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Mr. Something Something, Blue Mundae

Fri. August 15th 2008 10:00 pm Lucky Bar (No Minors) 10:00 pm
Tickets at: Lyles Place, Ditch Records & Cds,
Mr. Something Something represents four years of composing, performing, risk-taking, improving and ultimately mobilizing the original vision of founding members Larry Graves [drums/percussion] and John MacLean [saxophone/voice]. 20 years of playing, studying and traveling passed before these two childhood friends settled on the unbeatable dance rhythms of Nigeria, Senegal, Mali and Ghana as the most natural gathering place for the elements that would ultimately make up the Mr. Something Something sound.

Mr. Something Something (Afro-beat / Funk / Jazz)

Better put on your most scorch-proof dancing shoes before you check out this red-hot sextet from Toronto. The newest rage in Afrobeat, Mr. Something Something have taken the indigenous instruments and primal dance rhythms of Nigeria, Senegal, Mali and Ghana and then added jazz-based improvisations and western instruments. The resulting explosion of... more info
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Blue Mundae (soft jazz to people on crank)

On the band’s debut EP, Home Stereo, the acoustic rock quartet refreshingly changes things up, often within the same song. Staying away from the generic song layout, it never sacrifices a strong melody or hook. From the djembe-and-cello laden “Our Minds Think Too Quick” to the more aggressive “Different Chapter” and near Celtic folk of ... more info
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