FootsXColes, Dawkins, Saba Abraha, Stclaire Castro, OG Lullabies, OPAL, Dreamcast, Lundazi
Fri, September 15, 2017
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
$1.00 per ticket will be donated to City Blossoms. City Blossoms is a nonprofit dedicated to fostering healthy communities by developing creative, kid-driven green space. Washington DC is our home base where we innovate new resources, approaches, and techniques. Applying our unique brand of gardens, science, art, healthy living, and community building, we "blossom" in neighborhoods where kids, their families, and neighbors may not otherwise have access to green spaces.https://www.impconcerts.com/event/1558635/
"Dawkins new Ep1, a five track proposition in which the architechture of the songs feels slippery and psychadelic, but the elctronic timbers feel vivid and close . - The Washington Post
Saba Abraha Ethiopian songstress, Saba Abraha spent her early years in Dakar, Senegal upon arrival to the states fell in love with journalism and would one day fall into a deeper love for music. Saba Abraha released her debut EP “How Things Fly” back in August of last year, since then has been featured alongside promising acts such as Phil Adé, BJ The Chicago Kid, Chaz French and Tate Kobang. Following the release, Saba Abraha is gearing up to impact the world through her electrifying melodies.
Stclaire Castro is an electronic music producer creating sounds that capture the underbelly of city living. His music is equal parts melodic and jarring and provides a hypnotic sensation similar to floating down a beautiful choppy river.
OG Lullabies is a multi-instrumentalist native to Washington, DC. A virtuoso violinist, composer, producer, and singer songwriter, she merges her multi-talents into a one-woman show; an eclectic fusion and force of self expressice sounds tranformed through technically mastery and fearless musical experimentation.
OPAL is a Virginia-based electronica singer/rapper making a name for herself with an irresistible groovy/psychedelic/ambient style that has given her international recognition.
Dreamcast has one of smoothest voices in DC. A laid back style all to his own, he makes blissfully zened out soul music with a nod to the funkier days of DC.
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