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Sep
20
Loud apt. @ Galapagos Art Space

NYC, New York, USA

NYC, New York, USA

Feb
18
Loud apt. @ The door lounge

NYC, New York, USA

NYC, New York, USA

Aug
08
Loud apt. @ Drom

NYC, New York, USA

NYC, New York, USA

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We have 6 tracks currently available to be downloaded on our website which will be officially released this September. We have also recorded a full album which will be released this January.

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During the past three years, NYC based band Loud Apartment has blazed a trail across the city�s club scene, captivating audiences with a hybrid sound that blends rock and funk melodies with percussive Latin rhythms. Led by singer and keyboardist Nevaris, the band formed at the multimedia, multi-genre performance showcase known as Uncomun where they served as the backing band to a diverse lineup of artists including some of the best underground hip-hop, reggae, rock, funk, electronic, and Latin jazz acts in the city. Their self-titled debut album under the name Loud Apartment, now available from Nolej Records, is a striking testament to the band�s dynamic musical roots. Each track evokes a distinct mood�from the beautiful Santana-esque guitar lines on �Gimme Some Love,� the frantic intensity of �Siberia,� to the propulsive disco bass of �Hope you feel for me� that can jump-start any dancefloor. The Loud Apartment CD was produced by Nevaris and mixed by Bill Laswell (Matisyahu, Mick Jagger, Herbie Hancock) and features 13 tracks that showcase the band�s musical dexterity. Loud Apartment are naturally adept at playing numerous styles, often within the same track. This musical depth is fully showcased on tracks such as �Bliss Groove� which blends ballad-like lyrics and melody over funk beats and reggae vocals contributed by international dancehall artist Hawkman. These styles come together so seamlessly that it�s no wonder Nevaris is reluctant to categorize his music under one genre. �Call it post-funk if you must,� he says.