Nublu 151

8pm Ease Back 

8pm Blivet

9pm Molly Tigre

10pm Middle Blue

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7pm

MajorStage Presents:
Yahima Riya 

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9pm

MajorStage Presents:

Raquel

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7pm LPR Presents: Cheick Hamala Diabate

DJ Henri

Grammy nomited "King of the N'Goni". “The music we griots play is... about giving a lesson to people about their lives.” 

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10:30pm Alika & Nueva Alianza 

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8pm Lost Soul Found

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11pm Brian Jackson 

Plays songs from the Gil-Scott Heron & Brian Jackson songbook 

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1am Chris Rob ft Bendji Allonce, Gabe Otero, & Joe Blaxx

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8pm Studio 151 (2nd Floor)

Melissa Mary Ahern

Dida Pelled

Gabrielle Hartmann

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11pm & 1am Hess is More

Juicy June Juxtapositions

ft Monika Heidemann, Nomi Ruiz,Yuka Honda, Matt Parker, Michael Hunf, W. Andrew Raposo, Pavel Kogan-Liakhov, Rasmus Bille Bahncke, David Mason, Mikkel Hess

DJ sets by Brooklyn English

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5pm Samba Circle with Jair Oliveira and Guests

A Brazilian Party with Roda de Samba, Dance and fun

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9pm Gerald Cleaver

ft Gerald Cleaver - Drums

Tomeka Reid - Cello 

Daniel Givens - Electronics 

Mat Maneri - Viola 

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8pm Danton Boller Quintet

ft Ari Hoenig, Jeremy Wilms, John Ellis, Yusuke Yamamoto, Danton Boller

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10pm & Midnight (9pm Doors)

Producer Mondays with Ray Angry  and The Council of Goldfinger, Spinning Frei Speech & Co.

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Nublu 62

9pm 

Yes we're open!

9pm & 11pm (Doors 8:30pm)

Forro at Nublu

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian tracks

9pm 

Deem Spencer with Amani Fela, Flyy Cooper, & The Spirit of Sam

9pm 

ADH

Eli Fola

11pm 

The Lovelace Band

Midnight 

DJ Austin Taylor

9pm 

Yes we're open!

10pm 

Fear and Loathing on Ave C

DJ Chrysi

10pm

Vinyl Only

Every Wednesday in January

Born in the USA in 1984, Alexia has always been surrounded by music. Her mother, an American singer/songwriter, initiated her on blues, jazz and folk, in Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell. Her father, a Brazilian entertainment producer, made Alexia discover and fall in love with the work of Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa and Tom Jobim.

At the age of 7, Alexia moved to Brazil with her father, alternating stays between Rio de Janeiro and Petrópolis, where her father’s family was established. As a teenager, she studied theater and lived in Brazil until the age of 17, when she decided to spend a year in the US. After joining her high school chorus group, Alexia realized that she wanted to pursue music for good. At 18, she went back to Brazil and started a short-lived band with whom she performed at clubs and bars. When she turned 19, Alexia returned to the US and studied classical voice for two years at Plymouth State University.

In 2005, at the age of 21, she decided to go back to Brazil, and was soon invited by producer Sergio Carvalho to record a demo CD. This was when she began taking voice lessons with Felipe Abreu, her vocal coach ever since.

The experience of the demo CD evolved into Alexia’s first solo album, “Astrolábio” (EMI, 2008), produced by musician and songwriter Dadi (former member of Novos Baianos), on which she recorded, amongst other songs, “O Leãozinho” (Caetano Veloso), “Farol da Barra” (Caetano Veloso & Galvão) and “Roxanne” (Sting), besides original material co-written with different songwriting partners.

In 2009, Alexia did the opening act for artists such as Rita Lee and Ney Matogrosso, and performed in international festivals such as SXSW (Texas), MoMA Nights (NYC), Sudoeste and Super Bock Surf Fest (both in Portugal).

In 2010 she toured through 6 cities in Japan and also stepped onto the celebrated Joe’s Pub stage in NYC. In the beginning of 2010, Felipe Abreu and Alexia invited Dé Palmeira to co-produce her new album with Felipe, and started the recordings of “I Just Happen to Be Here”.

Mixed by sound engineer Fabiano França (know for his work on albums such as “Eu Não Peço Desculpas”, by Caetano Veloso & Jorge Mautner and “Ventura”, by Los Hermanos) and mastered in Tokyo by Takayoshi Manabe, the album “I Just Happen to Be Here” is released on Biscoito Fino Records.

In 2013, after performing in New York City's critically acclaimed Brasil Summer Fest (which featured Seu Jorge as a headlining artist), Alexia relocated to NYC, where she has been promoting her album and writing new material for her next musical project.

www.alexiabomtempo.com.br

 

 

 

 

 

 

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