Initially, it was the love of Bhangra and the desire to perform live music that brought together this group of talented friends. In 2007, finding the need to flex their creative muscle, En Karma began writing and recording their own style of Bhangra music. Having toured vastly across North America and Europe, En Karma has embarked on a journey that has lead them to be the pioneers of Global Live Bhangra! They have accompanied and shared the stage with many famous North American and International artists such as Malkit Singh, Sam Roberts just mention a few.
No need to pull down the curtains as yet, or prance around like you’re frolicking through the Alps.
We do however want to hear your best version of doe, errr do, with thanks to the fine folks from The Dø. They’re wanting you to record your own do and send it on through. The winning entry will be used by the band and added to a new track. Read all about the ingenious idea here.
The band is also set to embark on a mammoth tour, taking in dates across North America and Canada. We at The Musebox totally endorse the wearing of The Dø merchandise whilst you’re at their shows. That said, loads of awesome goodies can be purchased over here.
09/07 Mercury Lounge, New York
09/08 The Bell House, Brooklyn
09/09 La Sala Rossa, Montreal
09/10 The Envol et Macadam Fest, Quebec City 09/11 The Mod Club, Toronto
09/13 Schubas Tavern, Chicago
09/14 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis
09/17 Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver
09/18 Crocodile Cafe, Seattle
09/19 Doug Fir Lounge, Portland
09/21 Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco
09/22 Troubadour, Los Angeles
For more info, jump on over their Myspace page.
Last minute roll call for all those New Yawkers keen for some amazing music and after work drinks care of Absolut Vodka.
Full event info is here on Facebook. Plus, Living Days get interviewed by Brooklyn Industries before their big Indie Music Nights show tomorrow.
Get the scoop on Living Days over here at Brooklyn Industries' blog.
Last chance to RSVP here.
Our favorite Piss Drunk Punk Rock Blues Exploders, The Polymorphines have been named our Canadian Artist of the Week. Their unabashed rock and hard working ethos make them the perfect candidates for such an honor!
Check out their tour dates below or pick up ‘Let Love Fly‘ for free here.
Starting August 12th…
8/12 Kinston - The Mansion
8/13 Montreal - Quai des Brumes
8/14 Sherbrooke - Bar Le Magog
8/15 Quebec City - L’Agitee
8/18 Fredricton - Boom Nightclub
8/19 Halifax - Gus’ Pub
8/20 Charlottetown - Baba’s Lounge
8/22 Moncton - Plan B
8/25 Stephenville - Clancy’s
8/26 Grand Falls / Windsor - Kelly’s Pub
8/27 St. John’s - CGTB’s
Without further ado, we introduce you to the Canadian Artist of the Week - The Polymorphines
Our favorite Swedish pop band Sambassadeur (ok, maybe it’s a tie between them and The Radio Dept.) released the debut video “I Can Try” from their recent album EUROPEANS a couple weeks ago. Like everything else about the band, it’s beautiful, elegant, and just a little fanciful… See it now at Stereogum, who says it’s “sorta like Charles Dickens meets Huck Finn meets Laurie Anderson in the Swedish countryside.”