school friends. As the front man of the people, Vic was able to showcase his flair for performance, and his strength as a lead singer, effortlessly exhibiting his exceptional vocal range and a unique blend of a sensually husky, yet soulful tone, that can convey a range of emotions in just one line. His music is addictively danceable while maintaining an almost rock like groove and attitude.
City of the Sun
City of the Sun was formed in 2011 in New York City. COS is made up of lead guitarist John Pita, rhythm guitarist Avi Snow, and percussionist Zach Para.
They gained an earnest following during their early days playing local bars and on the streets of downtown Manhattan. City’s distinctly eclectic sound is a mélange of flamenco, blues, and folk rock. Smooth tones, driving rhythms, and fluid melodies are accompanied by technical flourishes that captivate audiences.
Clay Charles, née Orlando Napier, found his voice late in the game, at the age of twenty. His father Hugo, a tenor sax, was the main catalyst and the other, the music of Ray Charles. Together, father and son roped together a fiendish soul/r&b outfit with Orlando at the helm. The band gained a loyal following in Los Angeles, his sharp lyrics and almost-possessed performance style lured soul music aficionados out of a mostly soulless city. Now, based out of New York, he’s absorbing the mayhem and regurgitating it out through a Lewitt mic.
Beagle’s aren’t usually funky but this one is! Boy Beagle has a catalog of rare sonic obscurities that are hidden in the archives of the 70’s, 80’s and modern post-disco tracks. He began his ascent in the DJ world by becoming a regular at the infamous “Den Parties” (Revolver) in the Melbourne underground music scene…yes all the way from Australia!
Since his arrival in New York Boy Beagle has played residencies all over the scene, but Boy Beagle don’t like nothing better than a street/park jam.