Events 2018-12-13T16:04:15+00:00

Upcoming Performances

Thursdays
7 pm

LA-based R&B Artist in Residence
 Adrian Jêan will perform
every Thursday at 7 pm
in the Bandsintown Studio
followed by local NYC Artists.
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Dec 20
8 pm

Loose Buttons is a four-piece of native New Yorkers whose new wave-meets-garage rock sound has been lauded by Billboard, VICE, Consequence of Sound, Nylon and more. The group released their breakthrough sophomore EP ‘Sundays’ in Feb 2017 & have since sold-out 350-capacity Rough Trade NYC in addition to regular shows at hometown venues like Elsewhere, Mercury Lounge, Knitting Factory, Alphaville and Berlin.
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Dec 15
8 pm

A farceur is a jokester and a fool. Farceurs are nothing different than a group of fools doing what they love not pretending to be anything they’re not. Farceurs are a four piece band based in New York city. Their sound is derived from the cultural upbringing of various Latin American countries, it is derived from music they grew up listening to, and most importantly it is the music they want to hear.
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Dec 13
8 pm

HOAX is an indie pop-rock band from Queens, New York. It is the brain-child of singer Michael Raj and bassist Frantz Cesar, who create the sonics and concepts behind their self-described style of “empathy pop” music. Their modern vintage musical sound draws from a wide range of influences like 60’s surf pop, 70’s Motown, and alternative R&B.
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Past Performances

Dec 8
7 pm

Glenn Mercer (The Feelies) & Richard Barone (The Bongos) unite to perform a set of Velvet Underground songs, followed by a second set of related covers including solo tracks from Reed, Cale, Nico, and “next generation” legacy artists, as well as songs from their own Bongos & Feelies catalogues.
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Nov 29
8 pm

Rebounder is the project of NYC native songwriter/vocalist & producer Dylan Chenfeld. Influenced by Arctic Monkeys & Joji, Rebounder released its debut track “Japanese Posters” earlier this year, receiving over 150,000 plays on Spotify and praise from Pigeons & Planes, Milk and DIY Mag.
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Nov 15
8 pm

Hailing from Brooklyn, Jonathan Something is the musical project of writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Jon Searles. He has achieved a definitive sound by combining styles of Alt-Rock with Baroque Pop, Folk, and Indie music.
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Nov 8
8 pm

Originally from Brussels, Petite League’s Lorenzo Gillis Cook moved to Syracuse where he lived on the same street that Lou Reed did in college.
Now a Brooklyn transplant, he creates music that blends the sweet, bubblegum qualities of bedroom pop and the snot nosed fuzz of garage rock.
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Nov 1
8 pm

Wailing Garage Rock Duo
‘Deaf Poets’, perform a high-octane,
hard-hitting set in the Bandsintown Studio.
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Oct 25
8 pm

NYC based rock band
The Britanys, who recently dropped their latest mixtape,
1-833-IDK-HTBA, and embarked on a tour across the UK.
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Oct 17
8 pm

Brooklyn born Blac Rabbit
fuse Pop, Soul and Funk!
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Oct 11
7 pm

Brooklyn-based psych-rock
Band Acid Dad,
perform following the release
of their debut album, ‘2ci’,
and ahead of their US tour.

Talks

October 10
5 pm

Exhibition designer matali crasset,
and curators Carole Mirabello & Christian Fevret.
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October 11
5 pm

An Intimate discussion with
The Velvet Underground
Co-Founder John Cale.
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October 16
6 pm

Curator archivist, Estate of
Fred W. Mc Darrah,
Timothy Mc Darrah.
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October 23
6 pm

A discussion with
acclaimed cinematographer
Anthony Jannelli.
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October 30
6 pm

Renowned avant-garde
Filmmaker, Poet, and Artist
Jonas Mekas.
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November 6
6 pm

Author and Music Critic
Anthony De Curtis.
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November 13
6 pm

‘Barbara Rubin, The Film-Makers’ Coop, and 1960s Underground Cinema’.
MM Serra will provide context for 1960s underground cinema and Barbara Rubin’s place in it and her desire to transform it into a “licentious world of film showings with freedom.” She was a pivotal force in shaping the film scene of the time. The discussion will be moderated by Chuck Smith.
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