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Beats Antique w/ Too Many Zooz, Thriftworks 

When: Thu., Oct. 20 2016

Modern meets antique

Beats Antique, following its 10th studio release, comes to the Music Farm to showcase their eclectic routine, a display of shadow boxing, storytelling, and music, combining both electronic and acoustic vibes. David Satori and Tommy Cappel get down with steampunk-esque rhythms, complete with choreography by Zoe Jakes who delves into many different world cultures. The artists take their inspiration from Indonesian shadow puppetry, as well as Russian folk tales and Indian classical dance. “We’re here to tell a story,” Sartori states and, with that, they mesmerize audiences through the juxtaposition of the modern (beats) and classic (antique). Too Many Zoos, a brass jazz group with focuses on Caribbean and New Orleans dance music, and Thriftworks, an experimental electronic artist who loves to play with synths and modern bass, will also perform.
— Erin Davis
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