with Caroline Rose + Zoë Brecher (Sad13) + Noga Shefi + Joy Morales, Little Kruta + H3R, Brittany Campbell + Maya Lazaro + Kat Ferber & Joy Elysse + Bria Monet + Adi Meyerson + Taylor Zaro + Savannah Harris
Mon May 15th, 2017
Minimum Age: 21+
Doors Open: 7:30PM
Show Time: 8:00PM
Event Ticket: $12 / $20
Day of Show: $15 / $25
*This is an LPR Presents event at Good Room: 98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222*
General Admission: $12 advance, $15 day of show
First come first serve seating and standing room
VIP Ticket: $20 advance, $25 day of show
VIP Ticket includes:
– Reserved prime seat
– Raaka Chocolate Bar
– Madewell discount card for 20% off
HUM PACK – Series Pass: $60 [Click here to purchase]
HUM PACK includes:
– GA Ticket to next 4 Hum shows (5/8, 5/15 & 5/22 at Good Room + 5/25 at LPR)
– Raaka Chocolate bar
– New Wash Shampoo by Hairstory
– Madewell tote, stuffed with jean card (free pair of jeans)
In its 5th season, The Hum is a unique all-female music series with an emphasis on collaborations between musicians who have never played together before. Its goal is to unite and empower solidarity between the eclectic community of women who make music in New York City and beyond. The Hum also hopes to foster a larger audience for these artists by providing a platform that showcases their artistry in a new and exciting way.
Over 150 musicians have participated in The Hum to date, and over 60 more will join the series this May 2017. Past Hum artists include Kimbra, Kaki King, Rachael Price (Lake Street Dive), Yuka Honda (Cibo Matto), Olga Bell, Mirah, members of The Cranberries, Cat Power, MIA, Tune-Yards and many more.
The series features a diverse range of women who play music, welcoming musicians in various genres, instrumentations, and aesthetic, from emerging to established artists.
More About The Hum:
“This inventive weekly residency brings together female musicians across genres for collaboration” – The New York Times
“This platform has given much-needed visibility to female musicians…” – Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls
“The Hum is as much about exposing women artists to each other as it is about exposing women artists to the world.” – The Village Voice
Caroline Rose + Zoë Brecher (Sad13) + Noga Shefi + Joy Morales
Hi, my name is Caroline Rose. I write songs, produce songs, and perform songs. My genre is called “Schizodrift” aka “Music For the Partygoing Manic-Depressive”. My debut record on Mom+Pop records will be released at some point this year (2017).
Zoë Brecher (Sad13)
Zoë Brecher began playing drums at age 9 and immediately ran into two obstacles: She was female and left-handed. Even buying equipment with her father was a problem because the male-dominated field didn’t think she could possibly be serious. And teachers tried for two years to make her drum right-handed until a genius teacher named Ronnie said, duh, it would be easier to switch the kit than switch Zoë. Zoë studied music throughout her years at Trinity School in New York City and played – mostly jazz – in the school’s premier band. She did the same as an honors student at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Her first national tour was with Total Slacker. Her second, and her first formal appearance at SXSW, was with Oberhofer, who recently appeared in the movie, and performed the music for, “Table 19” with Anna Kendrick. Her third was with Sad13, the project of Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz, with whom she’s set to play SWSX 2017. Zoë’s solo passion project is HUSHPUPPY. She lives in New York City.
Noga Shefi is an accomplished musician, bass and guitar player based in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Israel, Noga first came to the US to study bass guitar at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. Graduating with honors in 2012, she came to New York and promptly got the work playing studio sessions and live shows. Known for her deep rhythmic groove and exquisite tonality, Noga is an in-demand bassist having recorded with toured with Delicate Steve, Zula, The Due Diligence and many many others. As of 2016 she is also a certified yoga teacher, bringing her command of human energy to the healing arts.
Little Kruta + H3R
Little Kruta is a new contract orchestra for any and all artists, a collective of NYC’s illest strings, brass, and rhythm performers created to keep a positive, groovy vibe both on-stage and in-studio. The creators – a violinist and a cellist, both active performers of many genres in NYC – came together to create this orchestra after years of sessions and performances that just didn’t feel quite right. Playing with scores of musicians whom you’ve never met, who don’t know and don’t necessarily care what the music means, who are only present for a paycheck and some competition? It wasn’t fun anymore, and from the angst came the drive to create something where musicians could love not only their jobs but also love, and so truly vibe with, the people with whom they’re playing! Little Kruta offers original orchestrations, string + brass arrangements, instrumental soloists, backup + solo vocalists, along with production for any genre you can imagine, with special skills in hip hop, soul, and RnB.
Recent credits include: Shawn Mendes, Common, Yuna, De La Soul, Estelle, BJ The Chicago Kid, Aminé, and K.Flay. TV credits include: Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Joy Elysse + Bria Monet + Adi Meyerson + Taylor Zaro + Savannah Harris
Elysse is a Brooklyn-based vocalist and composer who creates cinematic, genre-bending music.
The daughter of jazz saxophonist Don Hanson, Elysse was raised on the sounds of Antonio Carlos Jobim, Sarah Vaughan, Burt Bacharach, and Stevie Wonder. Homeschooled through grade school, she attended Princeton University, where she majored in English Literature and joined her first band.
After graduating, Elysse returned to her native NYC to pursue a graduate degree in journalism and culture studies at NYU. While there, she explored wide-ranging sounds and styles while performing in jazz, folk, indie, and psychedelic salsa groups all over NYC.
It was also during her time at NYU that she discovered songwriting, taking cues from her many musical influences to cultivate a panoramic, yet intimate songwriting style propelled by her passion for words and imagery.
In 2016, she partnered with Joe Harrison and Rahm Silverglade to produce her debut single “Eve,” which premiered on The 405 in September of 2016. Elysse’s debut EP will arrive in early Summer 2017.
Adi Meyerson is an Israeli-raised Bassist and Composer.
Since her move to New York in 2012, Adi has already started to make an impact on the NYC jazz scene and earn her title as an up and coming young talent. She has played with many local greats such as Joel Frahm, Joe Magnarelli, Steve Nelson, Champian Fulton, Charli Persip and many others around the NYC area in highly known venues such as Mezzrow, Smalls jazz, Fat Cat, Smoke Jazz, Minton’s, Zinc Bar, Dizzy’s Coca Cola, and others.
Adi also leads her own band, The “Adi Meyerson Quartet + 1” and performs regularly in NYC. The band will record it’s debut album in 2017.