TownFuturist is at it again! Come join us for our IntiMixer Session at Oakland Hot Plate July 3rd for a night of Acoustic performances and Chill DJ sets. Performances Include Punk Funk Mob, La Mestiza and ReVivAll. This is also a time where we would like to build with other artist, producers, business minded individuals, visionary's, and creators in our community to provide a Social Mixer and Networking opportunity. Lets come together to build the type of community that we would all like to see. Oakland Hot Plate features an Art gallery and a juice bar as well as Tapas style plates. Other features include a Kava bar and healing tonics. www.facebook.com/oak.hotplate Oakland Hot Plate 348 13th St. @Webster St. Oakland, Ca. Follow @Town Futurist Hope to See you in the building!! #LetBuildIt #LikeShareLive #TownFuturist #IntiMixerSessions
Punk Funk Mob is performing at "Unmute the Future"! This Friday, April 24th at 924 Gilman 7PM Sliding scale tickets, $8–$20 with a $2 Gilman annual membership can be purchased at the door or for $20
Performing Live Comedian Neshima Ford, SYX, Punk Funk Mob, & Wasaname An Em Hosted By Mic Danja & DJ TNT
Get It On Presents: SF Femmerock Fest! PUNK FUNK MOB Waves of Silver, Apollo Tweed, Psychokitty, Fang Rabbit Saturday, January 31, 2015 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm $10.00
Sounds Like: The Killers, Fishbone, Parliament-Funkadelic, Sonic Youth, The Ramones
Bio: Punk Funk Mob performers over a heavy haze of distorted guitars, dirty syncopated rhythms, throbbing bass lines and the steady crunch of trap drums making it clear why they are ready for those BIGGER stages. "HELLO ANDIE" is the latest single and video from their debut album REVOLUTION.
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“We gonna say it loud, We're funky and proud, Femi Andrade and Quincy Ramone, co-leaders of Punk Funk Mob, wailed over the tightly syncopated grooves of Ramone's low-slung, popping bass, his brother Jeff Logan's scratchy, Jimmy Nolen-inspired guitar chunk-a-chunks, and Michael Williams' solidly throbbing traps. The quartet — color-coordinated in black and white — delivered the tune with fierce abandon. It was one of six from the group's ten-song debut CD, Revolution, that comprised its set at last month's second annual San Francisco Winter Music Festival at CellSpace in the Mission. Femi, who goes by her first name only, jerked and bounced about the stage as she sang and rapped, often kicking her feet in the air to match the aggressiveness of the instrumentalists behind her.”