1.23 Sean Kiely at 9:30pm ET
Jan
23
9:30 PM21:30

1.23 Sean Kiely at 9:30pm ET

No Depression writes that Sean Kiely’s 2015 album Your Logo, My Logo “is one of those sublime and unassuming efforts that sneaks up on you until you find it won’t let go." 

Sean Kiely is a Jersey City-based singer-songwriter and guitarist. His songs contemplate the world with a sensitive eye, a unique and plaintive voice, and intricate acoustic arrangements that defy both current trend and traditional categorization.

His live show features a rotating group of some of New York and New Jersey’s finest musicians, including Dave Heilman (Sondre Lerche, Regina Spektor), Jonny Lam (Sinkane, Atomic Bomb Band), Zac Colwell (Fancy Colors, Big Data, CHAPPO), and longtime collaborator Bobby McCullough on upright bass.

NJ.com writes that Your Logo, My Logo is a “grand, acoustic, folk-rock journey through America's recent adventures in the realms of "money, entertainment, news, sports, tribalism, failure, success, love, death and distraction.'" 

2017 brought a new split 7" with the acclaimed singer Jeff Taylor. An EP of brand new music "It Sure Was Good!" is expected early 2018. 

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1.23 The Morning Sea 10:30pm ET
Jan
23
10:30 PM22:30

1.23 The Morning Sea 10:30pm ET

THE MORNING SEA describes its sound as Gotham Americana - a combination of folk, rock and blues with stylized New York City grit. 

The band formed in 2013 by staple underground musicians from the iconic Lower East Side and the effervescent cultural melting pot of Brooklyn. Their vivacious live shows capture the hearts of fans from all walks of life and musical leanings. Infectious melodies and danceable beats creep into your brain as you wake up in the morning from a night of revelry; frontman Adam Cohen’s poignant and piercingly relatable lyrics follow you out your front door as you embark on your morning commute - an authentic soundtrack to the city that never sleeps.

Their latest record, "Half Keys", will be out in 2018.

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1.24 The Middle Coast at 8:30pm ET
Jan
24
8:30 PM20:30

1.24 The Middle Coast at 8:30pm ET

There’s something to be said for a band that can simultaneously elicit a sense of nostalgia and new discovery; that perfectly balances an appreciation of the past with a youthful enthusiasm and mainstream ambitions.

Meet The Middle Coast, the Manitoba trio whose self-described ‘70s-style yacht rock will be the new soundtrack to your dockside daydreams and breezy evening drives. Drawing on influences ranging from The Guess Who to The Eagles to Hall & Oates with tinges of Motown soul and Nashville twang, members Liam Duncan, Dylan MacDonald, and Roman Clarke have cemented their signature sound and attracted some impressive industry attention with their debut album, The Making Of: The Middle Coast. The album come on the heels of their heralded live show - born of hundreds of sets and thousands of hours logged in the van in just a few short years. 

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1.19 Suzanne Slair at 7:00pm ET
Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

1.19 Suzanne Slair at 7:00pm ET

Singing and songwriting professionally since the age of 6 in her hometown of Calgary, Canada, Suzanne recorded and performed in hundreds of folk festivals and concerts at a very early age with international folk artist, Paulo (Paul Finkleman).

She also performed in the Opening Ceremonies for the Winter Olympics as a child, and studied music at the Royal Conservatory of Canada. 

Suzanne was accepted to attend a conservatory program in NYC at the age of 18, where she studied voice under the Metropolitan Opera's mezzo-soprano, Ariel Bybee, and studied dance under Bob Fosse's proteges at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She composed and recorded musical scores and dance numbers for off-Broadway shows.

However, she quickly expanded her musical roots in the NYC's Lower East Side live music scene.

Fronting rock bands, singing and playing guitar, headlining at CBGB's, Don Hill's, The Spiral, Acme Underground and other revolutionary clubs, were Suzanne's rites of passage, as they were for all New York rockers at that time.

When CBGB's closed down in 2006, it marked the end of an era in NYC. That year also marked Suzanne's move to Austin TX, where she developed a deeper connection to her songwriting. 

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1.18 The Brother Brothers at 8:30pm ET
Jan
18
8:30 PM20:30

1.18 The Brother Brothers at 8:30pm ET

Their sound is striking and undeniably captivating. Often leaning towards the darker, moody elements of Appalachian folk, and bluegrass traditions, their songs are laden with near perfect sibling harmonies or unison singing, compelling writing, and imaginative arrangements. They tour as an acoustic duo: David on cello and guitar, and Adam on the 5-string fiddle. With individual storied music careers under their belts, the brothers have finally teamed up to bring their experiences together.

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1.17 Nalani & Sarina at 8:30pm ET
Jan
17
8:30 PM20:30

1.17 Nalani & Sarina at 8:30pm ET

Nalani & Sarina, identical twin sisters from New Jersey, have developed a distinctive and infectious blend of soul-rock and modern pop that is sure to keep their faces in the spotlight for years to come. Their smart, kinetic live show, as a duo or with their band, has made the sisters favorites on the Northeastern club circuit. From their forthcoming album through Telepathy Records/Kobalt Music, Billboard.com featured their debut single "Young & Inexperienced" saying that "like other great songwriters, Nalani and Sarina are channeling the emotions of their era." Legendary rock critic and SiriusXM radio host Dave Marsh called their material "a splendid melding of 'classic' and contemporary styles" and “some of the best music being made today." Fans, critics and taste-makers have echoed his high praise.

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1.16 Big Words at 10:30pm ET
Jan
16
10:30 PM22:30

1.16 Big Words at 10:30pm ET

Big Words sounds like a funk band in a fever dream. Bassist Josh Myers is known for straddling the borders of jazz, rock and soul, particularly by supplying his steady low-end to Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds. Branching out from that in his own endeavor, he applies his harmonic compositions and sonic wanderlust to this instrumental band where the musical possibilities are endless. As per Aural Wes, “Big Words performances are fiery and funky, and the music doesn't let up until the room is sweating.”

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1.13 The Rad Trads at 11:59pm ET
Jan
13
to Jan 14

1.13 The Rad Trads at 11:59pm ET

 
 

When The Rad Trads formed in the Spring of 2012, they were meeting each other in New York City's East Village for the first time… transplants from Chicago, Portland, and Washington D.C. looking to play with the best musicians they could find. Their horns, guitars, drums and love for the classics like The Band and Allen Toussaint brought them together. And of course, beer. 

They started playing in every bar and beer hall that would have them, and started to dominate New York City and Brooklyn with their punk-rock energy and showmanship, prompting them to take the show on the road. 

5 years later, the Rad Trads have played on 4 Continents, headlining tours and opening for acts such as Lake Street Dive, Tom Jones, Charles Bradley, Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, The Lone Bellow, Margaret Glaspy and Con Brio. They have toured Europe seven times, and played in 15 countries and 32 U.S. States. 

Following the release of their first full length album (Must We Call Them Rad Trads - Dala Records) in May 2016, the band is slated to release their second LP of original in the Spring of 2018.

Members of The Rad Trads have performed or recorded with St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Deer Tick, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Jon Batiste & Stay Human, Sarah Jarosz, Christopher Paul Stelling, David Duchovny, Lenny Pickett, Red Baraat, Huntertones, and The Brother Brothers as well as leading their own bands.

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1.13 Huntertones at 11:00pm ET
Jan
13
to Jan 14

1.13 Huntertones at 11:00pm ET

Huntertones brings people together around the globe with fun, imaginative and fearless music. Their high energy, horn-driven sound fuses inspired improvisation and adventurous composition melding jazz, funk, rock, and soul. Adding depth and contrast to their live set, Huntertones shift from a dynamic six-piece ensemble to a trio featuring saxophone, sousaphone, and beat-boxing, keeping their listeners’ eyes and ears open at every turn.

Huntertones formed in Columbus, Ohio at The Ohio State University and hosted their first shows at a house on Hunter Avenue. They have since relocated to New York City, released two albums, and toured North and South America, Europe and Africa -- experiences which have pushed the band to expand even further, stylistically. What started as a group of classmates finding a voice has developed into a highly collaborative group of musicians traveling, sharing, and growing together.

Individually, members of Huntertones have compiled a diverse resume of collaborations with top artists in pop, jazz, soul, and musical theater. This includes work with Jon Batiste and Stay Human, O.A.R., Snarky Puppy, Stevie Wonder, Andy Grammer, Ed Sheeran, Allen Stone, Gary Clark Jr., Phillip Phillips, Ricky Martin, Umphrey’s McGee, Red Baraat, and more.

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1.10 Hey Monea at 8pm ET
Jan
10
8:00 PM20:00

1.10 Hey Monea at 8pm ET

For brothers Dan and Nate Monea, their time is meant to be spent doing what they love – writing, recording and performing music. “Even though Nate was just 13 and I was 16 when we played our first show, I knew music would be our life”, says Dan. That passion was affirmed in 2012, when this childhood trio from Cleveland, Ohio were selected to open for Bruce Springsteen to perform in front of 60,000 fans during Hard Rock Calling’s summer music festival in London’s Hyde Park. The band secured this opportunity by winning Hard Rock’s worldwide battle of the bands, besting over 12,000 other bands from around the world.

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1.10 The Speedbumps at 7pm ET
Jan
10
7:00 PM19:00

1.10 The Speedbumps at 7pm ET

The Speedbumps are an award-winning American band with a warm, authentic sound, built on a passion for hollow-bodied instruments, indie-folk and indie-rock influences, and singer-songwriter Erik Urycki’s breathy, commanding vocals and canny phrasing.

The band’s roots lie deep in the Rustbelt, where quiet strength and limited embellishment define the culture. The working class towns around Akron, the former rubber capital, from which artists like The Black Keys, Jessica Lea Mayfield, and Joseph Arthur have emerged, have provided the band with an aesthetic that seeks to tease out beauty from the gritty details of everyday life.

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12.30 Added Color at 9:15pm ET
Dec
30
9:15 PM21:15

12.30 Added Color at 9:15pm ET

ADDED COLOR is a Brazilian/American rock band formed in Brooklyn, NY, comprised of Brazilian brothers Dan and Kiko Freiberg, Tim Haggerty, and Danny Dahan. Since meeting in 2014, the group has played around 200 shows in over 20 states in the USA, and toured internationally in Canada, Morocco, and Brazil. They have played major festivals in Brazil such as Porão do Rock, which has featured Muse, Eagles of Death Metal, amongst others, and are currently working on finalizing a tour through the USA, Europe, Morocco, and Brazil in 2018. While they have only been called Added Color since May, 2017, the band’s previous project under the same formation received critical acclaim from significant press outlets such as PureVolume, Red Bull Music, The Huffington Post, AOL Noisecreep, and The Village Voice, with The Monsters of Rock Festival officially nominating them as one of the top five upcoming Brazilian rock bands.

Added Color made their debut on May 9, 2017 releasing their 5-song EP entitled “Psycho”. The EP received the backing of an international tour, beginning in Morocco and was followed by a 6-week US Tour. Pancakes and Whiskey debuted the title single off the “Psycho” EP by stating “If you’re ready to hear the best rock track of the year, thus far, then you’ve come to the right place.”  

Whether they’re playing big stages in Brazilian festivals or more intimate venues, Added Color always brings a high energy performance to the audience. Their message: be yourself no matter what, respect others for who they are, and don’t play into people’s expectations of who you should be

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12.6 Takuya Kuroda at 8:30pm ET
Dec
6
8:30 PM20:30

12.6 Takuya Kuroda at 8:30pm ET

Whether moving from Japan to the U.S. or navigating between the influences of jazz, soul, hip-hop, Afrobeat and electronica, trumpeter/composer Takuya Kuroda has never followed a straight path. On his fifth studio album and Concord Records debut, the aptly named Zigzagger, Kuroda darts between those wide-ranging interests with a funky swagger and an intensely swinging vigor. The deeply infectious album, due out October 7, 2016, finds the trumpeter snaking his way around the opposing poles of acoustic and electric, bristling grooves and blissed-out vibes, punchy brass and fluid synths, carving his own distinctive sonic path along the way.

“Life is sometimes not that easy, sometimes not so difficult, and it should never go straight,” Kuroda says. “It’s always zigzagging. So I put my soul and spirit into that word.”

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12.2 Roots of a Rebellion at 11:00pm ET
Dec
2
to Dec 3

12.2 Roots of a Rebellion at 11:00pm ET

Roots of A Rebellion are a jam band from Nashville, TN playing heavy Reggae-Rock-Dub music for the soul. The band is known for their dynamic live shows showing their progressive sound and energy. Roots of a Rebellion was voted Best Local Band in Nashville Scene's 2015 Best of Nashville Reader's Poll.

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12.1 Patterson Hood at 7:00pm ET
Dec
1
7:00 PM19:00

12.1 Patterson Hood at 7:00pm ET

Back in January 2011, worn out from having spent a year on tour and facing a new album’s release and another year spent mostly on a bus, away from the comforts of home and family, I decided to try to write a book. I had made a couple of stabs in that direction before (as well as a couple of screenplays) but had so far failed to complete one. The thing is, I love to write on the road. I write most every day out there. It’s usually not songs, as completing a song amid all of the noise, distractions and music blasting on the bus is very difficult (I do often start songs there that get finished later) but writing non-musical compositions comes pretty easy for me out here and it sure passes the time. Beside, I had an idea for a story I wanted to write and it started coming very easily. By our third month on the road I already had a pretty firm outline of what I wanted and several chapters that I felt really good about.

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11.19 Wild Adriatic 7:00pm ET
Nov
19
7:00 PM19:00

11.19 Wild Adriatic 7:00pm ET

Rooted in the rowdy spirit of rock & roll, Wild Adriatic has built an international audience on a combination of groove, grit, and guitar-heavy swagger. With the power trio's newest album, Feel, bandmates Travis Gray, Rich Derbyshire, and Mateo Vosganian update the sound of their influences -- from Seventies rock to Motown to soul -- for a contemporary audience, taking influence from the past but never losing sight of the present. They aren't revivalists; they're modern men, carrying the torch of melodic, riff-ready, high-energy rock into new territory.

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11.17 FutureType 9:00pm ET
Nov
17
9:00 PM21:00

11.17 FutureType 9:00pm ET

FutureType is the brainchild of producer Miles Felix, singer Chris Bruffee, and rapper DJC. Stumbling across a buried cadre of beats produced by Miles years ago, the longtime friends from Montpelier, VT, and Brooklyn were inspired to bring the music to life. Assembling a crew of talented NYC-based musicians, they sought to bridge the gap between dance-inducing DJ-Electronica and animated full band performances. Now, FutureType's potent sound comes from driving beats laid down by live drums; sharp horn lines; funktastic guitar; soulful vocals; and crisp rapping. Notable gigs include Mercury Lounge, Brooklyn Bowl, DROM, Brooklyn Bazaar, Friends and Lovers, and the legendary underground institution Rubulad.

Members of FutureType have played with, opened for, and recorded with such artists as Snoop Dogg, Talib Kweli, Method Man, Drake, Juvenile, Lil Wayne Melanie Fiona, Common, GURU's Jazzamataz, Femi Kuti, Capital Cities, Lee Scratch Perry, Stephen Marley, Medeski Martin and Wood, Antibalas, and more.

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11.16 Cyber Attack at 11:15pm ET
Nov
16
to Nov 17

11.16 Cyber Attack at 11:15pm ET

Cyberattack is a brand-new NYC-based band that combines holographic pop music and intense synth-jazz meltdowns. Its members are Ivan Anderson (voice + guitar), Jeff Manian (keyboards + voice), Jay Goodman (bass), and Rodney Flood (drums + voice). Influences include Six Flags, airplane mode, and jump rope. For more information, visit www.cyberattack.world

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11.14 Aaron David Gleason 7:00pm ET
Nov
14
7:00 PM19:00

11.14 Aaron David Gleason 7:00pm ET

Singer-songwriter Aaron David Gleason isn’t afraid to think outside of the box. His approach to creating his music is nothing less than inspired -- years in the making, his new album, Wry Observer, finally expresses exactly the things he’s needed to say. The 10-track collection will release on October 27.

Wry Observer was recorded over four days at Nashville’s Sputnik Sound with producer Brad Lindsay. Filled with mystery and humor, the album offers insight on what Aaron has learned about life in the past 15 years – after overcoming several obstacles both personally and professionally, he’s arrived at a place where his songs tell his stories the way he wants them to be told, with his unique wit weaved in.

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11.11 Imunuri at 10:00pm ET
Nov
11
10:00 PM22:00

11.11 Imunuri at 10:00pm ET

IMUNURI is a collection of musicians based in Brooklyn, NY and Bloomington, IN. They began as strangers, each desperate for a new music project, who found each other on Craigslist – as desperate people are wont to do. But they soon became close friends and have now been making music together for over two and a half years, even despite job relocations! They call their music “eclectic rock” because it’s a smorgasbord of different genres from rock, to funk, to reggae, with a smattering of social angst. They released their debut EP – Euphoric State – in March of 2016, and they are preparing to release their first full-length album – Elephant Shaped Trees – in early 2018.  For more info on the band, visit imunuri.com.

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11.11 Hugh Masterson at 8:00pm ET
Nov
11
8:00 PM20:00

11.11 Hugh Masterson at 8:00pm ET

Lost + Found is an apt title for Hugh Masterson’s first solo effort, set for a June 2, 2017 release on Rock Ridge Music.  The six songs cover a heartfelt journey through surviving loss and life changes while gaining self-awareness through experience. His self-deprecating way of viewing himself is endearing, and his songs are deeply personal. “I use songwriting as therapy,” he says. “I think other people will relate to these songs. Finding happiness daily is not an easy thing.”

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11.10 Radnor & Lee at 10:00pm ET
Nov
10
10:00 PM22:00

11.10 Radnor & Lee at 10:00pm ET

Friends for over a decade actor/director Josh Radnor (How I Met Your Mother, Mercy Street, Liberal Arts) and indie-troubadour Ben Lee have formed a new indie-pop duo by the name of Radnor & Lee. 

Combining their shared interest in spirituality and philosophy, the two sat down to write a song together, which subsequently turned into ten, and their musical partnership was born. 

Their debut single “Be Like The Being” is a dynamically uplifting, spiritual folk-pop tune that instills the feeling of pure joy in the listener’s core via the infectious melody, sweet violin, heavenly harmonies, and foot-stomping chorus. It's enlightening, charming and perfectly delightful. 

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11.9 Lolita at 11:00pm ET
Nov
9
to Nov 10

11.9 Lolita at 11:00pm ET

Born out of the folk-infested foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Charlottesville Virginia, Lolita is a Hard Rock band that defies the limits of genre with their powerful hooks and soulful melodies. It might surprise you how polished Lolita sounds for having such a new and unique style, but the truth is that this band is a living testament to the importance of long-term collaboration and group cohesion.

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11.3 Shane Smith & The Saints at 8:00pm ET
Nov
3
8:00 PM20:00

11.3 Shane Smith & The Saints at 8:00pm ET

Play just the first 10 seconds of “The Mountain,” which opens Geronimo, the latest and most ambitious release from Shane Smith & The Saints. Robust a cappella, four-part harmonies set the stage for a saga of family tragedy, a young son’s revenge and a blaze burning eternally in a Pennsylvania mine. The vivid lyrics, powerful vocals and thumping four-beat drums throughout this song are reason enough for lovers of creative roots music to celebrate.

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10.28 Umphrey's McGee 8:00pm CST
Oct
28
9:00 PM21:00

10.28 Umphrey's McGee 8:00pm CST

After 19-plus years of performing more than 100 concerts annually, releasing nine studio albums and selling more than 4.2+ million tracks online, Umphrey’s McGee might be forgiven if they chose to rest on their laurels. But then that wouldn’t be consistent with the work ethic demonstrated by the band, which consistently attempts to raise the bar, setting and achieving new goals since forming on the Notre Dame campus in South Bend, Indiana, in 1997. After releasing their eighth studio album, Similar Skin, the first for their own indie label, Nothing Too Fancy (N2F) Music (distributed by RED), the group continues to push the envelope and test the limits. Their latest studio album, The London Session, was a dream come true for the members having been recorded at the legendary Studio Two at historic Abbey Road. The stealth recording session yielded 10 tracks in a single day, proving once again, the prolific UM waits for no one.

As a follow up to The London Session, the envelope pushing continues with the November 11th release of ZONKEY. Umphrey’s McGee has been arranging and performing original mashups live for over eight years. It was only a matter of when, not if, some of those innovative concoctions would find their way into a studio. An album of 12 unique mashups, conceived and arranged by the band, ZONKEY is as seamless as it bizarre, playful as it is razor sharp. Bits and pieces of classic songs are culled from 40-plus years of popular music from 70s Reggae to 80s Pop to 90s Metal and everywhere in between. From Radiohead mashed with Beck, The Weeknd with Fleetwood Mac, Talking Heads with Bob Marley, Metallica with Gorillaz . . . nothing is off limits.

The original Umphrey’s McGee played a mix of originals and cover songs, waiting just eight months to release their debut album, the cheekily titled Greatest Hits Volume III. Their initial “proper” recording, Local Band Does OK, came out in 2002, followed shortly afterward by an appearance at the first-ever Bonnaroo in Tennessee, selling more albums than any other band on the bill. The 2007 double album, Live at the Murat, earned a four-star review in Rolling Stone and a Jammy for Best Live Album.

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10. 27 Umphrey's McGee 8:00pm CST
Oct
27
9:00 PM21:00

10. 27 Umphrey's McGee 8:00pm CST

After 19-plus years of performing more than 100 concerts annually, releasing nine studio albums and selling more than 4.2+ million tracks online, Umphrey’s McGee might be forgiven if they chose to rest on their laurels. But then that wouldn’t be consistent with the work ethic demonstrated by the band, which consistently attempts to raise the bar, setting and achieving new goals since forming on the Notre Dame campus in South Bend, Indiana, in 1997. After releasing their eighth studio album, Similar Skin, the first for their own indie label, Nothing Too Fancy (N2F) Music (distributed by RED), the group continues to push the envelope and test the limits. Their latest studio album, The London Session, was a dream come true for the members having been recorded at the legendary Studio Two at historic Abbey Road. The stealth recording session yielded 10 tracks in a single day, proving once again, the prolific UM waits for no one.

As a follow up to The London Session, the envelope pushing continues with the November 11th release of ZONKEY. Umphrey’s McGee has been arranging and performing original mashups live for over eight years. It was only a matter of when, not if, some of those innovative concoctions would find their way into a studio. An album of 12 unique mashups, conceived and arranged by the band, ZONKEY is as seamless as it bizarre, playful as it is razor sharp. Bits and pieces of classic songs are culled from 40-plus years of popular music from 70s Reggae to 80s Pop to 90s Metal and everywhere in between. From Radiohead mashed with Beck, The Weeknd with Fleetwood Mac, Talking Heads with Bob Marley, Metallica with Gorillaz . . . nothing is off limits.

The original Umphrey’s McGee played a mix of originals and cover songs, waiting just eight months to release their debut album, the cheekily titled Greatest Hits Volume III. Their initial “proper” recording, Local Band Does OK, came out in 2002, followed shortly afterward by an appearance at the first-ever Bonnaroo in Tennessee, selling more albums than any other band on the bill. The 2007 double album, Live at the Murat, earned a four-star review in Rolling Stone and a Jammy for Best Live Album.

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10.25 Ian Kieffer 9:00pm ET
Oct
25
9:00 PM21:00

10.25 Ian Kieffer 9:00pm ET

Ian Kieffer is a singer/songwriter from Los Angeles, California. He grew up with a keen sensitivity to story telling and music and naturally began writing songs around age 10. His infectious melodies and whimsical, yet heartfelt, lyrics stay with you long after you've heard the music and keep you coming back for more.

Currently living in New York, Ian is working on his debut album due out in summer 2017. 

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10.21 Luke Buck 8:00pm ET
Oct
21
8:00 PM20:00

10.21 Luke Buck 8:00pm ET

Luke Buck is a multi-instrumental singer/songwriter from the 'sticks' in northeastern Pennsylvania. His music is heavily influenced by 90s Alternative rock, primarily Counting Crows, Radiohead, and Weezer, with deep Blues and Classic Rock roots. Armed with catchy hooks and earworm melodies, his first EP DARK MATTERwas a raw emotional journey of coping with a long-term break-up in today’s age of social media and instant gratification. Following that release, his band, Luke Buck and the Stops Here, recorded a live EP/video series called Live to Tape at Degraw Sound: the DARK MATTER Session. Luke's second studio EP All These Things, is available pre-sale on October 13th, 2017 and released worldwide on October 20th, 2017. 

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10.20 Denny Love 9:45pm ET
Oct
20
9:45 PM21:45

10.20 Denny Love 9:45pm ET

Manhattan-based Denny Love is a pop, R&B/soul singer and songwriter originally from Central New York. His style is often compared to the likes of his main influence, Prince as well as James Brown, Stevie Wonder and Janet Jackson. Denny has studied the piano since age 3, and voice since the age of 7. Coming from a hard-working Italian-American family, his drive and essence are evident in his sweat-filled, dance-filled, heart-pounding non-stop high energy showmanship in his performances with a 10-piece funk-infused band.

Upon graduating from Syracuse University with a degree in music, he embarked on his songwriting journey. Writing for his own projects as well as other artists in the industry, he has written songs pitched to many pop artists, R&B artists, and collaborated with hip hop artists as well. Recently Denny co-wrote the song “What If” by artist Adam Friedman, with Friedman, Robopop and Emily Katter. The song was featured and performed on The Bachelor in 2017 and was also performed on the Today Show. He has received many accolades for his performances nationally and continues to work in both NYC and Los Angeles. Denny is working on an upcoming EP Called “At The End of the Day” with production by DJ Mode. He is also working on a mixtape featuring songwriting and production by himself, Lil Bird and Miles Felix. 

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10.13 Marah in the Mainsail 12am ET
Oct
13
to Oct 14

10.13 Marah in the Mainsail 12am ET

Cinematic is the word most often used to describe Minneapolis based Marah in the Mainsail's sound. Precise yet primitive jungle drums set the stage for the eclectic and powerful ensemble to sweep you away into their haunting world. Like oil and water, Durry's gravel voice alongside Mercedes's crystal clarity form a stirring, yet beautiful contrast. All being thrust forward by aggressive percussion, growling bass, and soaring brass. Their lyrics paint a thrilling picture of monsters and ghosts, murderers and thieves, love and guilt, and everything in between.

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10.13 Phil Pickens 8pm ET
Oct
13
8:00 PM20:00

10.13 Phil Pickens 8pm ET

On the heels of NPR’s tiny desk contest, Bob Boilen (NPR) and Rita Houston (WFUV) invited Phil Pickens and his band the Astronauts to play the legendary Hit Factory in the heart of NYC. NPR Music recalls his sound as “big-hearted” and “rootsy”.

There’s a push-pull in everything Phil Pickens says and doesn’t say, in what he sings and doesn’t sing. “The words I do not say speak louder than I want them to,” he sings in “Fool’s Gold.” Born and raised in Georgia, his crooked smile and royal blue eyes perfectly embody the double edge of kindness and menace in southern hospitality. Pickens has a bracing, expressive voice and a style that blends folk sensibilities and contemporary indie rock

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