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Zo! Selects Dallas For Early Screening Of Documentary

Zo! Selects Dallas For Early Screening Of Documentary

We love Zo! YES WE DO! It’s apparent that he loves us right back. Zo! has selected Dallas, Texas for an exclusive screening of his Skybreak documentary and Neo Soul Cafe is hippopotamus happy about it. There will be a Screening of The Documentary followed by a Q&A Session with Zo! You do’t want to miss this intimate view inside the world of Zo! and the making of Skybreak.

It’s going down March 12, 2017 at Sandaga 813 in Dallas, TX. Check out the Sneak Peek below and make your plans to be with us!
Click on the link below to get your tickets! Hope to see YOU there!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/skybreak-documentary-dallas-screening-qa-with-zo-tickets-31461043829

Additional Screenings
March 15 – The Second City (Harold Ramis Screening Room) In Chicago, IL
March 16 – The Second City (Harold Ramis Screening Room) In Chicago, IL
March 19 – The Second City (Harold Ramis Screening Room) In Chicago, IL

Zo!’s ‘SkyBreak’ Documentary is releasing on March 21, 2017. Check the link below for details

http://skybreakdoc.com

and if you don’t have zo!’s latest masterpiece we need you to play catch up ! Download it today!

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RC & the Gritz Are Giving Us Something We Can Feel

RC & the Gritz Are Giving Us Something We Can Feel

RC and The Gritz, widely Known as Erykah Badu’s back up band is more of an eclectic super-group than your average hip-hop band. Founded by Band Leader RC WIlliams in 2004, the group is made up of a diverse mix of GRAMMY Nominated musicians & Producers from across Texas and whose repertoires include, R&B, Hip-Hop, and Soul Music. Their First release “Pay Your Tab” featuring their breakaway single “Leave Me Alone” ft. Erykah Badu has become a cult classic.

The group is made up of a diverse mix of musicians….RC “Rceeezy” Williams, keyboards; Cleon Edwards, percussion; Braylon “Brother B” Lacy, bass; Claudia Melton, vocals; and Jah Born, MPC (drum machine). Their latest release The Feel is due out November 2016
“The Feel” is RC & The Gritz’s Sophomore album. It is a soulful mix of live instrumentation, diverse percussion and hip hop influenced melodies. The singles that have been released from the project Never Enough and Good Day To You Sir are wreaking havoc and will quickly become favorites of soul music lovers everywhere.

You can Pre-Order the project at the link below

https://rcandthegritz.bandcamp.com/album/the-feel

RC and the Gritz’s “The FEEL” Sophomore Album Release Party will be held 11.23.16 at the Propher Bar in Dallas,Texas.
Check out Good Day To You Sir. Enjoy!

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James Tillman – Silk Noise Reflex

James Tillman – Silk Noise Reflex

Silk Noise Reflex is the first full length offering from soul crooner James Tillman.

The New York–based artist’s delivery is just as smooth as the EP he released several years ago entitled Shangri La.

With Silk Noise Reflex, Tillman effortlessly crafts beautiful music over soft delicate tones.

The debut contains the fingerprints of many talents—Beau Sorenson (Death Cab for Cutie, Garbage), who mixed it, Carlos Arredondo (Deerhoof), who mastered it, and the incomparable Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs, who served as executive producer.

Tillman’s debut album, Silk Noise Reflex, Is sleek and polished, but human and feeling. The mood is effortless, though seems achieved through some sort of songwriting secret. The variety of influences is easy to hear, but how they work together so well is complex. A meeting of jazz, hip-hop, soul, R&B, psychedelia, and so much more, its cohesiveness is a testament to Tillman’s songwriting prowess and his vocal skill.

Hop on over to Tllman’s Bandcamp page for the download.

Grab your favorite libation, relax and listen to the Silk Noise Reflex. Enjoy!

https://jmtill.bandcamp.com/

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Odisee Drops Alwasta

Odisee Drops Alwasta

Who loves Odisee….Neo Soul Cafe loves Oddisee! Sudanese­-American hip­hop artist Oddisee’s new EP, “Al­Wasta,” takes its title from the Arabic colloquial term used to mean (to use colloquial English) “the plug.” The term “wasta” comes from the Arabic word “wasat,” meaning “middle” or

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