CONCERTS

sep
28
Sub
Hindi Zahra @ Bitefartcafe
sep 28 @ 22:00 – sep 29 @ 01:00
Hindi Zahra @ Bitefartcafe | Beograd | Srbija

Musicology Barcaffè Sessions brings Hindi Zahra back to Belgrade
The „Beautiful Tango“ singer will perform in Belgrade in September

As always, Musicology has chosen an artist that had already performed in Belgrade to open this year’s season. It’s the world-renowned French-Moroccan songwriter and singer, Hindi Zahra! She will perform at the famous Bitefartcafe club on September 28 and 29, after opening the series in Zagreb and Ljubljana.

Musicology has been carefully choosing artists that the series fans wanted to see in Belgrade, as it has been answering to the audience’s wishes since the beginning.
Hindi Zahra has won prestigious awards such as „Constantin“ and „Victoires de la Musique“. She’s a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and songwriter that puts all her musical influences and life experiences into an authentic musical creation.
After the release of her „Homeland“, an album that sold more than 135 thousand copies all around the globe, she held more than 300 concerts in the next two and a half years – always playing until the last atom of strength and not leaving anyone indifferent.

Hindi Zahra, always being free-spirited, after having an already successful carrier, decided to move to Marrakech in search of her personal and musical identity, devoting herself completely to creating music. In search of her both musical and personal identity, she decided to move alone to Marrakech, devoting herself completely to spirituality and finding new paths to her music. She calls this travel „a real descent into solitude“ which gave birth to songs created in ecstasy, mixed with feelings of melancholy and says: „My experience there was something special – five years of constant introspection, contemplation and work led me to where I am today! For that, I’m forever grateful. “

When it comes to Zahra, everything is based on true, raw emotion and experience: „Everything that happens to someone in life, the good or the bad, leaves a trace, transforming one’s personality, and with that, their creative side. I believe that it was the hardest parts of my life the ones that changed me the most. “

Critics say that „in the musical building of her childhood, Hindi knows every floor. “ Playing with different music genres, she implements influences from Cuba, Jordan, Andalusia, Egypt, and Italy, creating an authentic music experience.
Her compositions are going in direction of different music genres that are intertwining but have lost their names, carried by the overwhelming tempo that marked this album. Hindi’s songs, although always followed by an adventuristic note, remain melancholic and ecstatic.

After Hindi held a sold-out concert in Belgrade 2 years ago, she said that the connection she felt with the Belgrade audience was mesmerizing, adding that she can’t wait to experience it all again.

After the new season-opening, the next artist to perform at Musicology Barcaffe Sessions will be the Brand New Heavies on October 29 & 30, and after that, the virtuous rhythm guitar player from „Vulfpeck“, Cory Wong, who will have a concert on November 7th at Bitefartcafe club.

Tickets can be purchased via: www.tickets.rs & www.ddtickets.rs
Info: 063377483
www.musicology.rs

sep
29
Ned
Hindi Zahra @ Bitefartcafe
sep 29 @ 22:00 – sep 30 @ 01:00
Hindi Zahra @ Bitefartcafe | Beograd | Srbija

Musicology Barcaffè Sessions brings Hindi Zahra back to Belgrade
The „Beautiful Tango“ singer will perform in Belgrade in September

As always, Musicology has chosen an artist that had already performed in Belgrade to open this year’s season. It’s the world-renowned French-Moroccan songwriter and singer, Hindi Zahra! She will perform at the famous Bitefartcafe club on September 28 and 29, after opening the series in Zagreb and Ljubljana.

Musicology has been carefully choosing artists that the series fans wanted to see in Belgrade, as it has been answering to the audience’s wishes since the beginning.
Hindi Zahra has won prestigious awards such as „Constantin“ and „Victoires de la Musique“. She’s a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and songwriter that puts all her musical influences and life experiences into an authentic musical creation.
After the release of her „Homeland“, an album that sold more than 135 thousand copies all around the globe, she held more than 300 concerts in the next two and a half years – always playing until the last atom of strength and not leaving anyone indifferent.

Hindi Zahra, always being free-spirited, after having an already successful carrier, decided to move to Marrakech in search of her personal and musical identity, devoting herself completely to creating music. In search of her both musical and personal identity, she decided to move alone to Marrakech, devoting herself completely to spirituality and finding new paths to her music. She calls this travel „a real descent into solitude“ which gave birth to songs created in ecstasy, mixed with feelings of melancholy and says: „My experience there was something special – five years of constant introspection, contemplation and work led me to where I am today! For that, I’m forever grateful. “

When it comes to Zahra, everything is based on true, raw emotion and experience: „Everything that happens to someone in life, the good or the bad, leaves a trace, transforming one’s personality, and with that, their creative side. I believe that it was the hardest parts of my life the ones that changed me the most. “

Critics say that „in the musical building of her childhood, Hindi knows every floor. “ Playing with different music genres, she implements influences from Cuba, Jordan, Andalusia, Egypt, and Italy, creating an authentic music experience.
Her compositions are going in direction of different music genres that are intertwining but have lost their names, carried by the overwhelming tempo that marked this album. Hindi’s songs, although always followed by an adventuristic note, remain melancholic and ecstatic.

After Hindi held a sold-out concert in Belgrade 2 years ago, she said that the connection she felt with the Belgrade audience was mesmerizing, adding that she can’t wait to experience it all again.

After the new season-opening, the next artist to perform at Musicology Barcaffe Sessions will be the Brand New Heavies on October 29 & 30, and after that, the virtuous rhythm guitar player from „Vulfpeck“, Cory Wong, who will have a concert on November 7th at Bitefartcafe club.

Tickets can be purchased via: www.tickets.rs & www.ddtickets.rs
Info: 063377483
www.musicology.rs

okt
29
Uto
The Brand New Heavies @ Bitefartcafe
okt 29 @ 22:00 – okt 30 @ 01:00
The Brand New Heavies @ Bitefartcafe | Beograd | Srbija

The Brand New Heavies is coming back to Belgrade with a new album
An October in the style of the „acid jazz“ London scene

The authentic jazz/funk/soul/R’n’B band, The Brand New Heavies, will have two concerts in Belgrade’s Bitefartcafe club, as a part of the Musicology Barcaffè Sessions concert series, on October 29 and 30.

Pioneers of the „acid jazz“ scene in London, The Brand New Heavies, translated their love for the funk grooves of the 1970s into a sophisticated sound that carried the torch for the classic soul in an era dominated by Hip-Hop. Formed in 1985 by drummer/keyboardist Jan Kincaid, guitarist Simon Bartholomew, and bassist/keyboardist Andrew Levy – longtime school friends from the London suburb of Ealing – The Brand New Heavies were originally an instrumental unit inspired by the James Brown and Meters records its members heard while clubbing the rare groove scene in vogue at the moment. The trio soon began recording their own music, gaining enormous exposure when their demo tracks were spun at the influential Cat in the Hat Club.

Eventually adding a brass section, the Brand New Heavies built a cult following throughout the London club circuit, surviving the shift that saw the rare groove scene fade in the wake of acid house. After an earlier recording deal with Cooltempo yielded the single „Got to Give,“ the Heavies — now including vocalist Jay Ella Ruth — signed with the fledgling indie label Acid Jazz; recorded on a budget of just 8,000 pounds, the group’s self-titled LP appeared in 1990 to strong critical acclaim, resulting in a licensing deal with the American company Delicious Vinyl. With Ruth now out of the band, Delicious Vinyl hand-picked N’dea Davenport as her successor, insisting the Heavies re-record tracks from their debut for their first U.S. effort, also an eponymous release that appeared in 1992.

After scoring at home with „Dream Come True“ and „Stay This Way,“ the single „Never Stop“ soon landed on the American R&B charts, with the Heavies the first British group to accomplish such a feat with a debut single since Soul II Soul several years earlier.
Under the influence of Q-Tip and MC Serch, they’ve absorbed the hip-hop sound and released „Heavy Rhyme Experience Vol. 1“, an album that featured Main Source, Gang Starr, Grand Pub and Pharcade.

In the following years, the band had successful albums such as „Brother Sister“ (1994), „Trunk Funk: The Best of the Brand New Heavies“ (1999) and „Get Used To It“ (2006).

The band leaders, Simon and Andrew, wrote and produced 16 singles that were at the famous top 40 singles lists while selling over 2,5 million copies worldwide.

Over the last couple of years, they’ve worked on a new album, that was released on September 6, called „TBNH“. The band has already started its world tour, and their arrival to Belgrade means that the Serbian audience will be amongst the first to have the opportunity of hearing their new songs.

The Brand New Heavies performed in Belgrade two years ago at the same concert series, where they held concerts people are still talking about, which is why the organizers scheduled two more concerts this year that the fans will be able to enjoy on 29th and 30th of October at Bitefartcafe club.

The Heavies will be the second performers at this year’s Musicology Barcaffè Sessions season, which will feature also incredible artists such as Hindi Zahra and Cory Wong from „Vulfpeck“.

Tickets can be purchased via www.tickets.rs & www.ddtickets.rs

Info:
063377483
www.musicology.rs

okt
30
Sre
The Brand New Heavies @ Bitefartcafe
okt 30 @ 22:00 – okt 31 @ 01:00
The Brand New Heavies @ Bitefartcafe | Beograd | Srbija

The Brand New Heavies is coming back to Belgrade with a new album
An October in the style of the „acid jazz“ London scene

The authentic jazz/funk/soul/R’n’B band, The Brand New Heavies, will have two concerts in Belgrade’s Bitefartcafe club, as a part of the Musicology Barcaffè Sessions concert series, on October 29 and 30.

Pioneers of the „acid jazz“ scene in London, The Brand New Heavies, translated their love for the funk grooves of the 1970s into a sophisticated sound that carried the torch for the classic soul in an era dominated by Hip-Hop. Formed in 1985 by drummer/keyboardist Jan Kincaid, guitarist Simon Bartholomew, and bassist/keyboardist Andrew Levy – longtime school friends from the London suburb of Ealing – The Brand New Heavies were originally an instrumental unit inspired by the James Brown and Meters records its members heard while clubbing the rare groove scene in vogue at the moment. The trio soon began recording their own music, gaining enormous exposure when their demo tracks were spun at the influential Cat in the Hat Club.

Eventually adding a brass section, the Brand New Heavies built a cult following throughout the London club circuit, surviving the shift that saw the rare groove scene fade in the wake of acid house. After an earlier recording deal with Cooltempo yielded the single „Got to Give,“ the Heavies — now including vocalist Jay Ella Ruth — signed with the fledgling indie label Acid Jazz; recorded on a budget of just 8,000 pounds, the group’s self-titled LP appeared in 1990 to strong critical acclaim, resulting in a licensing deal with the American company Delicious Vinyl. With Ruth now out of the band, Delicious Vinyl hand-picked N’dea Davenport as her successor, insisting the Heavies re-record tracks from their debut for their first U.S. effort, also an eponymous release that appeared in 1992.

After scoring at home with „Dream Come True“ and „Stay This Way,“ the single „Never Stop“ soon landed on the American R&B charts, with the Heavies the first British group to accomplish such a feat with a debut single since Soul II Soul several years earlier.
Under the influence of Q-Tip and MC Serch, they’ve absorbed the hip-hop sound and released „Heavy Rhyme Experience Vol. 1“, an album that featured Main Source, Gang Starr, Grand Pub and Pharcade.

In the following years, the band had successful albums such as „Brother Sister“ (1994), „Trunk Funk: The Best of the Brand New Heavies“ (1999) and „Get Used To It“ (2006).

The band leaders, Simon and Andrew, wrote and produced 16 singles that were at the famous top 40 singles lists while selling over 2,5 million copies worldwide.

Over the last couple of years, they’ve worked on a new album, that was released on September 6, called „TBNH“. The band has already started its world tour, and their arrival to Belgrade means that the Serbian audience will be amongst the first to have the opportunity of hearing their new songs.

The Brand New Heavies performed in Belgrade two years ago at the same concert series, where they held concerts people are still talking about, which is why the organizers scheduled two more concerts this year that the fans will be able to enjoy on 29th and 30th of October at Bitefartcafe club.

The Heavies will be the second performers at this year’s Musicology Barcaffè Sessions season, which will feature also incredible artists such as Hindi Zahra and Cory Wong from „Vulfpeck“.

Tickets can be purchased via www.tickets.rs & www.ddtickets.rs

Info:
063377483
www.musicology.rs

nov
7
Čet
Cory Wong from Vulfpeck @ Bitefartcafe
nov 7 @ 22:00 – nov 8 @ 01:00
Cory Wong from Vulfpeck @ Bitefartcafe | Beograd | Srbija

Vulfpeck’s secret weapon, rhythm guitarist Cory Wong, is coming to Belgrade for the first time!

Tickets can be purchased via www.tickets.rs & www.ddtickets.rs
Info:
+38163377483
www.musicology.rs