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New Year’s Eve Weekend in NYC: a guide to shows, parties & more ways to ring in 2018

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

A guide to the many, many mostly musical happenings around NYC during this New Year’s Eve weekend.

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Pill celebrating new LP this week w/ Pop 1280 & more, touring with Parquet Courts & Guerilla Toss (dates)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The skronky Brooklyn band will play a release show this week with Future Punx, Pop 1280 & more, and then the three-day Summer’s End Music Festival at Aviv in September.

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Fives: Mixes of the Week, January 30th

Source: All Things Go

Boldly going with five explorers of the sonic realm.

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Chiptune-fusion artist Maxo opens for Anamanaguchi at Baby’s All Right on 12.12

Source: Deli Magazine NY

Chiptune – i.e. music generated using hacked, primitive musical circuits of old videogames – has been gaining momentum in NYC since the mid aughts, when US pioneers Anamanaguchi hit the scene with their Nintendo-enriched indie rock. That band – whose sound has now developed in purely electronic directions – has evidently inspired a bunch of talented newcomers, and Brooklyn based programmer Maxo is one of the most prominent and productive of them. The man is obviously a volcano of creativity: he has two bandcamp profiles, one for his Super Nintendo based creations, featuring dozens of digital releases since 2011, ...

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Maxo – Honeybell

Source: All Things Go

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Maxo, a Brooklyn producer whose deep Bandcamp trough spans “VGM / EDM / FUSION / MISC” over two accounts, dropped “Honeywell” (or more accurately “☆ – H o n e y b e l l – ☆” — dude is really #outchea in these kawaii streets) the other day, and if it’s not part of his “Level Music” series it’s because it’s truly next level. From the first synth wash up into a sound clip of someone — a professor, probably, or a scientist who skews mad — solemnly intoning “Impossible!,” the track is ...

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