Buffalo gets a taste of a sound called Purpleby niagarau
Preview by Maria Rose
Who is behind the music of Marty Party? Born in South Africa, but now living in Brooklyn, Marty Party has been producing his own music since 2005. His music is a new twist on the monotony of electronic music. It is not just about the sound, but goes into more storytelling in the songs. His music has a variation of hip-hop, dub step and dance music mixed into a rich sound he calls "Purple."
Marty Party is coming to Soundlab on Tuesday, Feb. 21, along with Perceptor and Papi Chulo. The show kicks off at 8 p.m. and tickets are available for $12 for this 18-and-up show. Soundlab is located on 110 Pearl St., Buffalo.
Marty Party is not what you would call a "jockey" and he does not use "discs." Marty Party always plays a live set. Now, there has been more than 50 tracks released by the artist, and his shows are a high energy dance party you can feel. The goal of his performance is to give the audience a totally unique experience.
Having Marty Party come to Buffalo is a great opportunity to experience a new form of music and expand what you know. It gives a chance to see how a subculture exists. So if you want to go out this Tuesday, come see Marty Party at the Soundlab in Buffalo and experiences the sound he calls purple.
Click here to see a live video of Marty Party in New York City 2010