Bid farewell to the summer with Soulectric and Amaru Tribe at Chapel Summer Sessions
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14.03.2023

Bid farewell to the summer with Soulectric and Amaru Tribe at Chapel Summer Sessions

Capping off the season with a massive double headline, this musical extravaganza is the perfect place for that one last summer hoorah.

Heading to Chapel Off Chapel on March 31, Soulectric and Amaru Tribe are set to headline the final of the Chapel Summer Sessions for the season. Located – as the name suggests – just off Chapel Street, Chapel Off Chapel is a bastion of Melbourne’s local and diverse music scene.

Soulectric and Amaru Tribe at Chapel Summer Sessions

  • Soulectric and Amaru Tribe to appear at the final Chapel Summer Sessions of this season
  • This intimate gig takes place at Chapel Of Chapel
  • It takes place on Friday, March 31 from 7:30 pm onwards

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Taking inspiration from the underground dance scene of New York, Brotha Asanti and his band Soulectric blend African percussion and movement with rhythmic vocal storytelling.

With their hit singles making waves in Europe, the United States, and Africa, their music is so much more than just catchy beats and smooth melodies, but a genuine expression of the human experience.

 

 

Amaru Tribe, a folktronic act based in Naarm/Melbourne, merges traditional music from Latin America with contemporary electronic sounds to create their unique genre called ‘Cumbia Oceanica’.

Featuring vibrating charangos, Afro-Latin rhythms, urban flow, electronic beats, and powerful vocal harmonies, Amaru Tribe have been nominated three times over for the Music Victoria Awards Best Multicultural Act.

They’ve also taken to the stage at renowned Australian festivals such as Womadelaide, Bluesfest and Queenscliff Music Festival, as well as toured internationally to the USA, Canada, Colombia, Thailand and Taiwan.

Head on over to Chapel Summer Sessions to catch Soulectric and Amaru Tribe on March 31. Grab tickets by heading here.