Monday, March 19
Admission: $5, $10 minimum
In Spanish makes Avant-Pop music that will delight
you and your special friends. Tonight marks the second installment
of their Monkey Town residency.
Something In Spanish began in Miami, Florida when Michelle Perez
and Jules Monterrey found each other through mutual friends and
started making music together.
Michelle had played guitar in her teens but wasn't interested
in becoming a traditional singer-songwriter and Julio had toured
the globe with jazz mogul Maynard Ferguson playing saxophone and
developing experimental sound palettes.
They both decided to step out of their musical comfort zones and
are continually discovering a sound that they are calling avant-pop.
SIS fuses elements of 50’s pop, exotic lounge, experimental
electronic and free jazz that guarantees a mysterious and engaging
m ss ng p eces (http://www.missingpieces.tv/)
will be providing custom visuals with two 45 minute long continuous
films with no edits or special effects.
To download two free songs from their upcoming EP, check out their