Cut Loose with Gogolo Bordello on Saturday Night at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Posted on Monday November 23rd in


Gypsy punks Gogol Bordello (below, performing “Maladrino” live in studio for KEXP FM) have been winning over fans with their uplifting theatrical stage presence and relentless touring since forming on New York City’s Lower East Side in 1999. Charismatic frontman Eugene Hütz (vocals and guitar), Sergey Ryabtsev (violin and vocals), Pasha Newmer (accordion and vocals), Thomas Gobena (bass and vocals), Boris Pelekh (guitar and vocals), Oliver Charles (drums), Elizabeth Sun (percussion), and Pedro Erazo (percussion and MC) employ surreal costumes and a unique take on punk and cabaret — notably featured on their sixth full-length, Pura Vida Conspiracy (stream it below), out in 2013, impressing the folks at PopMatters: “Fans can rest assured the ramshackle punk uprising motif that defines Gogol Bordello has not declined and continues to sound invigorating. Not since the Pogues has an outfit so successfully merged surging punk and world music, and surely the resulting popularity is indebted to the charismatic, larger than life persona of Eugene Hütz, more a maestro in a storm than a mere frontman.” See how it all comes together live when Gogol Bordello play Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Saturday night. Dark-soul six-piece Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas open the show.


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