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Sound House: Latinx Beats with Mazacote
Thursday November 24, 2022 | 7 PM
Sound House this month welcomes JUNO-nominated world/Latin band Mazacote.
Join us an enjoy a world party vibe for all ages. Mazacote is a hard-hitting world/Latin band with deep roots in the music of Nicaragua, Mozambique and Colombia. Inspired by Afro-Caribbean percussion and tropical party sounds, they play brass-heavy Latin dance beats with a message. Their new politically-charged album PATRIA draws upon themes of identity, immigration and resistance, reflecting on the plight of those escaping violence and corruption in Latin America and around the world.
Sound House is MOA’s music series, now in its fourth season, featuring a fantastic and eclectic lineup of Vancouver bands and artists—from spoken word to hip hop to soul. Sound House is a celebration of culture and music, set in MOA’s Haida House, against a stunning backdrop of Northwest Coast art and architecture.
Gather around the toasty bonfire outside with friends and drinks, and let the scent of cedar inhabit your senses. Sound House delivers rhythmic delights on the last Thursday of every month.
Doors | 7 pm
Performance | 7:15 pm
Juno-nominated Mazacote is a hard-hitting world/latin band with deep roots in the music of Nicaragua, Mozambique and Colombia. Inspired by Afro-Caribbean percussion and tropical party sounds, they play brass-heavy Latin dance beats with a message. Their new politically-charged album PATRIA, on Justin Time/Nettwerk Music, draws upon themes of identity, immigration and resistance, reflecting on the plight of those escaping violence and corruption in Latin America and around the world. Mazacote performs across the globe at music festivals and concerts, bringing their world party vibes to audiences of all ages!
MOA's Haida House • $20 Regular; Free for Indigenous people (includes museum admission) Performance Program
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