• 149 WESTCHESTER AVENUE, PORT CHESTER, NY 10573-4549 · (914) 937-4126

  • La Inedita

    La Inedita

    PANA!

    Sun, April 5, 2015

    Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

    Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre

    Port Chester, NY

    $10.00

    This event is 21 and over

    La Inedita
    La Inedita
    When we talk about La Inedita, we are talking about a Peruvian band, which was formed in Lima in 2010. What makes this band so unique is the music mix of dancehall, hip hop, rapping and Chicha (a Peruvian cumbia style). The way the band members got together was not a common way, they were not friends or neighbors as it is the case of most bands. They somehow, found out about each other’s music skills through an internet network of friends. They got together just to jam and have fun. Although, after their very first jamming session the sense of blending different music styles and come up with a music fusion was present. This is how they came up with Chichamuffin, the music style they named after they mixed the Chicha with ragamuffin. Soon enough, the band began to play in many scenarios of Barranco and Downtown Lima. The band gained a lot of recognition and love by the audience, so they have also been called to play in a variety of music festivals, college campus celebrations and so on. Therefore, La Inedita obtained the opportunity to share stage with well-known Peruvian bands, such as: La Sarita, Bareto, La Mente, Sabor y Control, Vieja Skina, etc. The band has recently released their album “Chichamuffin”, which is available to listen online as well as to download for free on their website: www.lainedita.com
    PANA!
    PANA!
    PANA! was a dream that began in 2004. Diego and Alejandro started the band with a few other high school friends. After graduating they met Gonzalo at the University of Connecticut. PANA! continued throughout their college years, and the band completed their first major song, “Se." Diego, Alejandro and Gonzalo's commitment to the band led to the further development of their music throughout college. Diego, Alejandro and Gonzalo all played the guitar, and they were the only members who remained dedicated enough to continue the project that is PANA!, its music, and its vision. Three guitar players could not do what PANA! wanted to accomplish, so changes were made. Diego remained at the guitar, Gonzalo took up the bass and vocals, and Alejandro became a vocalist and drummer. Once these new instruments were learned and mastered, the band had its first major gig in January of 2008 in Stamford, CT.

    PANA! was inspired by Latin Rock, and did many covers, contributing to the move back to Latin Rock within Stamford. PANA! had ideas about what kind of music they wanted to produce, a vision for what the music could do, and a chemistry that could not be put into words—only music. The scene in Stamford, however, did not appear ready for a band like PANA! and therefore lacked the kind of audience that desires the type of innovative sound PANA! is dedicated to. Over the past few years, PANA! has performed shows and at festivals in CT, NY, FL, and MA including Telemundo, The Gramercy Theatre, Jazid, and Hard Rock Cafe Boston in search of an audience ready to embrace their sound. In the process, they have made consistent improvements to their technique, and continued the development of their sound.

    The genre Latin/Pop Rock is only a small definition of what PANA!'s music really sounds like. They like to define their sound as Fresh-Latin-Party-Rock. The band draws their inspiration from a multitude of different artists like Santana, Sublime, Steve Vai, Hector Lavoe, and Bob Marley. PANA!'s live performances are filled with energy and party tunes with messages of love, social consciousness, and living life positively.

    Diego, Alejandro and Gonzalo each contribute to the composition and lyrics of PANA!’s songs, and it is the concord of sounds, words and ideas that makes PANA! unique, edgy, creative and versatile. PANA! is continually progressing as a group, and each of its members are also developing individually, giving the group a direction. Their personal endeavors and their joint determination as PANA! has inspired the group to create a PANA! movement toward a new, unconventional sound that has its foundation in the Latin Rock that first inspired them. -by Mallory Lotz
    Venue Information:
    Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre
    145 Westchester Avenue
    Port Chester, NY, 10573