Plunge NYC

Oct
29
Sun, 29 October 2017 // 06:00 PM
Bowery Poetry, 308 Bowery, NYC (map)

Plunge NYC brings you these four artists::

TACUMA BRADLEY Tacuma Bradley, Brooklyn bred saxophonist/composer, is no stranger to diversity and the fusion of cultures. Having musician parents of Japanese and African-American descent, he heard a lot of different kinds of music growing up and started playing at a young age. Nowadays, Tacuma fuses Jazz, Hip-Hop, and other music of the African Diaspora, to create what he likes to call "sophisticated groove music". For this performance, Tacuma will be using a Loop Machine to conjure up rhythms and spirits of the past, present, and future.

SOL LIEBESKIND Sol Liebeskind was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and trained as a vocalist in Jazz, Blues, and Soul music. She released her first solo album entitled “Soul Life Music Love” in 2011 and “Building Bridges” in 2016. Sol also recorded and collaborated with Hip Hop Artists from Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Argentina (Bocafloja, Hache ST, GAS LAAB, and Emanero). Currently residing in New York City, she’s been performing at prestigious Jazz and Pop venues in New York City, Buenos Aires, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and London over the past 8 years. (Thelonious Club, Notorious Club, Boris Club, Ciudad Cultural Konex, Teatro General San Martín, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Anfiteatro Parque Centenario, among others);(Rockwood Music Hall, Pianos, LIC Summer Concerts, Cornelia Street Cafe, C’mon Everybody, Club Bonafide, The Lively, etc) ; (Trinity Hip Hop Festival), (Sweetwater Music Hall) and (The Bedford). She was also part of Buenos Aires’ International Jazz Festival 3 times (2011, 2014 and 2015), and at the Trinity College Hip Hop Music Festival in Philadelphia (2015).

AGUSTIN URIBURU Agustin Uriburu is a NYC based Argentinian Cellist, Guitarist, Composer, and Arranger and graduated from the National University of the Arts (Universidad Nacional de las Artes) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has performed with renowned projects in Jazz, Tango, Classical, World Music and theater music and toured in the US, South Korea, Colombia, Costa Rica and performed in the most outstanding concert halls in Argentina and New York City. He has played at renowned venues in NY such as Minton's, Joe's Pub, Rockwoowd Music Hall, National Sawdust, 92Y, C'mon Everybody, Cornelia St. Cafe. He collaborated with the prolific Jazz Pianist, Leo Genovese; legendary former Piazzolla and Pugliese bandoneonist, Daniel Binelli; and the Astoria Tango Orchestra featuring Pablo Aslan in double-bass.

JON BRAMAN Jon Braman started out writing rap songs about love and politics and playing them on a baritone ukulele he found in the trash. Then he taught his songs to a band and played them in DC and NYC at venues like the Shrine, Rockwood, Gramercy Theatre, the Knitting Factory, and for years cohosted the monthly superhero-music-collective-showcase-jam known as the Melting Pot at Pianos. He's been the resident songwriter for a weekly arts and culture show on WBAI, and he has recorded three albums and a couple music videos. For the Plunge he's got a new concept called "drum machine", which involves no machines and no drummers but will involve rap songs about love and politics and maybe bicycles.

Suggested donation $10, and 100% goes to performers.