Space People, plus DJ WONWAY POSIBUL (Latin Soul Brothers/ThinkBeat Radio)
Sat, May 13, 2017
This event is all ages
There's a 6 ticket limit for this event per household, customer, credit card number and email address. Patrons who exceed the ticket limit can have their order cancelled automatically and without notice.https://www.rickshawstop.com/event/1428960/
Jardín comes on the heels of three intense years of touring, writing and recording. Soon after the 2014 release of his debut EP, Bishouné: Alma del Huila, Gabriel was invited out on the road by rock legend Lenny Kravitz, as direct support on 23 concerts across Europe. The day after playing Wembley Arena, he received a call notifying him that his song "6 8" would be sampled by Drake on his full-length If You're Reading This, It's Too Late. The months following these cosigns Garzón-Montano was featured at Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits, and on back-to-back tours with English indie-rockers Glass Animals and Stones Throw label mate Mayer Hawthorne.
In 2016, he returned to Waterfront Studios in Hudson, NY, to record Jardín with his mentor, analog guru Henry Hirsch. A capable multi-instrumentalist, Gabriel tracked drums, bass, guitar, piano, and synthesizers direct to 2" tape, adding percussion, digital programming, and several layers of his own vocals to create a lush sonic environment that recalls a contemporary, streetwise Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants. "I wanted to make music that would remind people how beautiful life is - how delicate their hearts are," says Garzón-Montano. "A garden is full of life, and growth, and beauty. I named the album Jardín hoping for it to create a space for healing when people put it on. I've always wanted to make music that is healing, comforting, and funky." This intention is, perhaps, what has always attracted listeners to his music. Fans of Bishouné will find familiar ground in the organic sounds and impressionist narratives of Jardín: the Moog-heavy "Fruitflies" reads as a lyrical epilogue to "Keep on Running," while "The Game" brings the folkloric percussion of "Me Alone" home from Cartagena to Crown Heights. The enduring choruses of "Sour Mango," "Crawl," and "My Balloon" exhibit a melodic and compositional craftsmanship reminiscent of the fan favorite "Everything is Everything," confirming Garzón-Montano's innate pop sensibilities, and his indisputable knack for fusing a wide range of classic influences and cutting-edge ideas to create a sound all his own.
His afro-latin party "Makossa" has grown in popularity to spawn incredible monthlies across the country with the Makossa Brooklyn and Los Angeles Cookouts. The "Makossa Classics" series and many of his other mixes have been featured on numerous influential websites such as Okayplayer, Remezcla, The Couch Sessions, and URB Magazine.
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