This Friday at Shuffle: Animal Prince, Dionysus & Anemoia
Shuffle in Tampa offers a mind-expanding trio of bands Friday, April 14, with Animal Prince, Dionysus, and Anemoia providing a wide range of exciting and challenging music. Music begins at 7.
You’ve never seen or heard of Animal Prince before. Conceptually, the band features two musicians from Oakland, California, who were very familiar to Florida music fans for almost a decade before their departure to that other Bay area: Fae Nageon de Lestang and Grant McLeod of Flat Land. Their self-description reads “electro-acoustic sound melds classical violin, power-pop vocals, and vibrant synth.”
For this performance, Fae, violin and vocals, and McLeod, drums and keyboards, will be joined by two extremely talented area musicians from the band Katara: Natalie Depergola, drums and bass, and Seth Adam Lynn, keyboards, synths, and harp. The possibilities are endless!
Dionysus are a modern fusion band from Gainesville. They play with youthful enthusiasm and joy, with Ivan Padilla, drums; Jose Piñeiro, tenor saxophone; Sebastian Sayavendra, bass; and David Wells, keyboards and synths.
From Miami come Anemoia, a brilliant experimental trio with Aaron Lebos, guitar and lots of pedals and devices; Andres Ferret, bass; and Armando Lopez, drums. Another of Lebos’ outstanding projects, Abstract Citizen, played Shuffle last Friday (read about that here).
You won’t find another night like this for a long time. Shuffle on down. Thanks to Brokenmold Entertainment for another great night of music.