"This is Our Music" Series Continues on April 16 in Brooklyn with Knucklebean, Club D'Elf and Jim Campilongo!


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Any and all friends of sound are invited to attend “This Is Our Music II," the second installment in a monthly series at the Galapagos Art Space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

“This Is Our Music II" is set for Wednesday, April 16 at 8PM. This month, the series welcomes the legendary Club d'Elf, from Boston, the incredible Jim Campilongo Electric Trio, featuring Brad Jones on bass, and Knucklebean, the funkiest free band in the land. Tickets are only $10.

The schedule is as follows:

Doors at 8PM.

8:30PM - Jim Campilongo Electric Trio: Jim Campilongo (guitar), Brad Jones (bass), Tony Mason (drums)

9:30PM - Club d'Elf: Dean Johnston (drums), Mike Rivard (basses), Brahim Fribgane (oud, percussion, voice), Mat Maneri (electric viola)

11PM - Knucklebean: Brad Farberman (guitar), Adam Minkoff (bass), Nick Anderson (drums), Matt Silberman (saxophones), Matt Thomas (saxophones), Kevin Moehringer (trombone), Ben Syversen (trumpet), Phil Rodriguez (trumpet)





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“This Is Our Music II" featuring Knucklebean, Club d'Elf and Jim Campilongo

Wednesday, April 16, 8PM, $10

Galapagos Art Space, 70 North 6th Street between Kent and Wythe, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

L train to Bedford (first stop in Brooklyn if you're coming from Manhattan)

“This Is Our Music" presents the finest in exciting and adventurous sounds, with an emphasis on autophysiopsychic music. Unexpect the expected.

For more information, contact Brad: [email protected] or 516-582-6272

Press for Jim Campilongo:

“Wiles and chops make the guitarist what he is: an engaging improviser whose interest in entertainment is equal to his interest in art. His supple moves can keep an audience enthralled - meaning their asses wiggle and their minds jiggle. Few connect the dots between jazz and twang like this guy." - Jim Macnie, The Village Voice

Press for Club d'Elf:

“All-stars they are: Club d'Elf have to be one of the most fluent polyglot musical aggregations on the planet: straight-ahead and avant-garde jazz, Indian, African, Moroccan, blues, funk (always funk), pop." - Jon Garelick, The Boston Phoenix

Press for Knucklebean:

“Local big band Knucklebean combines avant-garde skronk with rubbery funk and soul-jazz grooves." - Time Out New York

“A band called Knucklebean" - The New York Times

Press for the last This Is Our Music event:

“We're psyched and inspired to see new experimental series popping up all over the place recently. Tonight you can welcome yet another, Galapagos's This Is Our Music, which debuts with a great lineup of local avant-jazz luminaries, including saxists Jessica Lurie and Sabir Mateen, and the large ensembles Knucklebean and Burnt Sugar." --Time Out New York

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