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Feedel Band's Ethiopian Funk Live In Harlem This Friday

DC's Feedel Band are set to bring their Ethiopian funk live at Silvana's in Harlem this Friday, March, 7th.


NYC friends and fam, head to Silvana in Harlem this Friday for a night of Ethiopian funk courtesy of DC's Feedel Band. Inspired by Ethiopian legends the likes of Ibex and Roha Band, the ethio-jazz group have been making waves around DC with their vintage Ethiopique sound. Look out for the group's Addis-born saxophonist Moges Habte on Ethiopiques 13 playing cult classic "Muziqawi Silt" alongside the iconic Walias Band. Feedel Band are currently working on a full-length release with Gogol Bordello's Thomas Goben (to be released via Electric Cowbell). Until then, sample a taste of their signature jazz funk below and join us and Feedel Band this Friday, March 7th, at Silvana in Harlem.

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