Doors at 8:30
9 - Danke
10 - JOYEUR
11 - Jhamasa
Ticket price: $8.00
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JOYEUR is a LA-based duo whose brand of pop music at times ventures into the worlds of funk, trap and soul while remaining eccentric. Their hypnotic melodies and tribal rhythms are built for the dance-floor and meld the styles of singer-songwriter Joelle Corey and producer-instrumentalist Anna Feller.
Danke borrows from electronica, garage rock, and R&B to create experimental electro-pop with an engaging and infectious on-stage presence.
Jhamasa Noel Lewis-Adams was born in Orange, California April 24, 1990. Although she moved around as a youth, she spent most of her childhood in Los Angeles, CA. She has many siblings and a large family. She has biological and adopted family, mentors, and friends who have become family. She was a student of Black Eyed Pea's and Peace4Kids Peapod Music and Arts academy located at the Boys and Girls Club in Watts, CA. Jhamasa attended Brentwood College Prepatory School in Brentwood, CA where she graduated from in 2008. While in college she studied abroad and explored new art mediums. In 2013 she graduated from Jackson State University, receiving her B.A. in Entrepreneurship with a minor in photography and mandarin.. After working and living in the south she moved back to California to achieve greater financial and personal independence. She earned a certificate in fashion design at LA Trade Tech while building a career in the non-profit industry. Over the past five years she has focused on the community in these areas; health + nutrition, financial literacy, progressive education, professional development post collefe. She continues to enhance her skills in various forms of art and education. In 2014 she released a mixtape Retro Love Arcade with Corinthian Washington. In 2016, she put out an independent EP, titled 24K.On this body of work she talks about her experience in the foster care system. April of this year she had an independent art show focusing on sexual trauma foster youth face through art therapy. In addition she released a single off of her debut project 11:11. In her free time she volunteers and advocates for educational and civil rights for foster youth.