Sweet sounds coming to The Waverley

The creaking sound of old school vinyl is not enough for the eccentric band The Sweet Life Society.

The creaking sound of old school vinyl is not enough for the eccentric band The Sweet Life Society, who are coming to The Waverley Hotel May 14 at 9 p.m.

They are a talented group that mix contemporary tunes with old school Cotton Club, re-styling the Swing music culture” into a mix of electronic sounds, while also adding the performance of live instruments from the best Torinese jazz scene.

The two producers of this new music project – Gabriele Concas and Matteo Marini – perform live accompanied with a visual set, scratching and live singing.

Available from November 2010 under German record label Resense, their new seven-inch that you can find on the best digital shops around the world.

Furthermore do not forget their single, Dibilidong (feat. Ella Fitzgerald) which has been part of the prestigious French compilation Electro Swing Vol.3 on Wagram Records.
After the released of the seven-inch Bam Bam with Resense in 2011, they bring out their first single for the italian market My Sound, with very special guests Le Sorelle Marinetti. 
They have been touring in the last three years all over Europe; this spring they will head to the United States and Canada for a long AV Set Tour, and later they will perform at some of the best festivals around Europe, such as Glastonbury, Bestival, Boomtown, and more.
They recently signed with Warner Music and their first album will be released very soon.

For more information, visit www.thesweetliferecords.com.

Tickets are at Bop City, the Waverley Hotel, 250-336-8322 or online at cumberlandvillageworks.com.

— Cumberland Village Works

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