LA MISA NEGRA, Deuce Eclipse, DJ Juan Data

Fri Mar 30 2018

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

The New Parish

1743 San Pablo Avenue Oakland, CA 94612

$15 ADV / $20 DOS

Ages 18+

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LA MISA NEGRA
Deuce Eclipse, DJ Juan Data

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  • LA MISA NEGRA

    LA MISA NEGRA

    Latin

    La Misa Negra is a 7-piece band from Oakland, California, known for their unique blend of heavyweight cumbia and high-energy, Afro-Latin music. On stage, they deliver an electrifying performance that explodes with infectious dance grooves and punk rock energy, powered by horn and accordion-driven riffs, a fierce rhythm section, and a vintage-inspired sound. Since their live debut in the fall of 2011, La Misa Negra has toured the country, sharing stages and festival bills with the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stevie Wonder, Lenny Kravitz, Thievery Corporation, SZA, Mon Laferte, Julieta Venegas, Ana Tijoux, Bomba Estereo, George Clinton, Antibalas, Budos Band, and Ozomatli. On the strength of their wild and one-of-a-kind shows, they have gained a reputation as one of the most exciting live bands to emerge from the Bay Area in recent years, garnering a diverse fan base that transcends musical, cultural, and generational divides.

  • Deuce Eclipse

    Deuce Eclipse

    Latin Hip-hop

    “We are blessed with our own style and I just want to voice mine. I know I have something important to say.” Emcee Deuce Eclipse is driven by a desire to express himself through music. His goal is to create an open universal sound, which he describes as “Freedom Style” or “Indigenous Noise.” Deuce spent his childhood immersed in music and has been rapping, beat-boxing and singing since he was nine. He draws influence from both his Nicaraguan heritage as well as the culture of Hip-Hop he grew up with. It is Deuce’s creative openness that enables him to create a unique sound that breaks the conventional bonds of culture and style. And though he has far exceeded those conventional bonds, his vision is deeply rooted in both the traditional Nicaraguan music his father would play on his guitar and the rhythmic expressive style of American 
    Hip-Hop. Deuce’s true talent lies in his ability to paint a vivid picture of where we are as a society by weaving compelling personal stories into his rhymes. “Music has always been with me. As I change, it changes. I learned how to grasp the concept of songwriting by rapping, watching and feeling. Using it to speak of the things I go through or see, things people have taught me or showed me in my life. I just try to express what is around me and inside me. Nurture that piece of myself that is for the world.”

  • DJ Juan Data

    DJ Juan Data

    Pop

    Born and raised in Caballito, a middle-class neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Juan Data discovered hip-hop and dance music culture at the early age of 13. While his parents wanted him to spend time outside practicing sports, he was locked in his room, The Laboratory, making mix tapes with songs recorded from the radio, practicing the newest breakdance moves, drawing comics or recording rap songs with his friends.
    During the mid-to-late 90's, while studying journalism in college, Juan Data became a major force in the underground hip-hop scene of his city, publishing the first magazine dedicated to the movement. In his spare time he kept on rapping both solo and with different groups.
    In 2001 Juan Data moved to California to pursue a career in music journalism. With his first paycheck he bought his first set of turntables and started DJing, something he wanted to do for many years but wasn't able to afford back in his home-town.
    Soon he was spinning records in Hollywood venues in between sets during "rock en español" shows, forcing him to expand his musical repertoire in unexpected directions.
    Two years later he moved to San Francisco and since then he has been playing, non stop, at house parties, clubs, bars, lounges, restaurants and concert venues all over the city and beyond.
    Still a freelance music journalist by day (and a comic book aficionado) Juan Data puts on his wrestler mask by night and transforms into his DJ alter-ego to rock the party with his characteristically eclectic play-list, experimental mixes and outrageous performances.

     

LA MISA NEGRA
Deuce Eclipse, DJ Juan Data

Fri Mar 30 2018 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

The New Parish Oakland CA
LA MISA NEGRA, Deuce Eclipse, DJ Juan Data
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$15 ADV / $20 DOS Ages 18+

Under 21 must buy $5 drink ticket at the door.