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Yung Bae : Groove Continental Tour Part II

17MarFri20:00

The Sound House

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LA-based artist and producer Yung Bae heralds the rise of Future Funk, stewarding the sub-genre from the underground into a cult-like phenomena. Throughout his extensive catalog, now spread across 6 albums, Yung Bae immediately grabs his listener with a sound design that spans between smooth jazz, funk, old school hip-hop, to Studio 54 disco.

“To press play on any one of the 24-year old producer/DJ’s releases is to be transported to a parallel universe, one that’s full of beautiful impossibilities. No matter the age of his listeners, Yung Bae’s music tends to stir up fond memories of decades past” ~Bandcamp Daily.

More recently, Yung Bae’s the long-awaited seventh studio album, Groove Continental: Side A, comes out March 4th. Leading the release is the star-packed record “L.O.V.E. featuring Earthgang, Jon Batiste and Sherwyn”. The album is quoted as Bae’s, most musically diverse body of work to date—a twelve-track release featuring a long list of collaborators including Sam Fischer, Pink Sweat$, Marc E. Bassy, AWOLNATION and many more, with early press support from HYPEBEAST, VICE,  FLAUNT, SPIN, to name a few.

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