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National Sawdust is highlighting three up-and-coming local acts for the 28th, Deli sponsored installment of “THE REVOLUTION”. For the month of June, artists from jazz and hip-hop to rock n’ roll are being presented on the venue's stage for their contribution to local...

Jun 20, 2018

Spanning 22 tracks, Palberta’s Roach Goin’ Down, released on June 15, is a practice in invention and freedom. Ideas are crumpled up, unfolded, cut apart, and pasted somewhere else. With...

Jun 19, 2018

Back for its third run, In Plain Sight NYC and Korg are teaming up to bring a day of hip hop and DJs back to the streets of Brooklyn. 20 artists will be featured at The Block Party Vol. 3, in this full day of live performances on Wyckoff Street...

Jun 19, 2018

On first listen, the songs and sounds of Renata Zeiguer’s debut album Old Ghost are deceivingly simple. Indie rock influences clash with her delicate voice in interesting if not straightforward ways. Yet there’s an appealing aspect of Old Ghost that...

Jun 18, 2018

The title of Kahiem Rivera’s breakout release, Be Quiet, Pt. 1 EP, isn’t so much of a command of silence as it is the mode in which he conveys his thoughts. His voice, slightly nasal and assured, slithers in between of whisper and a confession. The production is hushed,...

Jun 18, 2018

In this new age of bedroom pop and DIY everything, Georgia's band Triathalon, who recently resettled in NYC, offers a sound all its own, blending elements as varied as soul, pop, jazz, and electro. Attempting to label their music proves challenging - and that's part of the plan, since they...

Jun 15, 2018