Self-described "Brass House" trio Too Many Zooz make manically kinetic instrumental music that combines avant-garde jazz, EDM, punk rock, and sundry other traditions into their own distinctive brand of high-energy dance music. A viral sensation since they first emerged as New York subway buskers in 2013, Too Many Zooz have evolved into a globally recognized phenomenon who tour often and continue to produce videos. In 2016, they issued their full-length debut, Subway Gawdz. TMZ's manic music, dubbed "BrassHouse" rose to fame while busking in NYC’s subways in 2014 after several videos of them performing went viral on Reddit. From here, the trio’s career took off — most notably, their blowout performance with Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at the Country Music Awards. Talk about energetic. TMZ's fast-paced music is the stuff of high-octane, relentless fun, each of the three musicians being genius, brilliant performers in their own virtuoso right. It's their passion, dynamism, and raw, potent musical power that, compared to any other combo currently out there, makes them a trio of peerless musical alchemists and masters of boisterous, brilliant times. Brasshouse; you've certainly heard of it now. Awesome on every conceivable level. Concert Tickets $25 Standing Room Only/ Limited seating first come server
TOO MANY ZOOZ

WITH
YAM YAM
DETAILS
Warehouse
Tuesday, November 15th
Doors @ 7:00 PM
Show @ 8:00PM

GENRE
Brass House



TICKETING INFO
Price:$25 Standing Room Only/ Limited seating first come server
No Member Discount
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Self-described "Brass House" trio Too Many Zooz make manically kinetic instrumental music that combines avant-garde jazz, EDM, punk rock, and sundry other traditions into their own distinctive brand of high-energy dance music. A viral sensation since they first emerged as New York subway buskers in 2013, Too Many Zooz have evolved into a globally recognized phenomenon who tour often and continue to produce videos. In 2016, they issued their full-length debut, Subway Gawdz.

TMZ's manic music, dubbed "BrassHouse" rose to fame while busking in NYC’s subways in 2014 after several videos of them performing went viral on Reddit. From here, the trio’s career took off — most notably, their blowout performance with Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at the Country Music Awards.

Talk about energetic. TMZ's fast-paced music is the stuff of high-octane, relentless fun, each of the three musicians being genius, brilliant performers in their own virtuoso right. It's their passion, dynamism, and raw, potent musical power that, compared to any other combo currently out there, makes them a trio of peerless musical alchemists and masters of boisterous, brilliant times. Brasshouse; you've certainly heard of it now. Awesome on every conceivable level.

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