Put the LOVE in rEVOLution

The Noon Project presents:

Put the LOVE in rEVOLution

Fri Apr 21, 2017

9:30 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$12.00 - $15.00

This event is 21 and over

ABOUT THE NOON PROJECT
The Noon Project is a musical collaboration of global artists working together to raise support for victims of ethnic and religious oppression in the Middle East. The Noon Project will make an album. The album will be sold and all proceeds will be donated to support the work of The Preemptive Love Coalition. The Preemptive Love Coaltion is unmaking violence for victims of violence and oppression worldwide. Learn more about them at: http://preemptivelove.org/
Proceeds from this event will fund the production of the album once it's completed.
Learn more about us and our work at http://noonproject.org/

Jazz Mafia
Jazz Mafia
Jazz Mafia has a 15 year history of presenting some of the most ground-breaking original music on the West Coast. This collective of bands and musicians fuses the healthy Bay Area music scenes of Classical, Hip-Hop, World, Electronic and of course...Jazz. Wednesdays in February will be curated by Adam Theis, who founded the collective in 2000 and has presented over a Thousand unique and adventurous live performances to Bay Area Audiences.
INSPECTOR GADJE
INSPECTOR GADJE
San Francisco-based Gadje Express brings the beautiful and bumpin’ brass band music of South-Eastern Europe to the party. This nimble ensemble is swift on their feet, taking sharp melodic turns as they ignite the dance floor with tight grooves of celebration! In their form as a large ensemble, Inspector Gadje is a fixture of the Bay Area music scene, selling out event after event and keeping the people dancing.
With much of their repertoire hailing from Romani communities, Gadje Express believes music to have cultural significance beyond simply entertainment. The term gadje itself is a Romani word meaning outsider, thus referencing the bands identity as non-Roma allies.
Will Magid
Will Magid
"A golden touch. Something special I don't see that often"-Jeremy Sole (KCRW)

Trumpeter/Producer/DJ Will Magid's live sets are highly energetic and a joyous affair. He uses a unique style of live looping/sequencing and sampling to mash up original music with dance hits from across the globe.

Will, who studied ethnomusicology at UCLA, has gathered inspiration from playing music on every continent except Antarctica. (Please let him know if you have any leads down there).

Will Magid's trumpet will take you to Havana in the summertime. It will take you to a Ghanaian funeral and, simultaneously, a French dance club. It will take you to soul music in Japan, then to the cusp of the end of the world, where everyone's dancing because they have nothing to lose.

The trumpet will holler vibrantly no matter what. And it's a flexible instrument, well suited for this record's victorious leaps among sounds from the past, sounds from here and sounds from elsewhere.

While he's devoted to his trumpet, Will is truly a multi-instrumentalist/producer. On his new record "Midnight High", he plays the guitar and the keyboard, and he sings. He's joined on select tracks by Iggy Mon (Trinidad), Pleasuremaker (Afrolicious), Kevin Wong on Keyboard, Ezekial McCarter on vocals, Ben Altieri on guitar, and Aaron Leibowitz on guitar and sax. The resulting pieces are buoyant, multifarious jams packed with rich layers of celebratory horns, bouncing percussion, classical strings and even a bit of ambient noise.

He's also had the honor to play and collaborate with many talented artists from diverse genres of music, such as Solomon Burke, Erykah Badu, Pretty Lights, Bonobo, Baba Ken Okulolo, Ocote Soul Sounds, Afrolicious, CocoRosie, Jeremy Sole, J-Boogie, and the Mutaytor. A collector of sounds, Will layers the familiar with the curious, building imaginary worlds somehow both strange and close to home.
DJ GORDO CABEZA
DJ GORDO CABEZA
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