Nadia Harris, lead singer of the local band Agape, is without a doubt one of the city's best female vocalists. An effusive, instantly likeable live performer, Harris switches between a reggae croon, a soul wail, and any number of other flexible vocal stylings -- all sometimes in one song. With producer Erick Paredes, in Agape she's created one of the tightest, most danceable acts on the local live circuit.
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Check the surrealist clip below, along with full details for the band's EP release party tonight at the Florida Room. More cool points: Maseo of De La Soul is DJing. (We're also jealous we're missing the band's upcoming NYC gig with another forward-thinking Crossfade favorite, King Britt). Expect more about Agape on Crossfade in the near future