Kamalata’s debut album Red Lips—sounds from the East Village of New York City—stamps the arrival of rock at a multicultural and multilingual plateau. The sonic soundscape of Red Lips stretches from American folk to classical Persian, punk rock and house. The songs tell of the experience of the generation born in the 1980s to war and consumerism. Kamalata is the artist name of Iranian American musician Neda Zahraie. The band includes Neda on vocals, Kyle Sanna on guitar, Jim Orso on drums and Michael Coltun on bass. This is the last Kamalata live concert for Summer 2017.
Kush is the latest project from the singular Sitali Siyolwe. Juju House (drums) Tarus Mateen (bass)
Dr Huda Asfour (kanoun ) Courtney Dowe (vocals ) Adriel Williams (violin ) Sitali (guitar/vocals )