This Tuesday (tomorrow) - Los Angeles' The Central SAPC heats up with some fierce indie soul from emerging artists Weapons of Audio and Austin Brown.
The former are blood brothers from Atlanta who elected to turn L dot A dot into their hometown in the past year - and since then have been steadily creeping their way into the limelight. From "If You Want Me" being a free ringtone through Coors Light to judging Sweden's Next Top Model to photo shoots as featured artists in Gilette's "Masters of Style" campaign - Weapons of Audio have been letting their swag flag fly high. In their spare time they just happened to release a steamy, smanging bar anthem "Night Light" - co-produced by Grammy award winner Graham Marsh. Returning to play The Central SAPC for the first time since their very first LA performance - Weapons of Audio are likely to cut that stage up and, if we're lucky, debut some material they've been cooking up since arriving to the left coast.
Here they are rocking "Night Light" acoustic style on Jam In The Van.
WOA just sets the mood and stage right for another talented bloodline - the Jackson family. Austin Brown, Michael Jackson's nephew, will again do his best to channel his uncle's skill set as he offers a taste of what's to come in his bright future. Last week - the kid nearly kicked over a drum set and knocked a microphone off stage with his energetic dance moves and flexing. The band is filled with young players and the music has plenty of pop stylings, from its soul to its subject matter ("Menage A Trois") to suggest that Brown has a lot of room to grow. Check out some of his videos below and then make sure you get your ass to The Central SAPC early tomorrow - its FREE and its FUN!