Grand Central Market | Events | Sunday Soirée: El Haru Kuroi | SUNDAY, JULY 31st, 2016 | 7:30PM - 9:30PM El Haru Kuroi is an unrelenting East Los Angeles trio drawing their original musical style from their own experiences with music.
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Sunday Soirée: El Haru Kuroi
July 31, 2016

SUNDAY, JULY 31st, 2016 | 7:30PM - 9:30PM

El Haru Kuroi is an unrelenting East Los Angeles trio drawing their original musical style from their own experiences with music. Natives to Los Angeles’ Eastside, their music not only is a representation of their cultural upbringing in the city, but also a reminiscence of Mexican, South American, African, and American Jazz elements. After meeting in music school, they have evolved together and persisted, combining distinct melodic, rhythmic and multilingual elements, resulting as a key ingredient for their sound.El Haru Kuroi has performed throughout the LA area and toured the South West to New Orleans, and the East Coast. They have an upcoming visit to Japan scheduled for this coming spring for a small tour. 

They have also performed in various cultural and musical festivals in Los Angeles such as First Fridays held at the Natural History Museum, Levitt Pavillion in MacArther Park, Pop-Up Broadway, and at Union Station for the Metro Art Los Angeles concert series. Most recently they performed at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), and at Self Help Graphics, a cultural center for art for their annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration.

After being together for a little over a decade, they have recorded three full length albums, a two-song 7” vinyl, and have had their music placed in documentaries and films. The latest release of their 192192192 album is set to be pressed onto their first 12” vinyl to be set for summer 2016.

El Haru Kuroi will continue on their musical trajectory creating music videos, releasing new singles, as well as producing visual art as part of their aesthetic presentation. 

 “Combining the snarling urgency of post-punk with the sensuality of bossa-nova, they’ve come upon something very different and exciting to listen to” (M. Cotto, KCRW). 

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