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Making Movies
October 7
Reverb Lounge
7pm Door / 8pm Show

$17 ADV / $22 DOS

"Perhaps one of the most unique groups around today. Sensual, smoky, and seductive. Distorted guitars are buried under their Latin groove, colliding beautifully and urgently." - NPR

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Making Movies is a psychedelic Panamanian band that makes American music with an asterisk: because Making Movies’ sound encompasses the entirety of the Americas.
(Think Santana meets "Colossal Head"-era Los Lobos.) It’s through this broader perspective that Making Movies crunches classic rock into Latin American rhythms — African-derived percussion and styles like rumba, merengue, mambo and cumbia — in a way that feels oddly familiar, yet delivers the invigorating chills of hearing something singularly special.

Over the course of their career, the quartet has turned heads as a Tiny Desk newcomer (with "A La Deriva"), a voice for immigrant rights (with "I Am Another You" which reached #3 on Billboard's Latin Pop Album chart), and as a co-writer alongside salsa icon Rubén Blades (with Latin GRAMMY-nominated song "No Te Calles”).

Making Movies has toured extensively, appearing with Arcade Fire, Rubén Blades, Los Lobos, Hurray For the Riff Raff, Bomba Estereo, Galactic, Flor De Toloache, and Thievery Corporation. The band's fourth album XOPA was just released on L.A.-based label Cósmica Artists.


 

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The Lowest Pair Band
October 9
Reverb Lounge
4pm Door / 5pm Show

$20 ADV / $25 DOS

The Lowest Pair Band includes two dear friends and incredible musicians -  Adam Roszkiewicz and Leif Karlstrom of the instrumental duo “Small Town Therapy”.

The new record "Horse Camp" leans towards each member’s string band roots and showcases brand new Lowest Pair songs Kendl and Palmer wrote during the strange times of the pandemic.

The album also includes an instrumental by each musician involved and is an awesome display of how a simple collaboration of friends can result in music that is as organic as it is undeniable.

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