”Speakeasy soul.” ”Prohibition funk.” ”Ragtime reborn.” No matter what you call @parlorsocial‘s unique sound, you’re going to want to move to it.
Hear it for yourself at The Cabaret July 19 and 20!
“Not so much ragtime revivalists as post-hip-hop ragtime redefiners, this duo takes the old-school showmanship of Cab Calloway and beefs up the catchy speakeasy jive with throbbing electronics, all the while adopting a heavy dose of neo-soul. The buzz also tells us that this is a must-see live act.” The Montreal Gazette
This Montreal duo pays homage to Harlem Renaissance with a modern twist. Their music includes an undercurrent of urban and hip-hop beats, which reveals their sound as an original creation that’s been called speakeasy soul, prohibition funk, and neo-ragtime. But no matter what you call it, you’re going to want to move to it.