Zindu At The O'neill Pub

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Progressive, polymorphic and deeply rhythmic, Zindu's sound takes many shapes simultaneously—jazz, funk, rock, and world—but it’s always groovalicious!

Founded on the syncopated network of rhythm exchange between drums and bass, the essential sound provides upliftment and joyful derangement through an intuitive maze of quixotic vocal melodies and the sensual soaring of saxophone, while funky guitar riffs dig down deep into the gut of the listener imparting an irresistible pull to the dance floor.

The live show necessitates participation in a mysterious sweatbox of emotion, via the clang and calamity of incredulous collaboration, that elicits a surrounding soulscape of impulsive sonic resonances which permeate the entire being.

Zindu turns you upside down and inside out, takes you on a ride to the farthest reaches, beyond jupiter, and to the edges of your known universe.

Having recently released their second full-length album, Train to Jupiter – which No More Division describes as “casting deep, dark and swirling grooves across a wide and playful pool” – Zindu has re-established itself in the progressive jazz-jam music scene as a vital force.

Zindu was founded in 2002 by drummers Salvatore Folisi and David McLean who shared a vision of creating a powerful polyrhythmic project based on original rhythms and traditional Latin and West African drumming.

The musical format is open, experimental, and collaborative, inviting each member's creative pulse and musical contribution.

Zindu has played 100 gigs over 13 years, experienced multiple incarnations with 16 musicians, and recorded 2 CDs and 1 EP.
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