Raycee Jones opens for Joan As A Police Woman on September 20

Source: Deli Magazine NY

Raycee Jones opens for Joan As A Police Woman on September 20
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On her latest singles, Raycee Jones comes across as a genre-bending artist with a wide range of influences. A self-professed protégé of Jill Scott, Beyoncé and Amy Winehouse, Jones writes songs that are sonically innovative. Her tracks contain warbling synths, chimes, complex beats and confessional lyrics. A regular performer at Rockwood Music Hall, Raycee is ...

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Solange announces Radio City show with Earl Sweatshirt & Sun Ra Arkestra

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Fresh off playing Radio City with Dave Chappelle last night (8/22), Solange has announced her own headlining show there happening in October! The show has killer openers…

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Critic’s Notebook: Overcoming Through Song in a Summer of Discontent

Source: New York Times » Music

“Primer for a Failed Superpower,” a concert in Brooklyn directed by Rachel Chavkin, asked an audience to raise its voice in protest songs of many generations.

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Torche playing Vitus during tour with Gojira

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Torche are touring with Boris and with Gojira, but not playing either of those bands’ NYC shows. It’s good news for New Yorkers, then, that Torche just added a headlining show…

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Brooklyn Comes Alive supergroup formations & daily lineups

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Meters’ George Porter Jr is playing three sets (one with a former Primus drummer), Darkside’s Dave Harrington is playing one with Cibo Matto’s Yuka Honda, Phil Lesh’s son Grahame is doing a CSNY tribute, and more.

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Rapturous Vocal and Sitar Ragas Last Night at the Drive East Festival

Source: New York Music Daily

There was a point last night at the ongoing, weeklong 2017 Drive East Festival of Indian music where tabla player Dibyarka Chaterjee looked up at singer Indrani Khare with a sudden grin, all the while maintaining a steady, syncopated volley of notes. Was she going to throw something else like that him again?

Although the greatest Indian classical musicians are all great improvisers, when they fly without a net those flights tend to be on the subtle side. An elegant, graceful presence onstage, Khare had begun her vast, profoundly bittersweet interpretation of raga Puriya Kalyan with a velvety calm, slowly ...

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Dead Stars release of ‘Perfect Patterns’ LP on 09.01 at Sunnyvale

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Dead Stars release of 'Perfect Patterns' LP on 09.01 at Sunnyvale
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Delaware

Warning: the new single “Happy or Sad” (streaming below) by the Brooklyn trio Dead Stars might become your new slacking song of the late summer of 2017 – yes because late summers are the perfect time for slacking. Taking inspiration from classic ’90s outfits like Dinosaur Jr. and even Nirvana, the band integrates that distorted, loud-quiet-loud sound ...

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Saturday 08.26 – The Revolution VOL. 18, ft. Valerie Orth, Khemestry & The Odd Hawk Orchestra

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Saturday 08.26 - The Revolution VOL. 18, ft. Valerie Orth, Khemestry & The Odd Hawk Orchestra
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Funk
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On August 26th, the artist-run venue National Sawdust in Brooklyn will be hosting the 18th installment of the monthly Revolution series—an event dedicated to fostering community by showcasing local performers from Brooklyn and Harlem. The three artists chosen to represent their respective genres this month are Valerie Orth, The Odd Hawk Orchestra, and Khemestry and The ...

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Black Dahlia Murder announce LP & tour w/ Suffocation, Decrepit Birth, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Black Dahlia Murder are currently wrapping up a run headlining the 2017 Summer Slaughter Tour, which has them playing 2007’s Nocturnal in full for its 10th anniversary. Now they announced a new album, Nightbringers

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A Sneak Peek at One of the Year’s Most Enticing Big Band Shows

Source: New York Music Daily

It used to be that an artist never got a Lincoln Center gig until they were well established. That’s changed. These days, if you want to catch some of the world’s most exciting up-and-coming acts, Lincoln Center is the place to be. This August 31 at 7:30 PM the mighty, cinematic and wildly danceable Jazzrausch Bigband make their Lincoln Center debut at the atrium space on Broadway just north of 62nd Street. The show is free, so whether you want a seat or a spot on the dancefloor, getting there on time is always a good idea.

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John Maus, Moor Mother, Caribou & more @ Warm Up (pics)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

After a wild hip hop-focused lineup the previous week, Saturday’s (8/20) Warm Up at MoMA PS1 veered more towards the experimental, with sets from Daphni, John Maus, Delia Gonzalez, Moor Mother, Geng, and DJ Haram.

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