When it comes to music, the most important element for the Austin based band Trouble in The Streets is to create something new. Their sound is uniquely their own pulling from influences like Rage Against the Machine, Beats Antique, to Hiatus Kaiyote. The multi-talented band, Trouble in The Streets has dubbed this signature sound “Electro Tribe,” a vibe that masterfully blends electronic music, international sounds, with hip-hop, rock and R&B. Their debut EP Electro Tribe is set to be physically distributed on October 6, 2017, everywhere.
With their high energy and signature sound, the trio has supported such acts like Rebirth Brass Band, String Cheese Incident, and George Clinton and P Funk, and have been invited to perform at festivals like Joshua Tree Music Festival, Quantum Flux, UtopiaFest, Black Fret Official SXSW, and Art Outside. In 2015, The Austin Chronicle named them in the top five of the Best New Bands in Austin.
Trouble in The Streets will be touring this Fall in support of the physical CD release. Live shows are where Trouble in The Streets shine with improvised jam sessions, guest performers, and high energy audience participation led by Nnedi Agbaroji who fuels the crowd with interactive calls-to-action. Audiences can expect to hear new material alongside the current release. Check out Trouble in The Streets show details below: