The Afro Nick new single ‘Get There Before Noon’

Grecian-born and New York transplant, Nick Anastasakis is the foreman of the band The Afro Nick. His Grecian background and musical influences such as Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley, and Santana can be heard through his ethereal combination of emotionally charged riffs and lyrics.

We covered two tracks off of The Afro Nick’s self-titled album in the beginning of last year–“It’s You” and “Dont Waste My Time” (2015)–and the band is at it again with two songs in store for you lucky listeners! Newly released song and video “In a Stormy Night We Can Find The Stars,” and the clock counts down as we approach the release of “Get There Before Noon,” which is scheduled to be available Tuesday, June 21st (2016) on iTunes.

“In a Stormy Night We Can Find The Stars” is an easy, uplifitng listen that permeates good vibes, encouraging the gypsy inside to come out and “find the stars.” Think of a wind in your hair, strenghtening your confidence with each step toward a direction unknown.

“Get There Before Noon” showcases Nick’s talent of captivatingly intertwining grace and power. As for the release, set your alarm to remind you to check this hot track out and cop that Limited Edition 7″ Lathe-Cut Record: A- and B-Side!

In the Brooklyn, New York area? Not only is The Afro Nick releasing a track tomorrow, June 21, 2016, you can see them live at Make Music New York performing from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.–Cadman Plaza.

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Review written by MuzicNotez writer Julet Frazier
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