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General News / January 23, 2017

An evening of neo-soul is taking place in Dublin this Tuesday

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General News / January 23, 2017

An evening of neo-soul is taking place in Dublin this Tuesday

“…beautiful, lyrically-focused music with a jazzy, hip-hop, neo-soul essence, prepare to have your mind and soul dipped in molasses.”

 

Vice & Verses are hosting a night of spoken word and ‘lyrically focused music’ in the decadent confines of The Liquor Rooms on Wellington Quay.

According to V&V, “the night is inspired by the Nuyorican Poets Café in New York City, a legendary Lower East Side venue where many African-African and Puerto Rican spoken word artists elevated the artform to new heights, and where the likes of Saul Williams and Aja Monet launched their careers.”

It features musician and writer Clara Rose Thornton, plus two international artists, soul singer/songwriter NC Grey and collective Rhythm Africana led by vocalist Justine Nantale.

Click here for more information and tickets.