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Valkyrie: Metal Mayhem

Well versed in classic metal riffs, Valkyrie mix great guitar work with somewhat gritty vocals to create their sound. Anything from Iron Maiden guitar harmonies to Richie Blackmore riffs are played as the singe...
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Cynic: Progressive Death Jazz Metal

Combining progressive metal with elements of death metal and jazz fusion, Cynic has a sound all its own. On their current tour the band hopes to draw listeners in with their hypnotic clean guitars before breaki...

Sting: Symphonicities

Sting has made a career fronting the Police and releasing solo albums that have explored all manner of musical terrain. Recorded with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphonicities is a reinterpretation of S...

The Cinnamon Band: All Dressed

John Harouff and Neil Campbell, known together as the Cinnamon Band, create a work of beauty on their debut EP, All Dressed. Concocting tracks that sound like Limbeck meets Iron & Wine with louder electric ...

Kele: The Boxer

Kele Okereke of Bloc Party fame has used the band’s hiatus to craft his solo debut. Brimming with electronica beats and flourishes, it shows him attempting to find a middle ground between the indie music he wri...
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Konbit Pou Ayiti: Bleeding Passion

Haitian culture will be celebrated in the Bruce Paltrow Field on 134th St. and Amsterdam with Konbit Pou Ayiti at Harlem Stage. Through pan–Caribbean music, spoken word, and dance performances—the Haitian cultu...
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Squeeze: We Love The ’80s

The band that once made you feel tempted by the fruit of another or something like that will return to offer black, possibly burnt, coffee in bed. Squeeze don’t care about making new fans, as it’ll just be anot...