Viniloversus / Blue Hyenas / Javi Limón Jr. / Martin Guas

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Friday / February 16, 2018 / 8:00 p.m.
Red Room at Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
United States
Image courtesy of the artists

Viniloversus is a Latin Grammy–winning rock band based in Miami, Florida. Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, the band recently released its first English album, Days of Exile, a follow-up to its first three albums, all critically acclaimed. The album is available on vinyl as well as all digital platforms. Currently touring the United States, Viniloversus recently participated in the III Points Music, Art, and Technology Festival in Miami and the Latin Alternative Music Conference in New York City.

The Blue Hyenas are a rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. Starting in 2015 in the basement of a friend, Joe Sanchez (guitar), Simon Roobz (bass), and Patryk Kelley (drums) began playing covers out of a shared love for hard rock and the blues. Soon after, the band found its powerhouse singer, Jorge Colon. After playing its first official gig on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in August 2015, the band decided to write original music. The band released its first EP, Bad Habits, with its first album on the horizon.

Javi Limón Jr. is a multi-instrumentalist based in Boston who has studied with Nando Michelin and Pepe Rivero. Limón cowrote the score for the movie Oro, by Agustín Díaz Yanes, starring José Coronado and Bárbara Lennie. He also performed with singer Nella for the movie Todos Lo Saben by Asghar Farhadi, starring Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz.

Martin Guas is a singer-songwriter from Argentina. He has shared the stage with renowned musicians Lee Oskar, Zakiya Hooker, Scott Wilkie, and Darryl Munyungo Jackson. He currently studies at Berklee, but has been playing music since he was three years old. Guas released his first album in 2015 and is currently working on his follow-up.

Can’t make it to the show? Visit the Berklee Internet Radio Network ( at showtime to hear a live broadcast on the birnCORE channel.

See Viniloversus's music video for "So Many Stars":

$10 in advance / $15 general admission (standing room only)