MAJOR LAZER returns for a show at Village Underground after their success at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen last year. A genre-destroying mix of innovations based on a refusal to settle for any one trademark sound, MAJOR LAZER are a bit like a Basement Jaxx album remixed by hyperactive hooligan children. Live sees them mix the rich dancehall tradition of Jamaica, tweaked soul, Afropop, disco, electro, hip-hop, and 80’s-inspired digital pop to create a dance-floor-killing set.
Plus MALUCA –
While her strong fashion sense and genre-hopping ways may draw comparisons to M.I.A. and Santigold, this fiery dominicana uniquely encapsulates the duality of growing up Latina in the United States. Raised on a steady diet of mambo, bachata, and other Latin sounds, not to mention a healthy dose of ’90s hip-hop, freestyle, and downtown club music, Maluca and her music ignore traditional boundaries and drag Latin music out of the so-called “world music” doldrums.
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