TriBeCaStan are heading out to California next week!
Nov 07 Thu – Sunflower Center, Petaluma
Nov 08 Fri – Red Poppy Art House, San Francisco
Nov 09 Sat – Cafe Stritch, San Jose
Nov 10 Sun – Starry Plough, Berkeley
Nov 11 Mon – Tupelo, North Beach, San Francisco
Nov 12 Tue – Steynberg Gallery, San Luis Obispo
Nov 13 Wed – Reds, Santa Barbara
Nov 14 Thu – The Mint, Los Angeles
Nov 15 Fri – Offramp Gallery, Pasadena
Evergreene Music is a New York record label that believes all music should be understood as world music. We’d love to meet you.
Evergreene Music is a 21st-century music company with a dynamic roster of established and emerging artists, and music that is distributed and sold in 110 countries. Since its inception in 2004, Evergreene Music has flourished and grown, while staying true to its founding principles and philosophy: that all music should be understood as world music, and that the best of it can come from anywhere in the world—New York included.
Both, Evergreene’s founder, Jeff Greene, and label manager, Mark Roberts, will be at Womex this year, and in addition to exploring some exciting new opportunities for our label, we’d love to make new friends and get to know you. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re keen to meet up (there needn’t be an agenda other than saying “hi!”), and we’ll figure out a convenient time and place to meet!
Fourth Album Due October 1st from Collective Described by The Village Voice as “Defined by New York Cool, Explorer Energy, and Outer Space Vibes”
As radically multicultural and poly-stylistic as any artists working today, TriBeCaStan is one of contemporary music’s most vibrantly eclectic ensembles, and one that defies standard genre categorizations. The New York-based group of ace instrumentalists from varied musical backgrounds uses diverse instruments from around the globe to create a richly exotic palette of sonic colors. Their fourth studio album, NEW SONGS FROM THE OLD COUNTRY, is out now on Manhattan-based Evergreene Music (October 1, 2013).
Alright everyone, this might just be TriBeCaStan‘s biggest show of the year! Come and celebrate the release of their brand new album, New Songs from the Old Country, at DROM’s New York Gypsy Festival on Friday, September 27, 2013. Doors open at 6:30pm and the show starts at 7:15pm sharp. DROM is located at 85 Ave A (b/w 5th & 6th) and tickets are only $10 online ($15 at the door) and can be purchased RIGHT HERE
In this marvelous video, Magic Shop restoration and mastering engineer, Jessica Thompson, discusses the ins and outs of vinyl transferring, restoration, and mastering, as well as her experience of working on Evergreene’s historic Balkan Arts Series.
→ Stream or purchase The Complete Balkan Arts Series via Bandcamp.
The video is comprised of sped-up footage of auto rickshaws roaming through urban India, and the songs itself features John Kruth on Portuguese guitar, sitar, and bulba tarang; Jeff Greene on Jew’s harp; Kenny Margolis on organ; Ray Peterson on bass; and Todd Isler on udubu.
TriBeCaStan‘s new record New Songs from the Old Country will be releasing this coming October 1st 2013 via Evergreene Music. The album will be available world-wide as a digital download and as a beautiful, 6-panel gatefold CD. You can pre-order the record now and even stream a new song for an early sneak-peak!
New York ethno-fusion collective TriBeCaStan will perform a special acoustic concert on Friday, August 2nd at the Rubin Museum, as part of the museum’s ongoing Harlem in the Himalayas Concert. The special all-acoustic performance, inspired by the Rubin’s collection of ethnic art, is being designed specifically for the museum’s intimate space. The concert also promises a preview of the band’s fourth album, New Songs from the Old Country, which is due for release on Evergreene Music on October 1st, 2013.
Friday August 2, 2013 @ 7:00 PM
Harlem in the Himalayas Concerts
150 W. 17 St., NYC 10011
$20.00 in advance / $25.00 day of show
Museum Members: $18.00
For more information: http://www.rmanyc.org/events/load/2275
Brasslands isn’t just the soundtrack to an extraordinary documentary film, but the soundtrack to a blistering global movement of Balkan brass fanatics across the world!
In addition to some of New York’s finest Balkan brass bands, such as Zlatne Uste, Veveritse, Raya Brass Band, and Slavic Soul Party!, the Brasslands Soundtrack features rare contributions by Serbia’s most sought-after trumpet virtuosos: Roma legend Dejan Avdić, 3-time Guča champion Demiran Ćerimović, and 2010 champion and “trumpet master” Dejan Petrović.
The soundtrack is available as a digital album with PDF booklet from iTunes and Bandcamp (where you can also stream the album for FREE), and as a Digipak CD with a 16-page booklet from our label shop for only $12.
→ For more info on the Brasslands film and soundtrack, visit www.brasslands.com