Damian Matthew - 6-String Electric Bass
Robb Cappelletto - Electric Guitar
Chino De Villa - Drums
Roy Ayers to Dilla. Madlib to Flying Lotus. Kanye to Kendrick. Outkast to Schoolboy Q. D'Angelo to Drake. Erykah to Aaliyah. ATCQ to Anderson Paak… and a lot more.
Re.verse takes you on a vibrant instrumental journey through classic and current urban anthems - hip hop, r&b, future funk, breaks, neo-soul, trap, house, tropical - unforgettable gems that have paved our music's past, blended with beats that are now shaping our present and future, all recreated in a way you've never quite heard by a live band before. Treating their one of a kind trio of drums, 6-string electric bass and guitar (or occasionally keys) as much like a seamless DJ set as they do a live concert, Re.verse is constantly refining and diversifying their signature sound. With years of practice blending and mashing up familiar hits and deeper cuts on the fly while lacing their sets with spontaneous freestyle beats they make up on the spot, re.verse weaves in and out of genres and eras with ease, using their deep knowledge of jazz and improvisation to help connect the dots and draw parallels between sounds both similar and diverse. With a comprehensive ever-growing catalogue of 120+ hand-picked
covers, they always manage to capture the essence of timeless songs while reworking them as unique adaptations that carry their unmistakeable instrumental flavour. Re.verse delivers an extraordinary live music experience that will captivate any audience, but also let's you zone in or out as you please, keeping the flow smooth and the vibe intriguing without skipping a beat. Re.verse is:
KeepRockinYou is an artist-based collective that seeks to inspire young women by generating new avenues for them to grow, become empowered and stay true to themselves.
Judi Lopez is the founder and Project director of KeepRockinYou. She has actively been involve in the Hip Hop Culture and dancing since the early 2000's. Since Returning to Toronto from South Korea and the UK, Judi has been committed to the development of the B-girl community by starting the project The Toronto B-Girl Movement in 2012. Judi has danced for Rihanna and was a featured character in Lost Girl Canadian series. Although still a student to the craft, Judi is grateful for all the lessons learned and thankful for all the opportunities given, and blessed to have the opportunity to teach others not only the art but also the knowledge.