Straight Fresh- Broca’s Area – That Way (Video)

Broca’s Area – That Way (Video)

Published On September 27, 2015 | By Zach | Hip Hop, Music, Music Videos, Pop

Here’s a little musical fusion for your listening pleasure this fine Sunday evening from Hartford, CT-based collective Broca’s Area. The five piece band is preparing for the release of their self-titled EP and “That Way” serves as the first visual drop from the project.

Showcasing the genre-blending style of Broca’s Area, “That Way” features some passionate and jovial crooning from the gorgeous Mary Corso, as well as a verse filled with sharp yet romanticized lyricism courtesy of Ghazi Omair. The duo of vocalists are backed by the upbeat musical vibes of Stephan Cusano on drums, Leo Catricala on bass, and Mike Carabello on keys. Together, the five talented creatives cook up a fun record that will have you, at the very least, tapping your feet to the music (at the very most, you’ll be dancing around the room to the catchy tune).

“That Way” was directed by visual gawd Shane McLellan, so you can accurately expect the video to be phenomenal. Broca’s Area self-titled EP is coming soon. Until then, put yourself in a good mood by checking out the video below.

CT Brain Tumor Alliance - September 19th Benefit Event

We are excited to announce our partnership with the Connecticut Brain Tumor Association ! For every CD sold a portion of the money will be donated to CTBTA! We are happy to help out such a great cause. Our drummer, Stephen Cusano, his brother was diagnosed with a Brain Tumor about 5 years back and this our way of spreading the awareness and love. 
Let The Music Do The Talking

Winner of 'Artist of the Month' in April 2015 by New Englands The Deli Magazine

"When a real drummer can imitate that slowed down and choppy groove from 90’s hip hop, it sounds like pure gold. It's a tough pocket to master, that's for sure. Hartford hip-hop/soul fusion group Broca's Area grooves and sways, while Mary Corso’s smooth-like-butter vocals string you along. The interplay between her and rapper Ghazi Omair’s angular flow would be enough for a killer group, but these guys push it over the edge with a groovy drummer, Steven Cusano, whose timing creates a backbeat that puts the world in slo-mo. And that's not even mentioning the absurdly tasty keys. They’ll be playing a show at The Spot Underground in Providence April 1st, don’t miss it! They’re new album is available here, and a portion of the proceeds from each CD goes the Connecticut Brain Tumor Association." - Paul Jordan Talbot

Published: March 31, 2015