Melody Joy, ZZZ's, Atomic Hips, Demetra, The Mystic Underground, LEXELLE, ZAS

Melody Joy

ZZZ's

Atomic Hips

Demetra

The Mystic Underground

LEXELLE

ZAS

Dj Trey LaTrash, DJ KA$$HU

Wed, December 12, 2012

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 4:00 am)

$6.00 - $8.00

This event is 21 and over

Melody Joy
Melody Joy
new self produced electronic album Planet Puff:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/planet-puff/id461022237

I produce, record, edit, write, sing, and rap. I'm a wild humorous little girl. Gorgeous unique voice, lots of ambition, emotion & passion. I have an itch to create a wild electro craze with my upbeat sexy synthesizer sound & personality. I am a very small girl, with a big dream, and a large heart. Performing to me, comes naturally; I’ve been doing just the thing siince a wee little nugget. I am classically trained, i do play some piano and the MIDI Keyboard. I am very good Pro tools & other editing software.

I'd love to be able to make the world happy through my cartoony, upbeat, strange, persona. I love to make serious melodies, heartfelt lyrics and hooks, and sometimes often very silly and politically incorrect lyrics as well.

www.thetalentedmelodyjoy.com
ZZZ's
ZZZ's
YOUKAKU,YUKARY,LYN were member of ex. Hystoic Vein.
Hystoic Vein was disband at October 2011.

ZZZ's have just started.
Atomic Hips
Atomic Hips
Atomic Hips is a no-fi, low wave band from Brooklyn NY.
Demetra
Demetra
Demetra was born a performer. When she was a child, she taught herself how to play, read and write music, forcing her family members to perform alongside her in countless original plays and movies. She was a student of dance for twelve years and played a major role in all the school musicals. She attended specialized high school, Brooklyn Tech, where she was President of the Drama Club and later went to Queens College where she studied International Politics and Film. "I believe what makes art in the new millennium so special is that we have so much recorded cultural history to draw on," Demetra explains, "and my studies make me the kind of artist I want to be." A master at re-working old themes and making them new, Demetra's current brand of electronic pop combines her love of soul, rock and new wave music with a visual aesthetic rich in historical imagery and symbolism.

Demetra wrote, co-produced, and played the keyboards on the tracks off her upcoming debut solo EP, co-produced by Ray Balconis (Kim Sozzi, Deborah Cox) and DJ Shotime.

Before going solo, Demetra was in several bands with her boyfriend, a punk musician, who is the subject of many songs on the album. "Our band would break up every time we broke up," she explains. "We tried so hard to do a Gwen Stefani- Tony Kanal thing, but it just didn't work for us, cause we would always get back together and break up again." In addition to struggling to keep the band together, Demetra was musically restless. "There was always a struggle for me to incorporate dance and pop music into my bands, because ultimately the people I was playing with wanted to play emo, indie, or punk. I was done trying to perform a balancing act with others and I had to try to balance myself. I had to tell myself - do you, girl." And that she did.

Her prior projects included a dance-rock album with her band, Seratonin, which was the #2 most added album on the CMJ charts and a pop-punk group of the same name. Demetra has also written several children's musicals and worked for several years teaching music in East New York, Brooklyn. The music that seeped out of the neighborhood rubbed off on her, as well.

She sums up the Demetra experience with the following: "I've seen a lot in my life. I've been rich, I've been poor, and I have a lot of stories to tell that would blow people's minds, and I hope to tell them through my music for a very long time."
The Mystic Underground
The Mystic Underground
we write pop songs for the disenchanted, disillusioned and disenfranchised. they are songs for the broken-hearted and desperate. songs that celebrate life, love, death and everything in between.

it really shouldn't be this hard. it really shouldn't if you think about it.
LEXELLE
LEXELLE
Lexelle is a synth based pop music collaboration between Danielle Cardona and Alex Simon. The sound is of Evo-Pop and Dance, combining elements of music from late seventies and early eighties disco with the New Wave and New Romantic sounds of the early eightees. The goal of Lexelle is to create a timeless sound to excite listeners and get them dancing.
Venue Information:
XPO 929
929 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY, 11206
http://www.xpo929.com