juvenoia. (neologism) The fear or hostility directed by an older generation toward a younger one, or toward youth culture in general.
Juvenoia is an electric quartet of producer-musicians whose work celebrates the rebellious nature of youth.
The group is headed by New York drummer Miguel Russell and keyboardist Vittorio Stropoli, filled out by Miami staple guitarist, Tim Watson, and multi-disciplinary artist Dion Kerr on bass. They perform in a variety of configurations, blending a mix of styles such as pop, jazz, hip hop, indie rock, and gospel.
In addition to playing together, the members of Juvenoia have accompanied a wide variety of performing acts around the world, serving in groups with Nicholas Payton, Immanuel Wilkins, Dayna Stephens, Nestor Torres, Ignacio Berroa, Allison Miller, Cisco Swank, Etienne Charles, Godwin Louis and more.
Juvenoia has performed at venues across the US, including in Dallas, Austin, Miami, and New York. They have played venues such as Nublu, Sultan Room, Elsewhere, Gramps, and more. They have shared the stage opening for artists such as Cisco Swank, Seafoam Walls, Evan Wright, and Juuwah.