AFRO WAVES Virtual Concert with Soul Science Lab
AFRO WAVES Virtual Concert with Soul Science Lab
Hear a performance Brooklyn-based music and multimedia duo Soul Science Lab. The duo draws inspiration from gospel to club, post–James Brown West African funk to New Orleans Second Line in an effort to distill and uplift the Black experience.
Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute online
April 24, 2021 | 8:00 pm
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Watch on CCCADI's YouTube channel or Facebook page. No registration required.

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Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
New York, NY

About This Event

Inspired by the group’s debut album, Plan for Paradise, Soul Science Lab brings their hip-hop, jazz, soul and afrobeat filled project to the virtual stage in this special live performance! Conceived as a blueprint for how to navigate and innovate in times like the present moment, SSL revives spiritually positive and affirming messages for this culturally immersive experience. The mix of upbeat grooves and high frequency vibes in this set chronicle progressive insights on social justice, joys, triumphs and transcendence. Join Soul Science Lab for this “Sankofa moment” as we study the past, seize the present and build for a brighter future in this call to action. 

Soul Science Lab (SSL) is a music production company with an empowering approach to self-expression formed by artist, educator and creative director, Chen Lo, and multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer, Asante’ Amin. SSL’s current projects include: the duo’s debut album, Plan for Paradise; 10 ‘Trane tribute to the life and music of John Coltane; Soundtrack ’63, a multi-media music production that explores the Civil Rights Movement through images, video, jazz, hip-hop, soul music and poetry; and the upcoming visual album, Make a Joyful Noize. With collective credits including work with Common, Erykah Badu, KRS-ONE, A Tribe Called Quest and the legendary Last Poets, Soul Science Lab is a multifaceted vision of the Afro future.

Image: Soul Science Lab / photo courtesy of Carnegie Hall