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Orlando's Shak Nasti to Perform Two Shows in South Florida

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One of Central Florida's most popular jam bands, Shak Nasti, is in town and playing a couple of shows--one in Fort Lauderdale, the other in Coral Gables. Langerado is just around the corner and if you want to get in an early jam fix, go check these guys out tonight and tomorrow night at a club near you.

From a Press Release

-- Born in 2004, Shak Nasti started synthesizing supple thumps and crystalline sheets of joy on top of snow peaked mountains. An aggregate of several genres, the Shak managed to coalesce the biproducts into one tantilizing thing. The band is about connecting to people, lyrically or musically, or sometimes physically. The music cannot be boxed into a specific movement or "club", so consider it a variety band, playing groove, drum'n'bass, reggae, Americana, and a little afro-beat.

Shak Nasti performs on Thursday, Feb 21 at 9 PM at the Dive Bar; 3233 N Ocean Blvd (A1A), Fort Lauderdale.They also perform on Friday, Feb 22 at 9 PM at the Titanic Brewery, 5813 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Both shows are free.

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