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natalie prass

adeline

DATE

FRIDAY, AUGUST 09, 2019 

7:30PM Doors / 8:00PM Show

RAIN OR SHINE
 

TICKETS

$20 ADV / $25 Day of Show
General Admission - Standing

21+
 

LOCATION

Industry City Courtyard 1-2
(Food Hall Entrance)

238 36th Street, 

Brooklyn, NY 11232

natalie prass

Though she’d been honing her craft and paying her dues for years, Natalie Prass first emerged to international acclaim in 2015, when her debut record earned its rightfully rapturous reception. Rolling Stone swooned for the Virginia native’s “beguiling voice and refined taste,” while Pitchfork praised her album as a “smoldering perspective on passionate romance,” and The New Yorker simply called it “timeless.” She appeared on the Martin Scorsese-helmed HBO series Vinyl, performed on the BBC’s Later… With Jools Holland, and CBS This Morning, and racked up more than ten million streams on Spotify. Before long, she was headlining dates around the world and playing festival stages from Bonnaroo and Rock En Seine to End Of The Road and Forecastle.

 

Her 2018 follow up  ‘The Future And The Past,’ is a stunning work of art and a powerful feminist statement from an artist who’s only just begun to tap into the full range of her considerable powers. Reuniting Prass with producer and long-time friend Matthew E. White, the album is at once celebratory and defiant, capturing all the joy, frustration, fear and hope inherent in modern womanhood as it synthesizes the influence of everything from vintage gospel and 80’s pop to 90’s R&B and Brazilian Tropicália. Prass displays a rare gift for transcending time and place in her songwriting, tapping into age-old struggles for autonomy and equality that resonate profoundly in the present.

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Adeline

A French-Caribbean juggernaut who sings, plays bass, writes and produces her own music. Adeline (pronounced adaleen) dominates any stage she performs on and captures her audience not only with her powerful voice but with her funky bass playing, daring personal style and soulful yet seductive dance moves. Born and raised in Paris, she moved to New York to realize her dreams, making Brooklyn her home.

Eager to express her individuality through her music, she fuses feminine prowess with brutish, powerful funk, soulful R&B and slinky disco. Her bass playing is dirty, her moves are sultry and her high range voice is unstoppable. She's a bombshell that stretches herself as an artist and performer and continually refines her craft.

 Adeline’s dedication, talent and style have led to critical acclaim and accolades from publications across music and fashion. Named one of the “10 Most Stylish Women in Music”, the “chameleon-french fashionista” has been featured in Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Vogue, Pitchfork, T Magazine, In Style, Refinery 29, V magazine, Nylon, Vulture, Lucky, Allure & L’Officiel.

With a Rolling Stone “Top 50 Albums of the Year” under her belt as the voice and face of the lauded Nu-Disco band Escort, she has fearlessly taken center stage at major festivals including Coachella, Montreal Jazz Fest, Full Moon Festival where she showcased her indomitable stage presence, bass playing and powerful vocals. And as a bass player she has been enlisted regularly to tour for Ceelo including Afropunk 2016 and Rock in Rio in 2017.

 

NOW Adeline is stepping out and writing a new chapter as a solo artist.

 

With musical influences essential to any history lesson in funk, R&B and disco, her upcoming album Café Au Lait - which she co-produced (with Morgan Wiley) wrote & played bass on - gives nods to Chaka Khan, Prince, Curtis Mayfield & Sylvester while staying contemporary. Slated for a fall 2018 release, it will be found on must listen playlists and the airwaves soon.

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Industry City  courtyard 1-2

238 36th St. Brooklyn, NY 11232
(Food Hall Entrance)

Subway  D   N   R  to 36th Street, Brooklyn