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Luca DiFabio

MusicBrad GeyerMusic
Luca DiFabio

Luca DiFabio, i met in the basement of a house in Park Slope that for many years was known as "The Sloodge," a community that absolutely set the standard for Brooklyn performance parties, curated mostly by a man who for many years was known as Frank Lee Fabulous. 

In addition to their famous parties known for poetry, film, disgusting grunge bands, dance, backyard wrestling, and a ton of beer and cigarettes, they also hosted eclectic open mic nights, and it was on one of those nights that i first encountered the other-worldly voice of Luca DiFabio. 

It was one of those moments that remind me of why i do TSNP. That i could sit in a dank basement in Brooklyn while this guy played for about 12 people - it's staggering. It served as a reminder that the people we know are every bit as talented as the people we listen to on the radio and pay $50 to see live, and the difference between fame and poverty has next to nothing to do with substance. 

Catch Luca with his band, or playing solo around the city. You won't regret it.

Look him up at Lucadifabio.com