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Raphael Saadiq: Vintage R&B

Raphael Saadiq, whom you may have caught in the band Tony! Toni! Toné or The Ummah, or alone on his releases Ask Of You, Instant Vintage or Ray Ray, is dropping by Webster Hall on May 10 to get the crowd hoppi...
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Imagination Movers: Moving On Up

Been charged with babysitting or just feeling a little whimsical? Now you can learn something and put a smile on your face at the same time when Imagination Movers comes to Best Buy Theater on May 6, 7, and 8. ...
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Nat Baldwin: Back To Civilization

Nat Baldwin, the double bassist/singer-songwriter who learned at the feet of Anthony Braxton, releasing Lights Out, Enter The Winter and Most Valuable Player, has streamlined things for sounds on his newest, P...
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The Black Ryder: A Wild Ride

When you’re footing the bill for the whole recording process, you’ve got to have a passion for the sound you’re creating, a dedication, and the need for others to understand your message. Scott Van Ryper and Ai...

The Strokes: Angles

Hello, The Strokes. Long time, no see. The band’s fourth and latest album, Angles kicks off with the song “Machu Pichu,” which features kind of choppy, tropical guitar and keyboard effects that seem dug ...

Runner Runner: Runner Runner

“Here we come, we don’t care if you’re ready or not.” So warns Runner Runner on their self-titled debut, daring you to try to halt their floor shaking beat on the second song, “Unstoppable.” Most of th...
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Local H: Local, Not Long Distance

Local H is dropping by Knitting Factory on April 20, Mercury Lounge on April 21, and Brighton Bar in Long Branch on April 23 to cultivate some nostalgia with songs from albums from their tenure at Island Record...