Zoo Front, Adam Lippman at Best Video Sat., Mar. 2, 7 PM


Sat Mar 02 2024 at 07:00 pm


Best Video Film & Cultural Center | Hamden, CT

Indie rock band Zoo Front and singer-songwriter Adam Lippman share the bill at Best Video Film & Cultural Center on Sat., Mar. 2. The show starts at 7 PM and the cover is $10.
Zoo Front is a sonically eclectic original band always striving to evolve their sound. Each member brings their own somewhat divergent influences to the group, where ideas and genres are meshed and massaged to form a cohesive body of work. Last year’s “Re-Entry” album was a collection of songs taking listeners on a ride through a variety of musical styles and moods. Anyone who has witnessed a Zoo Front gig has been along for that ride, taking in a mix of new and old, soft and sultry, moody and energetic songs. A new batch of music is under development and promises to take the band and audience into uncharted territory.
Zoo Front is Ed Ekendu, Ju Dee Luna, Nancy Tatsapaugh, and Lisa Tonner. You can find Zoo Front on Bandcamp, SoundCloud, iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, You Tube Music, Apple Music and other streaming services.
If you were hanging around Brooklyn and the lower east side in the late 2000s you might have seen Adam in his previous role as a singer songwriter and guitarist in the indie rock quartet Automatic Children. Or perhaps in the late 90s when he was the bassist in NYC post-grunge rock trio Supple, whose later transition into downbeat vocals, acoustic, cello and sampler-dominated aural tapestries gave birth to their well-known cover of The Bee Gees' Stayin Alive.
Was it that spring he was playing guitar in an off-broadway rock musical, or did you hear him crooning in the corner of a bar when out on the town trying to find love at first sight. Could it have been last summer on board the Clearwater? Whenever it was, chances are you remembered the songs. Adam’s latest album and single have also gotten plenty of buzz from audiences and press alike. After all, he’s been writing songs since high school.

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Best Video Film & Cultural Center, 1834 Whitney Ave, Hamden, CT 06517-1405, United States,Hamden, Connecticut

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