Kleptokrat and Dr. Caterwaul's at Best Video!

Addresse1842 Whitney Ave
CityHamden
AtBest Video Performance Space
CountyDelaware (NY2963)
Date12/09/2017
Hours23:00
CategoriaEvents
1842 Whitney Ave
Hamden
Best Video Performance Space
Delaware (NY2963)
Tel 2017-12-09
Categoria Events
Kleptokrat and Dr. Caterwaul

Come on out to Best Video on Dec. 9 for a night of genre-bending grooviness as we're pleased to host touring band Kleptokrat. Further details TBA. ---------- Formed in Brooklyn in 2016, Kleptokrat toes the line between jazz and rock, sculpting tone poems that are equal parts intricate and ear-catching. The music, composed by bass player Danilo Coleman, vacillates between genres and styles throughout, colored by saxophonist Alex Carter, vocalist/trumpeter Teagan Taylor, drummer Walker Esner and guitarist Graham Galatro. The band released their second EP this August, following a summer tour, with a full length on the way in early 2018. https://kleptokrat.bandcamp.com/ ---------- Dr. Caterwaul’s Cadre of Clairvoyant Claptraps plays music from around the world and uses it as a launching pad for improvisations that never lose their sense of groove — whether it’s Colombian cumbias, Ethiopian jazz, Romanian horas, Argentinian tangos, or traditional music from the United States.

Based in New Haven, CT, the five-piece—Chris Cretella on guitar, Adam Matlock on accordion and vocals, Michael Paolucci on drums, Brian Slattery on violin, banjo, trombone and vocals, and Mike Tepper on bass—has opened for Xenia Rubinos, the Lost Bayou Ramblers, and the Krar Collective (from Ethiopia). Apart, they have toured the country and ventured into Europe, performing everything from Appalachian fiddle to experimental new music. Together, they have worked up evenings of songs by Kurt Weill and Ennio Morricone and performed back-to-back sold-out sets of music from Twin Peaks. All along, they work up original material by Matlock under his own songwriting project, An Historic.

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