Tuesday, December 29, 2009

As we bring in the new year The AfroSonic Collective wishes to thank all of
you that have been with us and supported us through 2009!
Without you we surely wouldn't have been blessed with such an amazing
family of beautiful, diverse, soulful people !
The Providence Black Rep has always been the place we call home and while
they undergo changes in their organization
our plan is to continue to bring the best in
DEEP ROOTED MUSIK !

While we await our return to the Rep, we will be bringing you monthly doses of
that signature AfroSonic sound @ STATE ULTRA LOUNGE.
STATE is one of providences premier nitespots.
Boasting a wikked soundsystem, warm atmosphere, and amazing drinks,
we are sure you'll feel right at home with us there.

So SAVE THE DATE:
FRIDAY JAN 2TH

The AfroSonic Collective is proud to present
SPECIAL GUEST:

IAN FRIDAY
(Tea Party Music / NYC)



Monday, December 14, 2009

AfroSonic meets Chachi .....plus Low Water @ The Blk Rep Fri 12-18





The Black Rep continues it's highly popular Friday night live music series with performances by Rhode Island's favorite hip hop artist Chachi Carvalho and his Eleventh Island Band.

Opening the show is the band that Indie Rock Cafe calls one of the best indie rock bands of 2009 and "Best Band in Brooklyn", Low Water.

Come see these masters of their crafts clash in The Black Rep's beautiful Xxodus Cafe, and as always stick around as The Afrosonic Collective keep the music spinning til 2am.

It's beautiful people, beautiful atmosphere, and some beautiful music making Black Rep the place to be on Friday nights in Providence. Don't miss the night that has audiophiles and music lovers across the city talking.

Tickets only $5! $5 pitchers of "Afrosonic Rum Punch" available, and show up early for free food courtesy of our sponsors.

CHACHI & ELEVENTH ISLAND BAND, LOW WATER, AFROSONIC COLLECTIVE @ THE BLACK REP, FRIDAY DECEMBER 18

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

pics from AFROSONIC meets NOBLE SOCIETY

AMAZING VIBES THIS NIGHT @ AFROSONIC
BIG BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THAT ATTENDED
AND TO NOBLE SOCIETY FOR PUTTING
ON AN AMIZING SHOW

Friday, December 4, 2009

Pics from AfroSonic 11-20 & AfroSonic JUMP! 11-27

once again there were beautiful vibes both nights
thank you to all that attended!
we are truly blessed to have such amazing
people come thru week after week !!!














Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Dec 11th - special guest ABICAH SOUL (chicago)



Abicah Soul grew up in Chicago during the days of the Warehouse and Muzic Box, and his deejay sets and production—like those of friends Glenn Underground, Boo Williams, Paul Johnson, and Gene Hunt—are heavily influenced by the pioneering work of Frankie Knuckles and Ron Hardy. He began deejaying in 1983, when he was only 12 years old, and has been a staple in the Chi-town rave and club scene ever since, holding residencies at Smartbar, Club4, and Ohm and doing weekly radio gigs for WNUR 89.3 and prepartyradio.com.

As a producer, Abicah has landed releases on Classic, Jellybean, Nite Life Collective, Rush Hour, Wha? Roots, Seasons, and many other labels. An in-demand remixer, he has given tracks by Telepopmusik, Osunlade, Glenn Underground, Terry Hunter, Boddhi Satva, and many others the “Abicah” treatment. His signature soulful, deeply-rooted yet edgy afro-latin sound—evidenced by recent tracks such as “Musique de Ve” (Eargasmic)—is unique in dance music today and defies categorization. Imagine Joe Claussell collaborating with ¬me, or Isol├łe teaming up with Osunlade and you’re on the right track. His work has been compared to that of Jazzanova and Quentin Harris, and as a “DJ’s producer” he is one of the best-kept and most-cherished secrets in deep house. Indeed, a wide variety of deejays—from Brett Johnson and DJ Heather to Marques Wyatt, Blaze, and Gilles Peterson—have featured his tracks on their Mix CDs
 

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