Polyvamp looked to the skies when they rocked the Brooklyn waterfront for a rooftop jam session in Williamsburg back in October.
Brooklyn-based six-piece electro-funk ensemble Polyvamp took to the roof of Cafe Biba in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on October 16 for a jam session. The event was filmed by Humza Deas, New York Magazine’s top Outlaw Instagrammer of New York City, using an overhead drone with views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline.
Polyvamp is a groove-based funk, rock and electronic band formed in early 2015 initially as a trio, adding three additional musicians during their first year. They have played many of New York City’s top music venues and shared the stage with members of nationally touring acts, such as Lettuce, Kung Fu, Turkuaz and the Trey Anastasio Band. They performed at the city’s renowned CMJ Music Festival in October 2015.
Polyvamp makes their Brooklyn Bowl debut on Tuesday, Jan. 24 when they perform along side Sprocket and the Insidious Rays.