Pax Humana, Milan, SUMI, Jasmine K, Dylan Golden

Sat Jul 19 2014

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Slake

251 West 30th Street New York, NY 10001

Ages 18+

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  • Pax Humana

    Pax Humana

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    Electronic production & performance duo, Pax Humana concocted by Brian Lindgren and Samir Zarif.

    Brian Lindgren originally from Upstate New York, graduated from the Eastman School of Music with a degree in Viola Performance studying under John Graham. There he discovered electronic music through his friends and furthered his studies with Alan Schindler at the Eastman Computer Music Center. In 2006, he moved to New York City to pursue his career as a musician. He first freelanced as a violist and violinist performing and recording with many groups and artists including Alarm Will Sound and Tyondai Braxton. He has also performed abroad in Italy, Austria and England. Besides performing, he was on the music faculty at City and Country School (2009-2013) where he also started an electronic music composition program. After being selected to participate in the Vox Novus 60x60 project (2009, 2010), his compositions were performed abroad in England, Ireland, Germany, Romania and Argentina. He has also been commissioned to compose music for art exhibitions featuring Brian Reed and Anton Kandinsky. He primarily focuses now on his electronic music duo, Pax Humana, with Samir Zarif. This has brought him to collaborate with many artists of diverse backgrounds. 

    Samir Zarif originally from Houston, TX, moved to New Orleans to study jazz performance & composition at the University of New Orleans (UNO) with film-scorer, Terrance Blanchard. In 2004, he migrated to New York attending the Manhattan School of Music (MSM) as a graduate student of Jazz Studies and saxophone performance. He then quickly integrated himself into the music scene as a saxophonist touring throughout the United States, Canada & Europe in many noted bands and ensembles such as Miguel Zenon's Identities Big Band, the Hans Glawischnig Trio, Soulful Symphony and the Ric Molina Group performing at world-renowned venues and halls such as Carnegie Hall (NYC) and Bimhuis (Amsterdam). Simultaneous to a well-established career as a saxophonist, Zarif has also began to gain prestige as a music producer. In 2009, he was commissioned to film-score a collection of short films by Donna Cameron, a noted trans-media artist, who later debuted their works at the Museum of Modern Art. The project ignited Zarif's passion for electronic music, seeing a new spectrum of possibilities toward his love of composition and scoring. Soon after, Brian Lindgren and Samir Zarif began working together, eventually forming their electronic duo, Pax Humana.

  • Milan

    Milan

    Dance

    Milán is the music of Maria Neckam, who has made a name for herself on the international stage as a unique and versatile singer/songwriter coming out of the New York downtown scene. She has been praised by the press -- from the New York Times to NPR's "A Blog Supreme," and Le Monde in France -- as a "trailblazer," and "natural wonder." She has also lent her voice to countless other artists' projects, such as: four-time Grammy award winner Erykah Badu, composer Ted Hearne and the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra, HipHop producer Mesta Bish, and Indie Rock artist David Bronson.

  • SUMI

    SUMI

    Dance

    SUMI is an electronic and pop singer/songwriter originally from Japan now living in New York City.

    In 2013 SUMI began working together with electronic & pop producer, Samir Zarif (paxhumanamusic.com). Since the start of their work together, they have produced several songs that will be released this year (2014). Her music concocts an interesting mix of pop, electronic and orchestral styles combining lyrics in both Japanese and English.

    SUMI is currently working on her first EP will be released this Summer.

  • Jasmine K

    Jasmine K

    Dance

  • Dylan Golden

    Dylan Golden

    Urban

    Dylan Golden is a Hip-hop artist born and raised in Miami Fl, However Dylan Recently moved to Harlem New York in October of 2012 and more recently is living in Brooklyn to continue his quest on accomplishing his goals, while living out the "American Dream." Dylan first started rapping when he was 12 years old when he bought his first album Nas "God Son", but it wasn't until he performed for his entire Middle School at the annual talent show where he really found his passion for performing. Dylan has been working on his newest project #GOLDEN, which is set to release summer 2014. He recently released "Treasures of the Heart" (a free Lp) which was released March of 2013. Dylan has already released four music videos for the project, which include "Life is Golden" Ft. Keilah Rose, the title track "Treasures of the Heart", the hit single “Drive” and the acclaimed thought provoking banger “Screwed over”, which whom Womazing.com expressed "This is ART. Dylan Golden is a unique artist that really incorporates the artistry in his music. Don’t sleep on this guy." Dylan has performed all over Miami Fl, and is now performing in many different New York venues. Dylan Golden describes his music as “Hip hop music that frees the soul. Good vibrations, different, dope, innovative, creative, skilled, positive, motivating, and powerful. Basically take the entire sub genre of Hip-hop, mix them in a pot full of your grandmothers best homemade soup and I'm pretty much what you get”. Dylan Golden Has been branding his movement G.$.M (Golden State of Mind) which has gained an abundance of support and positive reinforcement.

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Pax Humana feat. Milan, SUMI, Jasmine K plus Dylan Golden

Sat Jul 19 2014 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Slake New York NY
Pax Humana, Milan, SUMI, Jasmine K, Dylan Golden
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