Williamsburg bowling alley and hipster paradise Brooklyn Bowl has established itself as the epicenter for New York’s soul revival, frequently booking the funkiest acts that pass through town. It’s no surprise then that the venue is hosting a two-week, special guest-filled residency for Soulive. The instrumental organ trio, despite dwelling on the jam-band circuit, helped germinate what would become today’s soul scene over a decade ago with its deep, hard-hitting grooves and relentless touring schedule. After a week and change of packed shows, the group's residency comes to a close this weekend. Thursday night’s show will include appearances from vocalist Ivan Neville (of the Neville Brothers) and flute virtuoso Kofi Burbridge, among others. This track, “Too Much,” features the smoky vocals of frequent collaborator Nigel Hall, and it comes from the album Up Here.