Big Blue World has a vibrant sound that moves seamlessly across musical borders, embracing the spectrum of world beat textures mixed with solid songwriting…and a healthy dose of reggae, W. African and psychedelic rock.
Dj spinning scratching mixing for you pleasure everything from reggae to hip hop and tons of EDM
Low key looping with a couple friends jumping in.
Don’t stop by, nothing to see here
Big Blue World has a vibrant sound that moves seamlessly across musical borders, embracing the spectrum of world beat textures mixed with solid alternative songwriting…and a healthy dose of reggae, W. African, funk and psychedelic rock.
Big Blue World is: Conor O'Brien (guitars, lead vocals), Chris Chitouras (guitars, vocals), Keith Kirkpatrick (bass, vocals) and Frank Laurino (drums, percussion).
Le Prestige consists of Chris Forkey (upright bass/bass guitar), John Glenshaw (drums), Kit Buckley (tenor sax), Scott Getchell (trumpet), David Johnston (guitar) and Gary Wallen (vibraphone). Their original instrumental music is influenced by 60's soul jazz, 90's hip-hop and electronica, and 70's TV themes.
Hippo Mode Engage
Akira and the Allstars (Pressure Cooker) -
The group formed in 1997 with a shared passion of Jamaican ska, rocksteady, and reggae music of the sixties and seventies.
It will be Porchfest Rocking Time and a chance to see Pressure Cooker with other members of our musical commUnity.
Players include but not limited to:
Dan Hawkins - Bass
Brian Sayers - Drums
Zach Brines - Keys
John Decarlo - Guitar
Robin Teague – Tenor Saxophone
Akira Fujita - Lead Vocals
Big Love : Unity in the CommUnity
Blossoming from the Slavic heart of Greater Boston, the Somerville Symphony Orkestar is an all-original instrumental band that plays what they call “International Party Music.” Formed in 2009, the SSO combines elements of Balkan music with Rock, Reggae, and Funk music to create a high energy dance party. New and yet familiar is constant theme among concert goers as their music combines these elements in a fresh and exciting way, but provides beautiful and lyrical melodies. Described by WBUR as “Somerville’s Best Party Band” the SSO has consistently won over every room and brings everyone in for a great enjoyable show.