Archive for 2010

Back to the Bowery

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

We’re back at the Bowery Poetry Club on April 9th for another great set of our patented SuperFunk.  We’ll be joined by the ol’ “Horns of Doom” (Jeff Pierce, Justin Flynn and Rafi Malkiel) and Superman Seth on percussion.  The band never sounds better than when we’re at the BPC, so don’t miss it!

Afroskull live at the Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery, NYC
Friday, April 9, 2010 – 8pm

In other news:

Sullivan Hall – Feb. 26

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

We’re back at Sullivan Hall in late February for the first time in a couple of years and we are extremely psyched to be playing at one of the city’s premiere venues for funky music.  We’re part of a great night of music on Feb. 26th that also includes Colour Reporter, Otis (it’s their CD release party) and Ben Ruttenburg. We’ll scheduled to do our thing at 9:30pm.  The band is absolutely on fire lately, so don’t miss it!  Tickets are already available at TicketWeb.

Also:

  • If you missed our live set on WFMU a couple of weeks ago, you can stream it from Irene’s playlist page.
  • Our long-awaited return to the festival stage is coming on April 24th, when we drop a midnight set at Some Kind of Jam 5 in Schuylkill Haven, PA.  SKOJ gets bigger every year and we are excited to be a part of it.
  • And don’t forget, To Obscurity and Beyond is now available from our own online store, as well as several of our favorite online music retailers.

Two live sets comin’ up this week

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

Join us for two monster sets of Afroskull music this week, courtesy of WFMU radio and the Parkside Lounge.

First up, our first ever live radio performance!  Tune in to WFMU at 4pm on Monday as we join host Irene Trudel for a full hour of live Afroskull from WFMU’s studios in Jersey City.  Stream it at wfmu.org or tune in to 91.1FM in the NYC area.

Then on Friday 1/22, we’re back at our home base in New York City, the Parkside Lounge.  We’ll hit the stage a little after 8pm for another set that will knock you the funk out.