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OKA, Lo Griyo

When:

Thu 15 Nov 2012, 10:00pm

Where: Lounge, Level 1, 243 Swanson St, Melbourne, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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Full line up:
- OKA
- Lo Griyo (Reunion Island)
- Nouveau Noir and Ennio Styles (RRR)
- Mamacita Bonnita

OKA’s signature style is a smooth hi-fidelity sound that is full of beautiful uplifting melodies, tones and textures, cooked over raw didgeridoo rhythms and heavy dance driven grooves. A live collective where no two gigs are the same, OKA play their own hybrid of roots, reggae, dub and jazz, marinated in electronica with a powerful and uniting Indigenous cultural overtone.

Lo Griyo is a laboratory of sound experiments where trance becomes a consistent gateway between the various influences that constitute the duos music. Lo Griyo creates a unique, hybrid music, just like the outfit’s land of origin, Reunion Island.

With Nouveau Noir, cultures converge in an energetic mix of live Afro-Latin percussion and electronic samples and production. Intricate rhythms weave around deep global club sounds with an authentic African flavor. The duo creates irresistible dance music with a insistent electronic depth and flexible live sensibility.

Ennio Styles' love of the funkiness of Native Tongues-era hip hop and the electronics of early house have led him to discover an ever-expanding range of soulful sounds from old funk, jazz, Brazilian and Latin, to Detroit techno, drum 'n' bass and broken beat.