Pipeline has partnered with Goodfoot Lounge on SE Stark & 29th, and we are giving away tickets to many of their shows. To win, comment on this post WHICH SHOW & WHY YOU'D LIKE TO ATTEND. Winners drawn and emailed Friday, November 26 at 3PM.
From our partners at Goodfoot Lounge:
Friday, November 26, 2010
SOUL STEW FEATURING DJ AQUAMAN @ 9:00pm
The classic Friday night of funk, soul and breakbeats with DJ Aquaman. $5
Saturday, November 27th, 2010
ZACH DEPUTY, KORY QUINN BAND @ 9:00pm
There is nothing out there like Zach Deputy. Truly a one-man band, he is a powerhouse of performance, technical chops, and one hell of a charismatic presence. What Zach does is live looping: layering sounds through the magic of technology to create a full band effect. He isn't the only performer out there doing this, but he has taken the technique to the next level. First and foremost, however, Zach Deputy is a songwriter, a shredding guitarist and a soulful singer with a 4+ octave vocal range.
He can also drop freestyle rhymes with the best of them. The Zach Deputy sound is essentially roots rock, but in his case the roots are in soul, calypso and dancehall, underpinned by driving hip-hop, rock steady, Motown and Stax backbeats created with his layered vocal beatboxing. On top of the backbeat, Zach Deputy's nylon strings pull multiple duties as bass, rhythm and lead guitar. Riding over that, a plethora of sounds— keyboard, steel drums and an entire horn section— come pumping and grinding out of the speakers when Zach takes the stage. He is a one man dance party, but he can also bring an audience to rapt attention with a heartfelt love ballad. As his High Sierra performance this year can attest, Zach is currently killin' it when he takes the stage. $8