Bar LunÀtico hosts the dynamic double bill of Invisible Familiars & Ziemba LoPiccolo!
Check out the video below (directed by Charlotte Kemp) and you'll see why Invisible Familiars is widely regarded as one of the most creative forces making music today. Led by multi-instrumentalist/composer/singer, Jared Samuel, Invisible Familiars last album, Disturbing Wildlife, included guest spots by guitarist Nels Cline, singer-songwriter Jolie Holland, Cibo Matto’s Honda and Miho Hatori, and Antibalas saxophonist Stuart Bogie. However, tonite's performance at LunÀtico features the riveting incarnation of Mr. Samuel performing solo. Not to be missed.
Rhys Ziemba and (LunÀtico's own) Elizabeth LoPiccolo began making music together in Pensacola, Florida in 2008 as part of Scribbled Birds, a large, avant-garde, twee vocal ensemble and later in a band called You Win Instantly. Now residing in Brooklyn, their musical endeavors take many forms, including the creation of a live score for Marcel Dzama’s Une Danse des Bouffons, which was performed at MoMA PS1, as well as a collaboration with performer Morgan Bassichis, which will be presented at Saint Mark’s Church in October 2017. As part of the band Luscious Skin, Elizabeth and Rhys are engaged in a long-term project to record the 36 poems of James Joyce’s Chamber Music.