DJ Le Spam and Spam Allstars blend improvisational electronic elements and turntables with latin, funk hip hop and dub to create what they call electronic descarga. It’s not a known genre. It’s hard to describe. It attracts many types of people. But as they look out and see people dancing salsa, next to break-dancers, and festival-goers driving for hours to catch a show – they know something very special is going on. The group was formed by Andrew Yeomanson a/k/a DJ Le Spam, who was raised in Toronto, Bogota and London, and has called Miami home since 1993. He got is start by playing guitar in Haitian band Lavalas, and recording and touring wit Miami based artist Nil Lara. Along the way he added to his vinyl collection, and off the road he would DJ locally. These DJ gigs evolved into collaborations with live musicians, performing on an Internet radio show, recording in his home studio and the first of many residencies combining his samplers and DJ skills with a live band. In 202, Spam Allstars began a weekly residency at Hoy Como Ayer in Little Havana, which continues today. In 2003 they started monthly residencies in New York City, Gainesville, Tampa, Atlanta and New Orleans, and playing nationally wherever people would host them. Today they perform 200+ shows, and average 56,000 miles each year. They still do the weekly in Little Havana, and have monthlies in Miami and Miami Beach.
Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band
It began as a party, grew into a band, evolved into a sound, and emerged as an institution. Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band (aka the Booty Band) has gone through many changes since their fated onset in 2002. Today they are ready to shake the world, one cheek at a time.
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band is: Lee Allen (drums), Mary Frances (keys, vocals), Greg Hollowell (saxophones, ﬂute), Derrick Johnson (trombone), Al Al Ingram (bass, vocals), and JP Miller (guitar, vocals).
DJ Methods on the 1s and 2s!
21+. $10 cover. Doors open 10PM.
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