Before Halo Circus’ set the Troubadour stage on Monday night, during Say it Loud! A Night of Cultural Disruption, an interesting band with an intriguing moniker and an even more curious line-up had decided to truly entertain the crowd.
If I read it correctly, it was the debut show for the curious anti-supergroup called Project N-Fidelikah and featuring bassist Pancho Tomaselli (ex-War) with other legendary artists: Angelo Moore, lead singer for the Los Angeles alternative rock band Fishbone, was on vocals, saxophone and keyboard, George Lynch of the heavy metal band Dokken and Lynch Mob was on guitar, and Chris Moore was on drums. It sounded like an impossible blend but somehow, it was a dynamite combination. Project N-Fidelikah presented themselves with some chaos and an awesome weirdness, but they started their show with a crazy video, summing up in a few minutes everything that is going wrong in the world today, from ISIS terrorist attacks, to global warming, corruption, wars and bombs. They were certainly on a mission to start a sort of revolution, with a surrealist and unique vision and some crazy mix of funk, rock, jazz, blues, or rather some ‘punk funk from the ghetto underground’ as they described their project on their Facebook page.