April 4, 2016

Brooklyn Bowl, NYC

Zemog: El Gallo Bueno

Mo’ Beat Monday’s World Music Night

We are very excited to be part of Brooklyn Bowl’s Mo’ Beat Monday’s World Music Night. We are honored to share the night with Ismael and The Radient Select as well as Nuf Said.

Zemog El Gallo Bueno is a New York City based group of musician friends. Zemog is a 2015 international mutation that plays 21st century Latin music adventuring through 1930’s Puerto Rican street cries and laments, 60’s free jazz fumes, 70’s New York salsa residue, a cough that starts a rhythm and a found object montuno. Each composition is a battle ground for the search of the golden-tin rooster we call Zemog. Zemog plays the soundtrack to your true and false identities as they hug to danceable Latin polyrhythms that have a tropical past randomizing the snow flake future.

Ismael Kouyaté blends his joyful, passionate Guinean sound with the gritty funk & soul of New York City, leaving audiences awestruck on the dance floor.

Nuf Said is a Funk/Soul/Jazz band based in New York City. Drawing from the diverse background of each of the bands members (all of whom met and performed together on various freelance gigs in NYC), ‘Nuf Said has developed a unique sound with influences ranging from Funk, Jazz, Soul, Hip Hop, R&B and more.

Brooklyn Bowl is a music venue, bowling alley and restaurant in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. It is known for its high-tech green construction and variety of musical acts.