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Le Mondo

MUSIC: Basher (New Orleans) + Konjur Collective (Baltimore)

The spirits of New Orleans and Bmore align! Join us for a unbearably-beautiful night of soul-charging sounds to move your body to.

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MUSIC: Basher (New Orleans) + Konjur Collective (Baltimore)
MUSIC: Basher (New Orleans) + Konjur Collective (Baltimore)

Time & Location

Jun 29, 2023, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Le Mondo, 406 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA

About The Event

Join us Thursday, June 29th as Basher (New Orleans) and Le Mondo house-favorites Konjur Collective (Baltimore) join forces for an energizing and inspiring night of music! [MORE ON ARTISTS HERE]

DOORS: 7PM

SHOW: 8PM

TICKETS BELOW: $15

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

BASHER Basher is New Orleans' "free jazz party band'' playing highly improvisational dance music with a rock energy and  a jazz spirit, propelled by two drumsets, analog synthesizers and two  horns. Led by saxophonist and composer Byron Asher, Basher has garnered  the adoration of the New Orleans creative music scene with its  combination of danceable grooves, anthemic melodies, and wild clash of  acoustic and electronic textures. They've been playing listening rooms,  dive bars, train tunnels, and arenas across the US since 2017. In 2022,  they released their new LP "Doubles" on Sinking City Records, which  Downbeat gave 4 stars, claiming it "slaps," and Pitchfork called  "unbearably beautiful."

ABOUT KONJUR COLLECTIVE

Konjur Collective incorporates the talents of a host of musicians and artists - including Jamal Moore, Bashi Rose, and Show Azar.  Our sounds form a creative improvisational mash-up of free artistic  expression for the advancement of Black Music and culture. Inspired by the pulse of Bmore, hip-hop, free Jazz, Black Radical politics  and spiritual/musical practices of the African Diaspora, we believe that people of African descent should reconnect to our ancestors,  history, and identity in a rebellious, creative, and liberating way that  contributes to a future void of commercialism and watered-down Black expression.

Tickets

  • General Admission

    $15.00
    +$0.38 service fee

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