Elastic Bond Taking On Physics at Transit Lounge Saturday
Now, I don't pretend to understand physics. Writers are inherently bad at math and sciences of all forms. So when I say I get Elastic Bond, you can take it for granted I'm not referring to a complex concept of atomic physics dealing with the distance between particles in a... well, it's not that. It's more like the difference between listening to Jimi and hearing Jimi, as Sidney Dean explains to Billy Hoyle in White Men Can't Jump. You might've listened to local band Elastic Bond before. But have you heard them?
If you have, you've no doubt relished in the smooth-as-cream vocals of one Sofy Encanto. Or delved into MC Orion's lyrical flows. You've basked in the schizophrenic musical landscape painted by musical director Andres Ponce, on keys and samplers, Buffalo Brown on guitar, trumpet player El David and percussionist "El Papayo" Corao. Elastic Bond's sound at once encompasses vast styles, from Latin to alternative to hip hop to funk, and they stop at countless points unmarked between.
Catch them this Saturday at Transit Lounge, where the cover is free and the beers are cheap, and hear Elastic Bond for yourself.
Elastic Bond play on Saturday, May 8 at Transit Lounge, 729 SW 1st Ave.
Show starts at 11 p.m. age 21 and up. 305-377-4628; transitlounge.us
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