We are heading to Philadelphia in June to perform in the Monthly Fund series, a roaming, salon-style event series curated by Jeremy Prouty. Each month, a collaborative event is held somewhere in Philadelphia to raise funds and awareness for an organization doing good/necessary work. The June 2018 installment of The Monthly Fund will support The Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project. The event will feature performances by:
Maryan Nagy Captan
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An evening of music at The Bowery Electric's Map Room featuring solo sets by Edenspore (Philly) and Laura Fisher (New Orleans), followed by a full band set by GADADU (Brooklyn).
$5 suggested donation // 21+
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Edenspore is a multifaceted business and solo project to hold the works of Robyn Mello: Earth Worship. Music. Permaculture Design. Classes and Workshops. Herbal Products. Visual Art. Deep Dreaming. The power of Mello's entrancing voice and vocal range draws people in, and her lyrical skills hold them for the duration of a performance. Her songs stir people with dreamy music and usher them through their days with calls to action to listen deeply to the earth and each other.
Laura Fisher is a classically trained and contemporary minded pianist, keyboardist, vocalist, composer, poet, and multi-media collaborator residing in New Orleans. Her current projects include Tranche (Bubble Bath Records), a dreamscape grunge band; Matron, an indie math rock band; Phantosmia, an ambient-electronic solo recording endeavour/live improv collective; and Dance Theatre Surreality (DTS), a nonprofit and feminist Parisian-American creative company for which she serves as resident composer. Fisher has also begun performing solo works for piano and voice again after a long hiatus – simply under her name – joined by an electronic dream pop backing band when in New Orleans.
GADADU plays adventurous, groove-based music with elements of soul, jazz and pop. The band's unusual instrumentation results in a wildly colorful improvisational framework swept together by lead singer Hannah Selin, whose haunting vocals are often doubled by viola or vocoder. GADADU released their debut album And I See Night in February 2015, followed by animated video-single "Bay Songs" in November 2016. Their second album is scheduled for release in late spring 2018.
Join us to celebrate the release of BAY SONGS, our new music video/single! This concert will benefit Launch Progress Political Action Committee, an organization committed to electing progressive and young political candidates from diverse backgrounds with a focus on local elections and grassroots organizing. Part of the 2017 Composers Now Festival.
This concert marks the culmination of a month-long collaboration between the Queens College New Music Group and GADADU, Ensemble-In-Residence at the Aaron Copland School of Music for the fall of 2016. GADADU will premiere new student works alongside two new GADADU originals.
At Play - Hannah Selin
Tsukiyo No Hamabe - Yuta Tanaka
Molten Chocolate Lava Cake Encounter - Yair Shahak
Streetlight Nocturnes, I. Box Seats; II. Troll; III. Diva - Michael Donovan
Our Love - Gregory Antonelli
do you know what it means to gadadu - Katie Bishop
Prove to You - Nicki Adams
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Doors at 8, $8 cover. RSVP on Facebook!
10:30 - Mister Lies
9:30 - GADADU
8:30 - ellen o
Doors at 7:30
8:00 Milan to Minsk
9:00 all boy/all girl
Join us for an evening of super-unique sounds at The Living Room in Brooklyn! We are so excited to play with ensemble, et al. and the magical Balún.
10:00 - ensemble, et al.
The resonant, tonal palette of chimes, bells, and percussive ringing instruments effectively drum across the tight wire between post-punk textures, airport spaces, and the endless grass fields of the mind.
11:00 - Balún
Brought together by their love of experimental films, unusual musical instruments, electronic music, and a shared pop sensibility, Balún was formed in San Juan, Puerto Rico by José Olivares and Angélica Negrón. Currently Based in Brooklyn the dream-pop group now also includes Noraliz Ruíz and Raul Reymundi. The band is currently working on their next full length which was funded thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign.
11:45 - GADADU
Originally formed as a duo in 2013, GADADU has grown into a collaboration between five NY-based musicians committed to bringing new music to life. With a kaleidoscopic sense of time and texture, GADADU weaves driving rhythms, dynamic shifts and unorthodox song forms into a unique and mesmerizing sound.
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Amazing lineup at Manhattan's illustrious (le) poisson rouge. Don't miss this one!
6pm doors // 6:30pm show // 18+
$12 advance // $15 day of show
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GADADU joins touring saxophonist Adam Hirsch and NY-based trumpeter Joe Moffett for a triple bill at the Manhattan Inn.
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