Ladies Take The Stage: Femme Fatale

Thanks to CUT artisan.hair.design., we will get a chance to experience a very exclusive showcase of brilliant women in Flemington, NJ. Agenda includes Nalani and Sarina, Brianna Nelson, among other singer-songwriters to catalogue Ladies Take The Stage. Explore the Stangl Factory as these artists take over the stage. Don’t …

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Mappa Mundi: Wave Runner

Not to be confused with a Medieval navigational map (but just as interesting), Mappa Mundi are playing a show at The Living Room in Brooklyn. The nine-piece band just released their sophomore EP installment, At Sea. And With five years since And In This Way We Come Unmoored, the …

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The Chieftains: Leaders Of The Tribe

For more than five decades, The Chieftains have traveled around the world spreading melodic, traditional Irish music. While collaborating with various musicians and orchestras, they have won the hearts of different music lovers. Originating from Dublin, they are making their way to the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, NJ. …

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Me Like Bees: Winter, Etc.

Missouri-made indie/alt formation Me Like Bees will be coming to The Marlin Room At Webster Hall as part of their first acoustic tour with Never Shout Never. Part of the Mid Winter’s Nights Dream Acoustik Tour, the four bandmates will be performing songs from The Ides, their debut album …

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Tibet House US Benefit Concert: How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall?

Tibet House US is an educational institution and embassy brought into fruition by the current Dalai Lama, and every year, New York City hosts a benefit concert for it. This year sees Carnegie Hall as the venue, and features a smorgasbord of notable artists, including The Flaming Lips, Laurie Anderson, …

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The Bright Light Social Hour: The World In Infinite Cities

Psychedelic quartet The Bright Light Social Hour will be playing two shows at Mercury Lounge just in time for the release of their new album, Space Is Still The Place. Since their 2011 SXSW debut, they have received an abundance of love and recognition. In return, they’re giving back by …

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Milo Greene: Control The Beat

Self-described cinematic pop outfit Milo Greene are touring in celebration of their newest album, CONTROL, which was released in January of this year. CONTROL takes a more pop-based percussive turn, and the band recruited R.E.M and Beck session drummer Joey Waronker to help record. The group shares vocal duties, …

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Springtime Carnivore & The Dodos: Upbeat Low Key Titans

Springtime Carnivore can easily described as a six-piece happy man’s Lana Del Rey, playing chipper dream tunes with loads of sonic texture. The Dodos are a folk-influenced indie duo, incorporating a wide array of unique sounds into their music. The two powerhouses have been touring the U.S. all throughout the …

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The British Invasion 50th Anniversary Tour: 50 Years In The Making

In an ode to the start of a new musical era, several famous musicians, from Denny Laine to Terry Sylvester, are touring around America in The British Invasion 50th Anniversary Tour. Supported by a four-piece backing band and complete with videos and clips of rare performances, this tour will …

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Museum Of Love: Weird Science, Weird Music

Composed of former LCD Soundsystem drummer Pat Mahoney and Denis McNany, Museum Of Love are coming to New York City on Feb. 27, playing at Bowery Ballroom. This duo is part dancey, part ambient, and all eclectic, mixing minimalism with 8-bit synths to create a sonic landscape that …

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