Thu, November 1st

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER: Día de los Muertos: La Sabrosa Sabrosura & Escarioka


Doors 10:00 pm
Show 10:30 pm
Advance Price $10
Door Price $10
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

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Día de los Muertos: La Sabrosa Sabrosura & Escarioka Live

Dias de los Muertos

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Escarioka is a multicultural collective that started at the end of 2002 in Elizabeth NJ, the band is an explosion of energy that mixes rock 'n' roll and hard-core dub tropical raggamuffin and more flavors from around the world. The band is led by Ezequiel & Pablo D'Ambrosio, Cristobal Miranda Hidalgo and Fernando Alvarez. The meaning of Escarioka is to keep on sharing the party with positive messages against falseness of people and society in general and how to combat your ego and the everyday life and lots of hope in the lyrics and everyone to enjoy ''el bailongo'' (the party).

Escarioka is considered to be the World Music band of the Latin Scene in New York City, opening for bands such as Gogol Bordello, Ska-P, Los Destellos,Chico Trujillo, Fidel Nadal, Mimi Maura, Sergio Rotman (Los Fabulosos Cadillacs) and many more. In 2011, Escarioka released its first album ''Factor Sabor."

La Sabrosa Sabrosura

La Sabrosa Sabrosura

The story of La Sabrosa Sabrosura begins with Los Yerberos, led by Mexico City's Mariano Spindola, which was an important band in the reggae scene in Mexico, having been the first and only Mexican reggae band signed by a multinational record label, BMG-Ariola. The band toured the length and breadth of Mexico for over 10 years and produced four albums between 1992 and 2002.

Fast forward five years. Inspired by the sound of Mexican cumbia artists such as Rigo Tovar, Chicoche and Celso Piña, Spindola moved towards a new direction. On a lovely night in 2007, a cool musical style was born in Mexico City: CUMBIABOMBA: a mix of cumbia, reggae, funk, ska, and electro beats. Led by Spindola, La Sabrosa Sabrosura formed as an effort to bring back the spirit of his successful earlier band. Beginning with their second CD in 2009, Claudia Mendoza joined the band as lead female singer, adding a shaking funk to the sound that Spindola had been developing from the band's inception. In 2010, La Sabrosa Sabrosura spent five months in Thailand, playing dozens of gigs in Bangkok and several other cities. In 2011, the band toured Europe, playing two dozen gigs in Spain, Germany and Holland. This will be their first tour of the United States.