All Press Releases for July 21, 2009

Electro Morocco Featured at Prospect Park Bandshell Saturday, July 25, 2009

Bringing high energy electro dance sound to a beautiful Saturday evening in the Park

    BROOKLYN, NY, July 21, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Electro Morocco delivers soul-stomping musical performances synched to video projection in an all together high velocity show.

The evening's lineup also includes Bollywood star Kailash Kher , Doors open at 6:30PM with the show starting promptly at 7:30PM. The group will be opening the evening's performances.

Seasoned Israeli musicians Assaf Spector and Roy Gurel, together with Zoe Kiefl, Taylor Galassi and Yuval Lion mix everything from Retro rock and Middle Eastern folk, to warped Electro in a fierce, high energy performance. French Pop/R&B sensation Stella will also be featured with the band.

"Ever since electronic music took over, poor old guitars have been short of work. Electro Morocco is dusting off those axes and yanking them out of the unemployment line and giving them enough amplitude to compete with their buzzing synths. ... So it looks like you'll just have to peep these kids on a dance floor near you." -URB Magazine.

The performances are part of the Celebrate Brooklyn 2009 concert series organized annually by the New York City Parks Department. A donation of $3 is suggested for support of the series.

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Electro Morocco is presented by Blue Jay Way Music Production. Blue Jay Way is a complete music production company with world class capabilities. Services offered include custom music composition, recording, mixing and marketing for all music genres are offered.

For further information, please contact us at or 646-382-7544.

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Electro Morocco - Joe Pill ELECTROMOROCCO is a unique mixture of energetic electro beats, Middle Eastern flavor, with a retro rock and pop edge. The live performance combines