- February 20, 2016
6:00 pm - 11:55 pm
Suggested Donation at the door: $10 (all door proceeds go to WMNF). Ringside will be donating 15% of bar sales to WMNF
Displace is a psychedelic, funk-fusion outfit with disco and jazz influences based out of Tampa. Known for their high energy, catchy vocals, and stirring improvisational passages, this dynamic genre-blending platform is a highly sought after, rising talent in the Southeast.
Flat Land: With a depth of sound all their own, Flat Land layers dreamy melodies over flashes of Stevie Wonder tinged funk and the occasional chaos of avant-garde blues revivalist Jack White. Frontwoman/violinist Fae Nageon de Lestang’s voice cuts through the sound, equal parts Billie Holiday and Florence and the Machine. Songs weave from afro-latin flavored riffs and soul-drenched rock-and-roll on a whim, bringing listeners on a sonic adventure where they’re sure to need their dancing shoes.
The Happy Campers play a fresh blend of funk, rock n’ roll, jamtronica, and reggae served straight from the sunshine state. Currently based in central Florida, The Happy Campers play exciting and diverse sets that are sure to have your head bobbing and booty shaking. With the addition of guitarist/vocalist Sean “Legacy” Maloney and drummer/percussionist Ian McLeod, new life has been drawn into their jovial caravan as they push the limits of genre and melody while still keeping things fresh and organic. The Happy Campers strive to bring a great time to the dance floor and write catchy songs that will keep fans begging for more. Together, this eclectic 4 piece looks to make a major impact on the flourishing jam circuit.
Venue: Ringside Cafe