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Showcasing artists Chief Boima, Ziminino, Dos Santos, El Indio, Olmeca, Y La Bamba & Vanessa Zamora.
Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 08:00 PM   Absolutely Free
Speakeasy Kabaret, 412 Congress Ave, #D



Chief Boima Chief Boima is a Sierra Leonean-American music producer, DJ, writer, & general advocate for music-fueled digital youth cultures from around the world.

Ziminino is Pan Afro Anarchist Pop bringing the sounds of Bahia to the rest of the world.

Dos Santos Collectively raised through the pedagogy of American popular & traditional Latin music, their future-minded sound gestures forward into an idealized new progressive American music...

El Indio is part of the group World Hood, blending afro-latin dub with West Coast bass.

Olmeca is a Hip-Hop artist, producer, activist & scholar whose social commentary & community efforts allow him to intersect various identities & demographics.

Y La Bambais an eclectic indie folk pop band from Portland, OR lead by singer-songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza's inquisitive sense of self.

Vanessa Zamora is a Mexican Singer-Songwriter & her music is a journey through the less explored sides of pop, guided by the eclectic & the psychedelia.

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FoundSound China is a music diplomacy fellowship between American & Chinese music


Chhoti Ma is an award winning emcee, bruja, artist-teacher, cultural producer, & promotora cultural.

The Philharmonik is a funky multi-instrumentalist out of Sacramento, California, a refreshingly creative force whether singing, rapping, producing, or playing keys.

Spacewalkerleads an interstellar loop pedal powered Hip Hop ceremony every time she touches the stage.

FR333 combines head nodding rhythms with gritty incantations, conjuring an intoxicatingly vibrant sonic healing force they call Goddess Trap.

Dioganhdih is a queer Haudenosaunee-Mohawk MC & producer making waves where cis+heteronormative culture often remains unchallenged.

Savage Family is a collective of Indigenous MC's , we are the voice of our people a people that have been ignored & unheard for years.

Celebrating over a decade as a pioneering nonprofit focused on art, culture, & activism in Sacramento, California, Sol Collective has developed into an epicenter for community empowerment & collaboration. Programs at Sol Collective range from monthly art exhibitions to education programs around traditional health to concerts hosting global & local acts like Ottawa's A Tribe Called Red, Colombia's Bomba Estereo, New Jersey-via-Cuba's Chico Mann, Chile's Ana Tijoux, Toronto's Rupi Kaur, Los Angeles' Chicano Batman to many more. Sol Collective also operates a community recording & podcast studio through the Sol Life record label.
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