The Bodega Girls are the party, the Bodega Smash is the drink. Balloons, dance moves, spacey visuals, psych to the delic visuals, Doritos, and a photo booth, smashing! Featuring guest DJ’s Kenny G and King EvRock and electronic duo SPF 5000, Middlesex on Wednesday is the recent heat wave. SPF 5000′s JUNO Podcast, hosted by Top Billin’ Music is broadcasted this week…
The enthusiasm is contagious
SPF 5000 is hot; white hot, a white-hot fantasy of purring vocals in “skuzzy dance pop.” Skuzzy dance pop is freestyle of the Bronx, dirty, dirty house, disco ball and hip-hop. Disco ball lyrical content, funky, pulsing synths to a boom, boom, booming hip-hop beat and the brap, brap, brap and danger sound effects of house. The beat is the dance. The vocals are the soul.
SPF 5000 is multifaceted, inspired by The Eurythmics, the Neptunes, and Chic. Proof positive, seven remixes of “White-Hot Fantasy,” Dances with White Girls, Cobra Krames, 16-Bit Master, NYC Party Info, Boody B, DJ Sega and the original.
In hot, white hot, demand Amy Douglas is a transplanted New York Diva. A remix, she cuts her teeth in 5-octave range, attitude-laden vocals a la a modern disco ball diva. She purrs and dances with white girls in an endless summer, the face and the voice of Latino-Disco project Discokaina.
Rob Philips is funk, funky dance music. Student of house, funk, soul… a nasty blend, he is involved. A synthesis major at the Berklee College of Music, he studied jazz fender bass and funky, dirty house production. Inspired by Mark Farina, BT and Sebastian Leger, he is Manhattan ready.