The Floozies to play Crystal Bay Casino as part of ‘Mountain of Funk’
If you go
What: The Floozies
When: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6
Where: Crystal Bay Casino
While Kansas isn’t exactly synonymous with electronic music, a duo from Lawrence, Kan., will bring its guitar- and drum-based electronic sounds to the North Shore Friday.
The Floozies, which performed at 2014’s SnowGlobe Festival in South Lake Tahoe, will take the stage at Crystal Bay Casino Friday night as part of the Casino’s “Mountains of Funk” series.
“The Floozies are producer/guitarist Matt Hill and drummer Mark Hill,” according to the act’s online biography. “These two brothers are bringing their fresh approach to electronic music and live performance to venues and festivals all over the country. The duo’s combination of cutting edge electronic production and party rocking funk energizes crowds and turns venues into epic dance parties.”
Friday’s show is the second of three “Mountain of Funk” shows at Crystal Bay Casino this week. Boston funk band Lettuce performs Thursday and jam king Keller Williams performs Saturday as part of the series.
Chicago’s Manic Focus and Oregon’s SugarBeats open Friday’s show.
“Manic Focus isn’t your typical electronic dance music,” according to the producer’s website. “ His first album, ‘Definition of the Rhythm,’ provides a broad array of musical creations, from energized hip-hop hits to tranquil grooves with funky flow. His dark bass lines and popping beats drive the tracks along, while spellbinding melodies and carefully-chosen vocal samples entrance the listener.”
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