The Lynguistic Civilians

TurnStyle Music Group Presents

The Lynguistic Civilians

Dream Circle

Thu, November 20, 2014

8:00 pm

Leftfield

New York, NY

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

The Lynguistic Civilians - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
The Lynguistic Civilians
Hailing from the green hills of Burlington, Vermont, the Lynguistic Civilians have been making music together since 2009 to bring a new electrifying, engaging and authentic sound to the world of Hip-Hop.

Comprised of 4 witty emcee's (LC, Walshie Steeze, Mike Fulton, Monty Burns) a DJ and a drummer (T-Whip). The Civilians have been hard at work, rocking over 180 shows some with such heavyweights as Killah Priest, Gza, Nappy Roots, People Under The Stairs, DJ Rob Swift, Lyrics Born, Keith Murray, The Pharcyde, Inspectah Deck, Break Science, Masta Ace, Chali 2na and Lil' Kim.
Dream Circle - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Dream Circle
Dream Circle is an electronic/world/hip-hop band formed in Brooklyn in 2011 by Katy Walker & Azusu. The duo is made up of Katy Walker (lead vocals, keys, production) and Azusu (djembe, production). Their music is a spiritualized genre-bending journey into electronic, house, hip-hop, dub reggae and African music. Walker, who is originally from Austin, TX, met Mejia, the second generation Dominican and Bronx, NY native, while producing a music video and playing for another band.

Their debut album LOST ART was released in 2013 on Unemployable Music,their indie label. The album’s stand out tracks are “So Many Things”, “School of Life”, and the dub reggae infused “Original”. On their first album, they also collaborated with vocalist Nikkie Bliss (who performs with the band), multi-instrumentalist Ben Zwerin who tours with Anjelique Kidjo, rapper Johnny Voltik and vocalist Stephanie Morrillo.
“So Many Things” (The Remixes) released July 2014 via Unemployable Music features deep house remixes by OP! (I Love Vinyl/Dubspot) & Doctrations from Rotterdam, Netherlands and features a spaced-out hip-hop remix by A-frillz that drew a comparison to Flying Lotus. Their latest release is an EP of additional remixes from the Lost Art album by hip-hop/dance music producer, Pherixx.

The band has completed the demo of their second LP, tentatively titled “Twin Souls” and will be recording at a brand new studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn, with plans for a summer release. They perform as a trio periodically in the NYC area.
Venue Information:
Leftfield
87 Ludlow St
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.leftfieldbar.com/